Date: 9th August 2014 at 10:17pm
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Former manager Neil Lennon reckons that once again no team will get near Celtic in the Scottish Premiership.

“Once Ronny Deila gets his own stamp on the team I would expect Celtic to keep improving” – Neil Lennon

The Northern Irishman confidently
expects his successor Ronny Deila to
lead the club to yet another league title.

“There’s an incredible differential between Celtic and any other team,” Lennon told BBC Radio 5live. “Once Ronny Deila gets his own stamp on the team I would expect Celtic to keep improving the way they’re going.

“We won the league by 29 points last year and won it by the end of March with seven or eight games to spare,” he added. “I can’t see anyone running them close again this season.”

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