Scottish football ‘is clean’ in wake of English coach debacle

Neil Lennon, coach of Hibernian F.C., has spoken to the media to defend Scottish football as a ‘corruption-free zone’. This follows the recent developments in England that led to the national manager, Sam Allardyce, losing his job.

During his time as Celtic manager, Lennon insists that he had never been approached to break any rules, and his view is that Scottish football is ‘clean’ and not involved in any under-the-table deals.

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