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Live Reporting

Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Celtic make history - and manager offer

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    So Celtic's history boys add to their already long list of honours.

    That's nine domestic trophies in a row, an unprecedented treble treble, and a 39th Scottish Cup triumph.

    Not only that, but it has resulted in Neil Lennon being offered the manager's job on a permanent basis - and his words suggest he will accept the role.

    Happy days for Celtic but a tale of what might have been for Hearts.

    Craig Levein's side put poor recent form behind them to give the cup holders a tough afternoon, taking the lead through Ryan Edwards before two Odsonne Edouard goals turned the game round for the Glasgow side.

    Celtic celebrate in the dressing-room
  2. Modern communications

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    Neil Lennon was apparently offered the job in the shower after the game.

    Meanwhile, captain Scott Brown only learned of it on Twitter!

  3. 'The boys are diving about changing-room'

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    Celtic captain Scott Brown has reaction with enthusiasm at the news of Neil Lennon being offered the manager's job on a permanent basis.

    "It’s phenomenal," he says. "It can’t get much better. We all found out on Twitter and all the lads are diving about in the changing room.

    "We went out, got the gaffer and brought him back in. The cheer for the manager to get the job - it was phenomenal.

    "He deserves it. It has been a hard one since he came in but he’s the only man in my eyes for the job."

    Celtic's Scott Brown and Mikael Lustig lift the Scottish Cup
    Image caption: Scott Brown and Mikael Lustig lifted the Scottish Cup
  4. One last game to come

    St Mirren v Dundee United (15:00, Sunday)

    The Scottish football season isn't quite over yet.

    Join us for live coverage for tomorrow's Premiership Play-off second leg between St Mirren and Dundee United.

    The outcome is in the balance after a 0-0 draw at Tannadice.

    Now United, who finished second in the Championship, travel to Paisley needing to win in order to end three years out of the top flight against hosts looking to stay there for a second successive season.

  5. Lennon's a winner - Lawwell

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    Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell: “Neil stepped up to the plate when we needed him.

    "He’s a true Celtic man who knows the club and the city. He’s a winner with a fantastic eye for a player.

    "I’m delighted to announce he’s been offered the job.”

  6. BreakingLennon is Celtic choice

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    Celtic responded to their Scottish Cup final victory over Hearts by offering Neil Lennon the manager's job permanently.

    Read more below...

    'I was offered Celtic job in shower'

    Neil Lennon

    Neil Lennon is offered the Celtic job less than an hour after guiding the club to a domestic treble treble.

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  7. 'The work has already begun'

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    He doesn't actually say it in so many words, but you can gather that Neil Lennon is minded to accept the offer to become Celtic manager on a permanent basis.

    "It's a privilege," he tells Celtic TV. "It's been my privilege to manage the club once. To do it a second time, I feel like I've come full circle again.

    "It was always my objective. I left on good terms the last time and it's been a rollercoaster couple of months - difficult, but I hope I bring a lot more success to the club going forward.

    "The works already begun really. There will be changes obviously, but I don't want to change too much because it's been a really good transition between myself and Brendan."

    Neil Lennon
  8. Lennon keen for more Celtic success

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    More to come from Neil Lennon shortly...

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  9. The captain stepped up for Celtic

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    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Scott Brown stepped up today when they went behind, there's no doubt about that. The rest of the players responded to their captain too
  10. Celtic bus diversion

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    Rugby union's Pro14 final taking place at Celtic Park means the Scottish Cup winners won't be able to celebrate on their home turf tonight.

    Here's where you can join in the celebrations if you are Celtic minded.

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  11. Brown praises Celtic resilience

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  12. Lennon offered Celtic job

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    Whether that victory over Hearts was crucial or not, Celtic have ended the speculation over Neil Lennon's future by making a swift announcement.

    Now the question is - will he accept it? You can probably guess that he will considering what he has been saying in recent weeks.

    Lennon is in his second spell as Celtic boss, having been named interim manager following Brendan Rodgers' switch to Leicester City in February.

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  13. Focus turns to Celtic Park!

    Glasgow Warriors v Leinster (18:30)

    Celtic Park is hogging the headlines today, with the Pro14 final taking place at the club's home stadium tonight.

    The build-up has already begun on the BBC Sport website ahead of the 18:30 kick-off as Glasgow Warriors face holders Leinster.

    Live coverage here.

  14. Delighted Lennon stuck for words

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  15. Brief losses of 'concentration'

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    Hearts manager Craig Levein: "It was competitive. I thought we tried as hard as we could to win the match. Unfortunately, we didn't manage to do that either for ourselves or the supporters."

    Levein was pleased with his tactics, telling BBC Scotland: "It did work. We frustrated Celtic for long periods and we broke quickly when we regained possession.

    "We're playing against a good side and we did lose moments of concentration and in the match I think I could count them on one hand. We lost a couple of goals and that's ultimately what's cost us."

    Craig Levein
  16. Your man of the match is...

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    Hearts left-back Aaron Hickey is a perhaps surprise winner of your man of the match vote.

    The 16-year-old, now the youngest player ever to play in a Scottish Cup final, had a superb game, marking Scotland winger James Forrest out of the game.

    But Odsonne Edouard might feel aggrieved considering the Celtic striker's match-winning, treble-treble clinching double.

  17. Player rater

    You've still got a few minutes to vote for your man of the match. I wonder...

    Who was your Hampden Scottish Cup hero?

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    Rate the players in this year's Scottish Cup final between Hearts and Celtic at Hampden.

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  18. Treble treble thanks to Edouard double

    You can now read our match report of Celtic's historic victory.

    Edouard secures Celtic's treble treble

    Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard

    Celtic come from behind to secure a historic treble treble as Odsonne Edouard's double sinks Hearts in the Scottish Cup final.

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  19. Sinclair to stay at Celtic

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    Scott Sinclair says he is more than happy to be staying with Celtic next year:

    “I’ve got another year left, I’m happy here, I love being here, living in Scotland and playing in front of these fans is unbelievable," the English winger, who came on as a substitute at Hampden, tells BBC Scotland.

    “We’ve had so much pressure going into this game to get the job done and words can’t describe how this feels, to get a treble treble.

    “Neil Lennon is Celtic through and through, you see his passion on the sideline, he’s taken over, done a great job - it’s out of every player’s hands now and we’ve done what we had to do: the treble treble.”