RAGING Neil Lennon tore into his Bolton flops after their 1-0 defeat against Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich side.
The ex-Celtic boss was seething after Tuesday’s loss and accused some of his players of having a “weak mentality”. What a contrast to his successor at Celtic as Ronny Deila aims for a Treble.
Lennon fumed: “We should have been home and hosed by half-time, but that is endemic of our season away from home. You can’t miss gilt-edged chances like we did against a good side like Ipswich.
“We had a great chance to win it at the end, but now we are left scratching our heads.
“I put out a young side and rested a few players. The league table doesn’t lie, but a club like this shouldn’t be where it is.
“Some of the senior players have a weak mentality, but I can’t do anything about that until the end of the season when we will still be hopefully in the Championship.”
Daryl Murphy, who was bought and sold by Lennon at Celtic, set up the only goal for Jay Tabb 11 minutes from time.
Bolton are ninth from the bottom, 10 points above Malky Mackay’s Wigan in the drop zone.