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Neil Lennon applauds Rangers as Celtic boss demands end to abuse after sickening Scott Brown incident

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Neil Lennon has called for an immediate end to the abuse directed at football players in Scotland.

The Celtic boss spoke out after his captain Scott Brown heard a sick insult about his late sister Fiona outside Ibrox earlier this month.

Brown later admitted he's been dealing with vile messages his entire career and Lennon, who has been subjected to sectarian abuse in the past, believes enough is enough.

Scott's a lot more mature now."

Lennon said: "I applaud Rangers for the swift action they took and the support a lot of their fans have given to Scott - but it's got to stop.

The 34-year-old was boarding the Hoops' team bus following a 2-0 win over Rangers when the alleged taunt took place.

"But when we're out in the streets trying to live our lives not at a football ground, they have no right to insult or abuse people in that manner in any capacity, never mind in a football capacity.
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