Neil Lennon could not disguise his disgust at Celtic's performance last night as he accused players of acting like "spoiled kids" during their Scottish Communities League Cup semi-final to St Mirren.
Neil Lennon could not disguise his disgust at Celtic's performance last night as he accused players of acting like \"spoiled kids\" during their Scottish Communities League Cup semi-final to St Mirren.
Stephen Thompson celebrates after putting St Mirren 3-1 ahead against Celtic at Hampden
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Celtic's chance of `winning the domestic treble disappeared as a dreadful display condemned them to a 3-2 defeat at Hampden. St Mirren will now face Hearts in the final on March 17.
The Parkhead side had been overwhelming favourites but have now lost to Kilmarnock, Hearts and St Mirren in their last three visits to Hampden, and won only four of nine visits since Lennon became manager. He described yesterday's as the worst performance of them all, even hinting that it could force him into some rushed transfer activity before the January window closes on Thursday evening.
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