Former Celtic star says he would have taken the Rangers job.

The current Hibernian manager, Neil Lennon, said he would have taken the Ibrox job if he was in Derek McInnes shoes.
The Ibrox club wanted to bring back former midfielder McInnes as their manager and permanent successor to flopped Caixhina, but the current Aberdeen manager decided to stay put at Pittodrie.
Lennon who played at Celtic during 2000-2007 and managed the Celts from 2010-2014, who managed Celtic to some magnificent results in Europe, most notably against Barcelona, and getting through to the last 16, has revealed he would join Celtic’s main rivals Rangers if he was in the Aberdeen manager McInnes’ shoes.
Neil Lennon said:
“You look at what the board did for Caixinha in the summer – they gave him ten or eleven million to spend. There is no one else who has that power apart from Celtic.
“I think they backed Caixinha. OK, it’s not worked out for him. But someone coming in there now, Rangers sitting in second place, I think it’s good time to go in there and be the manager.”
McInnes could have done some good things if he jumped ship to Ibrox, and perhaps since Neil Lennon, played for Celtic, he wouldn’t sign for the Gers as manager.[tps_title][/tps_title]