Neil Lennon's managerial career at Celtic

9 June 2010: Neil Lennon is a popular choice among the fans when he is appointed Celtic manager after a successful run in interim charge following Tony Mowbray's sacking
24 April 2011: A former player and first-team coach at the Glasgow club, Lennon was also a Celtic fan as a boy growing up in Lurgan in Northern Ireland - an affinity recognised in his special relationship with the supporters
24 April 2011: The Celtic manager is at times an animated figure on the touchline, such as during this goalless draw against Rangers at Ibrox, with Ally McCoist and Walter Smith in the home dugout
11 May 2011: Hearts fan John Wilson was jailed for eight months for a breach of the peace for this incident at Tynecastle Stadium in Edinburgh. After a previous attack on Lennon in Glasgow's west end, two men were jailed in January 2009
21 May 2011: In terms of on-field performances, Charlie Mulgrew celebrates scoring Celtic's third goal in a 3-0 Scottish Cup final win over Motherwell at a rainy Hampden that earns Neil Lennon his first trophy as Celtic manager at the end of his first full season
12 March 2012: Lennon carries the coffin of his friend and lawyer Paul McBride QC, a prominent figure in Scottish society who died aged 47 on a business trip to Pakistan
13 May 2012: Goalkeeper Fraser Forster, midfielder Joe Ledley, striker Gary Hooper and full-back Adam Matthews flank Lennon as he poses with the 2011/12 Clydesdale Bank Premier League trophy, his first of three league titles as manager
22 May 2012: Celtic are the visitors to Carrow Road for Adam Drury's testimonial and it allows Lennon a chance to chat to his former team-mate, Paul Lambert, Norwich manager at the time. Lennon has been linked with the vacancy at Norwich but has not been interviewed for the post
7 November 2012: Celtic Park is bouncing as Tony Watt's goal doubles the Scots' lead over Barcelona in the Champions League on their way to a famous 2-1 win
6 March 2013: That win over Barca helps Celtic come through a Champions League group including Benfica and Spartak Moscow and into the last 16 for the first time during Lennon's reign, but the journey ends with a 2-0 defeat in the rain in Turin following a 3-0 humbling in Glasgow
21 April 2013: Celtic retain the Scottish league title with a 4-1 home win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle. The league win is Celtic's 44th championship, five of which Lennon helped to achieve as a player
26 May 2013: With the league title in the bag, Celtic beat Hibernian 3-0 at Hampden to add the Scottish Cup, with Gary Hooper on target twice and Joe Ledley scoring the third 10 minutes from full-me
11 December 2013: Celtic's reward for winning the Scottish title is to enter the Champions League at the second qualifying round. Wins over Cliftonville, Elfsborg and Shakhter Karagandy propel Celtic into Group H, but the heights of the previous European campaign seem a distant memory as they lose five of their six games against Barcelona, AC Milan and Ajax
11 May 2014: With only one defeat in 38 games, it's three Scottish league titles in a row for Lennon and Celtic as they round off another domestic campaign with a 3-1 win over Dundee United in what turns out to be Lennon's final match in charge at Celtic Park