I'm a sucker for a good story. I love the movie JFK, even when you know what is going to happen at the end, you're still on the edge of your seat for most of the film. The critical part of the movie is when the jury is told that the "kill shot" had to have came from the grassy knoll as JFK's head went "Back and to the left"
If Neil Lennon's head, in a normal circumstance of course, had gone "Back and to the left" whilst sitting in the dug out for the Inverness game he may have saw into the future. Sitting in the directors box that day, for the first time in ages, and at the behest of Peter Lawwell was an ex Celtic manager. One who has held talks about filling a role soon to be vacated(not the one of manager I might add)
Who was it?
A man who exelled in scouting players and offering advice and has been at the club in three different eras, in three different capacities.
He's gonna get ye.