Neil Lennon SPFL return alert as Celtic hero and former Hibs boss … – Scottish Daily Express

The two-time Hoops manager has revealed he would be interested in a Premiership job
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Neil Lennon has put Premiership clubs on alert that he is ready to be a boss in Scotland again.
The Celtic hero, who twice lead the Parkhead club in trophy-laden periods and also won the Championship as Hibs manager, insists if an ambitious club made him an enticing offer he would be up for the challenge.
Lennon is on the lookout for a fresh opportunity after a roller-coaster spell in Cyprus with Omonia Nicosia where he won the Cup and led them into the Europa League group phase but was fired last year for poor league form. It would be intriguing to see which clubs in the Top 12 would be of interest to the 51-year-old who has revealed he has already turned down some offers and feels he has much to offer.
He told he told Glasgow Live Sport on behalf of Football Odds "Scotland is my home. I wouldn't be averse to that. I've done Celtic twice and Hibs. Going to Cyprus was brilliant as it was so diverse and a nice fresh challenge. I really enjoyed that.
"Maybe Scotland if the right offer came along and it was a good project to get your teeth into. I wouldn't be averse to that at all. There are many, many good clubs in Scotland and Scottish football is a really good product as well."
"I have had some offers, but nothing that sort of tickles my fancy at the minute.
"I had a compensation package with Omonia that is sort of finished now so I am free to look elsewhere. I am doing some media work and have enjoyed Christmas and New Year so now I am ready to go again. I am going to start looking now and see if there is anything but it is a very difficult business.
"There are so many managers out there and so many good managers out of work so it is very competitive. You can't just go: 'Yeah I would love that job as if you are going to get it'.
"You've got to be patient but at 51 I am still very young and I look forward to the next challenge wherever that may be."
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