Martin O’Neill – an apology
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In its statement The Observer said that these allegations, which question Mr O’Neill’s loyalty to Celtic and his integrity, were without foundation. The Observer offered its sincere apologies to Mr O’Neill for the distress and anxiety caused to him, his family and Celtic Football Club and has agreed to pay him substantial damages and costs.