Celtic's Neil Lennon is the latest manager to come to the support of Malky Mackay, over his rift with Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan.
The 41-year-old Scot is still in charge of Cardiff as things stand, but was issued a "resign or be sacked" ultimatum by Malaysian owner Tan earlier this week.
Lennon said Mackay has been "magnificent" during his two-and-a-half years as Cardiff manager. "He's done a fantastic job. I don't know what more he can do."
"I really don't see what the problem is with him, and why the owner wants to get involved in such a way that's disruptive to what Malky and his backroom team and his players are doing."
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