27 Feb From the section Celtic Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47387310 Read more about sharing. New Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists he does not want to be compared to predecessor Brendan Rodgers.The 47-year-old, who replaces Rodgers following his departure to Leicester City on Tuesday, says the decision to return to the job until the end of the season was a "no brainer"."I'm very, very grateful to be here," Lennon said."I don't have all the answers, and certainly I don't want to be compared to Brendan."And he added: "I know some people will do that as we go along, but Brendan has his way and it has been fantastic, and I have my way." Lennon returns to the club he led to three titles as manager from 2010-2014, having left Hibernian last month, and will be considered for the role long term. 'I … [Read more...] about Celtic: Boss Neil Lennon says returning to club was a ‘no brainer’
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26 Feb From the section Celtic Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47374573 Read more about sharing. Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton says "the Celtic job is bigger than the Leicester job" and urged Brendan Rodgers not to "downgrade" himself by quitting the Glasgow giants.So why might the former Liverpool manager choose to return to the Premier League with Leicester, rather than continue his trophy-laden spell at Celtic? Test your knowledge of both clubs with our quiz. Find out more BBC Sport Scottish Premiership Read more on BBC Sport Scottish Premiership Celtic official site Read more on Celtic official site … [Read more...] about Brendan Rodgers quiz: Celtic or Leicester… can you tell the clubs apart?
It’s been a big week for festivals in Portsmouth. Victorious and South Central festival both announced an extensive list of artists. August bank holiday weekend’s Victorious Festival will see the likes of Two Door Cinema Club, Rudimental, Bloc Party, The Vaccines, The Hives, Basement Jaxx and The Specials – with another headliner still to come. Meanwhile, South Central, taking the place of Mutiny Festival in May, announced Craig David, Sean Paul, John Newman, Example, Armand Van Helden, The Hunna and John Newman, with a shift in focus towards live bands as well as an extensive amount of DJs. 2019 is going to be another huge year.However this side of the calendar, Sin! host their residency at The Wedgewood Rooms in Albert Road tonight. Standing proud as the largest free club night in Portsmouth, there will be plenty of anthems – expect love to be a big theme this week. It runs from 11pm until 2.30am with more details at … [Read more...] about It’s the Love Shack, baby, Sinful times at The Wedgewood Rooms, and The Renegade Project on the radio in Sam Cherry’s Club Scene
Video PUBLISHED: 06:00 25 January 2019 Stuart Watson Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert named four homegrown players in his starting XI against Millwall on New Year's Day, but none at Blackburn last weekend. Photo: Steve Waller © Copyright Stephen Waller There wasn’t a single homegrown player in Ipswich Town’s starting XI at Blackburn last weekend. STUART WATSON asked Paul Lambert about his youth policy following the addition of six January signings. Myles Kenlock (22) started against Middlesbrough and Millwall, but has been replaced in the side for the last three games by Leicester City loanee left-back Callum Elder (23). Photo: PagepixQ: You said after the Blackburn game that Callum Elder (on loan from Leicester) would learn from experience. Some have said that it would be more beneficial for Myles Kenlock to be getting that experience at left-back over the coming weeks. Where do you stand on that debate regarding short-term … [Read more...] about ‘The future of the club is about the young players’ – Lambert on short-term signings replacing homegrown players
If you're bored of the nine-to-five and want to inject a little fun into your business meetings, one of the city's most exclusive clubs is offering firms the chance to banish those boardroom blues and try something completely different. Tucked away at Queen Anne's Battery, the Royal Western Yacht Club of England has been a haven for yachtsman and members alike for almost two centuries. Every firm is looking for a venue which inspires people with plans for growth and innovation, and part of the battle is planning the right space to present your pitch. The Royal Western Yacht Club certainly delivers this by the bucket-full. Offering breath-taking views across Plymouth Sound, the venue prides itself on being able to host to all of life's special occasions - from weddings and birthday celebrations, to christenings and retirement parties. It also specialises in corporate events, with the picturesque location guaranteeing unrivalled views for guests, whatever the weather. Undoubtedly the … [Read more...] about Exclusive Plymouth club offers ultimate team-building challenge