Neil Lennon knows exactly what should happen if the Ladbrokes Premiership was to end now.
The Celtic manager faced the media this afternoon just hours after the SFA confirmed the suspension of Scottish football.
That’s a result of the current battle against the spread of COVID-19, which has claimed over 5,000 lives worldwide.
The British government announced yesterday that the nation had entered the ‘delay phase’, opening up the possibility of a ban being introduced on large events.Embed from Getty Images
The Scottish government will put a ban on events with more than 500 people in attendance from Monday.
So it’s no surprise the SFA and SPFL have made this decision – putting the Premiership into limbo with Celtic 13 points clear at the top of the table.
Lennon faced the media today and was asked about what should happen if the season were to end now.
And his answer was clear:
And who can disagree with him? We have just eight games left to play this season, showing we’ve done more than enough to show everyone we’re champions.