Tardy Celtic fined over late kick-off

Neil Lennon held responsible for delay

Celtic's Europa League match against FC Copenhagen in Denmark kicked off late.

Celtic have been punished for a late kick-off in the Europa League.

The Parkhead side were hit with a fine of 15,000 euros (£13,300) for the kick-off in their last-32 match against Copenhagen in Denmark on February 20 being late, with the governing body holding Celtic manager Neil Lennon responsible for the indiscretion.

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