Hoops accept Lennon punishment

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Celtic have declared themselves satisfied with Neil Lennon's Scottish Football Association hearing after the Parkhead manager was served with a two-match ban.

Lennon was given the touchline ban - which will see him sit in the stand against Motherwell and Rangers in the next 10 days - for criticising referee Willie Collum following the Scottish Communities League Cup final on March 18.

But the former Celtic midfielder was given no additional punishment over his dismissal from the dugout against Rangers at Ibrox the following weekend.

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