Neil Lennon: SFA charge Hibernian boss over celebrations

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Neil Lennon hasn't held back when celebrating this season.

Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon has been charged with misconduct following his celebrations during Sunday's 5-5 draw against Rangers.

Lennon, 46, ran on to the pitch after his side scored a late equaliser.

The Northern Irishman could face a second touchline ban this season.

If found guilty, it would trigger a suspended two-match ban following Lennon's confrontation with referee Kevin Clancy during the 2-2 draw with Kilmarnock in February.

He received a three-game ban after that incident.

The club have until 22 May to respond to Tuesday's notice of complaint, with a principal hearing date set for 21 June.

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