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Former Celtic boss Lennon faces big bill over tax scheme

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Former Celtic boss Neil Lennon is the latest big name in football who could face a hefty bill for investing in a tax avoidance scheme.


According to STV News, Lennon (who now manages Bolton Wanderers) alongside Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne, St Mirren caretaker boss Gary Teale and former Scotland captain Gary McAllister, are being probe for investment investing in schemes operated by Ingenious Media Holdings.


HMRC is questioning the legitimacy of three schemes operated by Ingenious – Inside Track Productions, Ingenious Film Partners 2 and Ingenious Games LLP.


According to Companies House, former Aberdeen players Stephen Glass and Eion Jess, ex-Rangers striker Billy Dodds and former Scotland internationals Colin Hendry and Dominic Matteo also invested in the scheme.


Other former footballers being probed include Match of the Day pundits Martin Keown and Danny Murphy.



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How does he look now?

Do you think we should insist that, if he is found guilty, he should be divested of any league and cup honours he may have won while investing in these 'tax avoidance schemes' ?


He looks like a hypocrite.


However, I don't believe that Celtic FC been directly linked to this issue, however entertaining that would be.


My understanding is that it's a personal matter for Mr Lennon and his conscience.

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