Neil Lennon added Leigh Griffiths to his squad on the final day of the January transfer window and the Hoops boss has no fears over whether or not the forward has the required maturity to cope with life in the Glasgow goldfish bowl. When at Hibs, Griffiths repeatedly hit the headlines for off-field issues and Lennon revealed that he was frank about the requirement and responsibility that goes with being a high profile Celtic player.
And the Parkhead boss expects Griffiths to rise to the challenge of getting in among the goals while keeping his head down. “I like gallus Judi Online Domino99 players and he’s certainly got that nature on the pitch, although I don’t think he’s ill-disciplined or anything like that when he plays,” said the Irishman.
“Having spoken to him you get a different perception of people sometimes. He actually seems quite a quiet boy away from the pitch. Leigh knows the responsibilities involved in coming here. He’s just got to mind himself away from the park and we’ll do all we can to help him with that as well.
“I spoke to him about his responsibilities as a Celtic player and to be wary of things away from the park. He’s got to get used to the intensity of playing for Celtic and the public perception of him but I don’t think people should judge him on his past. Just judge him on his football ability.
“He’s not a bad boy, he …