Neil Lennon is back on Twitter – and he’s upping his selfie game with the help of Hibs fans.
The Easter Road manager has been on the social media site regularly over recent years and was posting on his account before stopping at the beginning of this season.
After leading Hibs to the Championship title and promotion to the Premiership last week, Lennon must have thought it was the right time to get back tweeting.
And that’s what he’s been doing this week, sharing snaps of himself behind the scenes and interacting with supporters.
Lennon has even been posting some selfies – but we’re not sure they’ll meet Kim Kardashian standards considering his phone covers his face:
Back at work ….. pic.twitter.com/EEbqIhPgbo
— Neil Lennon (@neil_lennon44) April 18, 2017
— Neil Lennon (@neil_lennon44) April 19, 2017
Fans were quick to tell him he isn’t doing it properly – and Lennon was good enough to listen to them, sharing one without the phone covering his face:
— Neil Lennon (@neil_lennon44) April 20, 2017
So it seems Lennon is fully back on Twitter, which is great to see considering the lack of Scottish football managers connecting directly to fans on social media.
There’s actually been some confusion about who the real Lennon is on Twitter after another account emerged claiming to be the Hibs manager:
Thought I'd get back to tweeting as we have now won league
Thanks to all our great fans for the huge support this season
— Neil Lennon (@lennon__18) April 17, 2017
But given the selfies from the other account, it seems this one is an imposter. What a life!