Neil Lennon has decided to part ways with Celtic after four years in charge of the Scottish club. Lennon released a brief statement to the media through his agent Martin Reilly on Thursday, following a meeting with the club's board of directors.
"I have parted company with Celtic, the club are in a very strong position and I wish the fans and the club all the very best for the future," said Lennon in a statement.
After taking over at in a caretaker role during the 2009/10 season when Tony Mowbray was sacked, Lennon went on to lead Celtic to two league titles and two Scottish Cups. He'll likely best be remembered for leading the Hoops to a the Champions League Round of 16 in 2013 thanks in part to a win over Barcelona at Celtic Park.