Peter Lawwell said that Celtic are "in the best financial state we've ever been in" after the club posted half-yearly profits of £21.3m.
THE tall figure slumps in a chair in a wood-panelled room festooned with the baubles of a glorious past.
NEIL Lennon turned up for his usual weekly media briefing wearing a suit yesterday.
WHEN Neil Lennon and Peter Lawwell can bring themselves to reflect on Celtic's awful European campaign and sit for their first serious discussion about where the club goes next, it is easy to imagine the pair of them exchanging blank looks.
It was a painful end to the Champions League for Celtic, but losing emphatically to Barcelona at Camp Nou will not linger in Neil Lennon's mind.