Champions League has made up for loss of Rangers, says Lennon
Neil Lennon believes the Champions League has been a "great substitute" for the absence of Rangers from the Clydesdale Bank Premier League this season.
Neil Lennon believes the Champions League has been a \"great substitute\" for the absence of Rangers from the Clydesdale Bank Premier League this season.
The Ibrox club relaunched itself in Irn-Bru Division Three for the start of this season after financial problems consigned them to liquidation in the summer.
The loss of four Old Firm derbies in the SPL, according to the Hoops boss, has been compensated by Celtic's Champions League journey which could continue still after tonight's final Group G match against Spartak Moscow at Parkhead.
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