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Lennon

John (Ono), original name John Winston Lennon. 1940- -80, English rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter: member of the Beatles (1962--70). His subsequent recordings, many in collaboration with his wife Yoko Ono, include "Instant Karma" (1970), Imagine (1971), and Double Fantasy (1980). He was shot dead by a demented fan
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STAR BHOYS: Bobo Balde (right) and Alan Thompson with (inset, clockwise from bottom left) Neil Lennon, John Hartson and Chris Sutton, are looking for new deals from Martin O'Neill
In Mr Phillips diary he had them listed simply as 'Skiffle group', this Skiffle group consisted of John Lennon, John Lowe, Colin Hanton, Paul McCartney and George Harrison, the two records they had decided on recording was the Buddy Holly track That'll Be The Day and a track written by Paul McCartney and George Harrison titled In Spite Of All The Danger.
It will feature ex-players such as Pierre Van Hooijdonk, Stilian Petrov, Paul McStay, Murdo MacLeod, George McCluskey, Neil Lennon, John Hartson, Paul Lambert and Alan Stubbs, with more to be confirmed.
People like Henrik Larsson, Paul Lambert, Neil Lennon, John Hartson, Lubo Moravcik.
I'm thinking in particular about Roy Keane, Neil Lennon, John Hartson, Stilian Petrov and Dion Dublin.
CELTIC BOSS Martin O'Neill last night revealed his is ready to open contract talks with Neil Lennon, John Hartson and Bobo Balde as a matter of urgency.
CELTIC boss Martin O'Neill last night revealed he is ready to open contract talks with Neil Lennon, John Hartson and Bobo Balde as a matter of urgency.
O'Neill plans to open talks next month with Neil Lennon, John Hartson and Bobo Balde whose deals are up at the end of the season.
Jim Clark, East Kilbride, said: 'The lack of pace from Neil Lennon, John Hartson, Stan Varga and Jackie McNamara was like watching Clydesdales against racehorses.
He also stressed talks with Neil Lennon, John Hartson and Bobo Balde will start after the transfer window closes.
O'Neill has convinced the English duo to commit themselves to Celtic until 2007 and expects Neil Lennon, John Hartson, Bobo Balde, Jackie McNamara and Shaun Maloney to sign up for the long haul in the coming days and weeks.
England hopefuls Chris Sutton and Alan Thompson and in-form trio Neil Lennon, John Hartson and Robert Douglas all have just over a year left on their current deals.