Celtic manager Neil Lennon reiterates he wants to change the team’s playing style, but “you can’t change it overnight”.
The Hoops won seven domestic trophies in a row playing a possession-based game under Brendan Rodgers, who left to join Leicester in February.
His replacement wants to move to a more direct attacking style, but knows he can’t change things too suddenly.
“It’s really difficult,” Lennon said.
“It’s a style of play that they are used to and it’s a different style of play from what I’ve been used to.
“However, it works and you can’t change it overnight, anyway.
“You can implement little things, but there were aspects of the game (against Rangers) on Sunday in the second half that I wasn’t happy with in terms of managing the game. We should have done that a lot better.
“It’s difficult. I’ve just been softly softly. During the game, I was thinking, ‘If this ends up 1-1, I am going to be changing a lot of things. Or doing a lot more things my way’.
“I think from the outside looking in, people look at it and think, ‘That’s an easy job, you are just picking up the reins from where Brendan left off.
“But there are adjustments that you have to make to the staff, the training structure, the players and the mentality of the players.
“I didn’t make this situation. I have come in and answered the call and we are doing all right.
“It shouldn’t have been as fraught as we made it because at half-time we were a goal up and had a man extra. There was a little bit of naivety from us at times in the game.
“I thought we were a little bit passive in the second half in terms of our pressing.
“We sat off Rangers and (Ryan) Kent and (Daniel) Candeias kept coming off and getting turned. We really should have been 10 yards further up the pitch to stop the attacks around about the halfway line.”
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