Such is the world we live in that player scoring five English Premier League goals in three matches can result in criticism for Celtic’s manager, but here we are.

Neil Lennon was in charge of Celtic in 2014 and it was his decision to let Teemu Pukki leave the club to join Brondby.

In an interview at the time, Lennon said the Finnish star “wasn’t really an out-and-out goalscorer” and hinted that the pressure of playing for the Hoops was too much for him to handle.

Fast forward a few years and Pukki has been banging goals in for fun at Norwich. He scored 29 goals in the Championship last season and he’s already got five goals in the Premier League during this campaign.

As is often the case, Lennon’s quotes from 2014 have resurfaced and these fans have been quick to stick the boot in on the Celtic boss.

However, other fans have been quick to jump to Lennon’s defence, saying he was right to let Pukki leave.

Was Lennon right to let Pukki leave in 2014?

Yes

No