Page last updated at 20:02 GMT, Thursday, 25 September 2008 21:02 UK

Man in court over Lennon attack

Celtic coach Neil Lennon
The alleged assault took place hours after Celtic's match against Rangers

A man has appeared in court accused of attacking the Celtic coach Neil Lennon in Glasgow's west end.

David Whitelaw, 43, appeared at Glasgow Sheriff Court charged with assault to severe injury. He made no plea or declaration and was kept in custody.

Lennon, 37, was treated for minor injuries following an incident in Glasgow's Ashton Lane on 1 September.

The incident happened hours after Lennon was in the Celtic dugout for the club's 4-2 home defeat to Rangers.

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