Lennon seeks recognition for Hoops

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Celtic manager Neil Lennon has reiterated his call for Rangers to be stripped of titles won over the past decade if they are found guilty of signing players on illegal contracts.

Rangers could face losing the five Scottish Premier League crowns and four Scottish Cups they won between 2002 and 2011 if allegations of wrongful registration of players is proven by an SPL commission's investigation.

Lennon would consider it "a moral victory" for the Hoops, who were runners-up for all five of their Old Firm rivals' most recent SPL successes. Quoted in the Daily Mail, the Northern Irishman said: "I will see what the commission finds and, if they are found to have broken the rules, then they should be stripped of their titles."

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