Celtic: Fans react to latest injury update from Neil Lennon

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Celtic fans on Twitter have been responding to the latest injury update from Hoops manager Neil Lennon. 

This comes after the official Celtic Twitter account shared a post on their page relaying quotes made by Lennon during a recent press conference ahead of Celtic’s qualifier against KR Reykjavik on Wednesday.

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Lennon revealed that is “still out” through injury and that Mikey Johnston has “had surgery”, while they are “looking at a timeframe for him of maybe 3-5 weeks” with regards to Johnston’s return to action.

This post then gathered a lot of replies from Celtic fans, who were quick to share their thoughts on this fitness update from Lennon on duo.

Here’s a sample of Celtic fans responding to the post:

Back in July, suffered a calf strain that he has still not recovered from, while he has had fitness issues which saw him left out of the club’s pre-season programme in France – with one fan suggesting his injury may not be telling the entire story.

Also in July, Lennon revealed that Johnston “has been having problems with his calves and he needs to see a specialist” to help him with the issue.

Now that the official Celtic Twitter account has shared these comments from Lennon on their page, this paved the way for lots of Hoops fans to share their thoughts on this latest injury update concerning and Johnston.

It appears that this latest update from Lennon has sparked quite a few different reactions from this group of Celtic fans, with some seeing the positive side to both players being unavailable, as others eagerly await the return of Johnston.

Who is the bigger miss for Celtic?

Mikey Johnston

Mikey Johnston

The best thing for and Johnston now would be to focus on returning from injury so they can get back to action for as soon as possible.

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