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Neil Lennon Uses Euro 2016 Experience to Weigh in on EU Referendum Debate

Neil Lennon Uses Euro 2016 Experience to Weigh in on EU Referendum Debate

Neil Lennon has urged the British public to vote to stay in the European Union when they go to the polls this Thursday – after having such a wonderful experience at Euro 2016.

The new Hibs manager has been in France for almost two weeks now, as he reports on football’s European Championships as a radio and television pundit for the BBC.

And after watching Northern Ireland lose 1-0 to Germany on Tuesday evening, Lennon took to Twitter to tell his followers how much he’s been enjoying himself – and why we should all vote ‘Remain’:

Lennon isn’t the only high profile personality from within football to let his allegiances on the controversial topic be known this week, with David Beckham also wearing his heart on his sleeve.

We told you earlier today how experiences throughout the former Manchester United and Real Madrid midfielder’s career had persuaded him that Britain is better off in the EU.

What do you make of Lennon’s comments?

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