Celtic’s “lack of hunger and application” was “unacceptable” in their 4-1 home defeat by Sparta Prague, manager Neil Lennon has said.
Lennon admitted his side’s hopes of qualifying from Europa League Group H have “probably” been ended.
And he vowed to change the “culture” among his players and that it could be achieved “very quickly”.
“This is definitely a turning point – it won’t happen again, that’s for sure,” Lennon said.
“We can’t accept that and the players know that as well. I can’t defend the players. I’ve tried to over the piece, but I can’t defend them tonight.” (BBC)