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Neil Lennon said winning his first title as Celtic manager was his "greatest achievement" in football.

FC Celtic manager Lennon said guiding the Hoops to a second successive Scottish Premier League Championship is even more special and marks the club´s 125th anniversary.
 
"It´s like any other championship - there is a feeling of pride and happiness, along with real joy for the players, the club and the supporters," said Lennon on the Celtic website.. "It´s always a momentous feeling and occasion when it comes round, and it´s a tremendous effort by everyone.
 
"This means more to me. The first time was brilliant at Kilmarnock. There was a real anticipation going into the game and then there was the way we played that day. That was vindication for me in taking the job on and being given the job. I got a lot of confidence from that.
 
"But to do it again, it´s your remit and priority at the start of the season, and obviously with the Champions League run and getting to the cup final, it all just adds up to what´s been a fantastic, memorable season for us."
 
"We had other targets in mind this season," said the manager. "The season started so early with the Champions League, and it´s going to start early again in July.
 
"There have been times where we have been a little inconsistent, predominately after the Champions League games, and that’s something we need to improve on going into next year as you are always looking to improve and progress the team. So the experience from that will stand us in good stead if we qualify again."
 
"These are difficult times," he said. "We are in the grip of a recession but we still have a huge volume of support, and we are forever grateful to them.
 
"The backing they have given me in the three years has been fantastic and I can´t speak highly enough of them.
 
"They are, without doubt, untouchable when it comes to supporting their club in comparison to any other supporters, and I hope they take a lot of really good memories from this season, domestically and in Europe."

Celtic won their second Scottish Premier League title in a row with a home 4 -1 win over Inverness. Celtic finished the season with 72 points ahead of Motherwell with 57 points and Inverness with 51 points. 

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FC Celtic celebrated their 2012 - 2013 Scottish Premier League Championship win after the Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League match between Celtic and Inverness Caledonian Thistle at Celtic Park Stadium on April 21, 2013 in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Celtic's popular boss Neil Lennon is sure that his leading goalscorer Gary Hooper will remain at Celtic next season, despite speculation over his future.

However, Hooper turned down Celtic's final offer of a contract extension in January. Hooper joined Celtic from Scunthorpe for £2.4m.

"My preference would be to give Gary a new contract and keep him around for a bit longer," Lennon said. "My gut feeling is that he'll stay."

"He's our leading goalscorer and it's not just the volume of goals he gets, it's the important ones," said Lennon. "When you really need a goal he pops up with the important one. It's pivotal that he stays.

"Our policy has been to bring these young boys in, develop them and sell them on.

"We've got plenty of assets in the team for the first time in a long time, but off the back of what we did in the Champions League, I don't think there's the pressure on the board to have to sell."

Lennon commented on the lack of competition from the Rangers.

"This one gets brought up a lot," said Lennon. "There's no doubt that the fans missed the edge, the to-ing and fro-ing between both sets of fans, but in terms of competition, in my time, this is the eighth championship I've won as part of the club and five of those were won by 17 or more points with Rangers in the league.

"The only time it's been close is when it's gone to the final day of the season with Rangers, but the fans definitely miss that edge between each other.

"It's never easy, but for me it would denigrate what the players have done if I said it was easier. It's not easier at all.

"I suppose what everyone misses is when the results come in and you've had your result and you look over to see what's happened across the road.

"But as far as we were concerned, we knew what we were facing going into the season and we had to get on with it."

Celtic won their second Scottish Premier League title in a row with a home 4 -1 win over Inverness. Celtic finished the season with 72 points ahead of Motherwell with 57 points and Inverness with 51 points. 

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FC Celtic Boss Neil Lennon Handed 3-match Touchline Ban

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Celtic boss Neil Lennon has been given a three-match touchline ban after being found guilty of swearing and misconduct during Celtic's 1-1 draw with St Mirren on March 31. 

The ban, carried over from last season, came into action after a disciplinary tribunal found Lennon had breached Disciplinary Rule 203 in his use of offensive language towards St Mirren captain Jim Goodwin.

Lennon will be in the stands for FC Celtic's matches against Motherwell, Ross County and St Johnstone.

Neil Lennon is a former pro footballer from Northern Ireland. He is the manager and former captain of Celtic, and is currently the longest continuous serving manager in the Scottish Premier League.

Lennon will be on the pitch for his weekend's clash with Inverness as Lennon has five days to appeal the ban.

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