Lennon to face SFA charges

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Neil Lennon's battle with the Scottish Football Association is set to begin when the Celtic boss is up at Hampden on two of a possible five disciplinary charges.

The Northern Irishman has to explain criticism of referee Willie Collum after the Scottish Communities League Cup final defeat to Kilmarnock at the national stadium where he deemed the official's decision not to award the Hoops a late penalty as "criminal".

The following week Lennon was sent off by referee Calum Murray at the interval in the 3-2 Clydesdale Bank Premier League defeat by Rangers at Ibrox.

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