Published Thursday, 17 May 2012
Rangers fans display banners during the match between Celtic and Rangers (© Getty)
The beleaguered club suffered another blow when the appeal panel upheld a 12-month transfer embargo and a £160,000 fine imposed as sanction for its failure to pay £13m in tax during the last 12 months.
Rangers fans are now considering pushing ahead with plans to boycott away matches.
The president of the Rangers Supporters Assembly, Andy Kerr, says a boycott is an option but supporters want to make sure their actions are in the interests of the administration-hit club.
Meanwhile Lennon told Clyde 1 Super Scoreboard: "It's a bit of a shambles really. A club as big as that, the way it has been run for the last few years, it's shocking really.
The Lurgan-born man added: "Hopefully there can be a resolution pretty soon and we'll see where it takes them."
It's been an ongoing saga for quite a while and I'm hoping there is a light at the end of the tunnel for everyone concerned.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon
"But it's a shame for a lot of people. There are a lot of people being punished who have had really nothing to do with it.
Lennon, who was sent from the dugout on his last visit to Ibrox, admits he would miss the Glasgow derby.
"There is no show like punch," he said.
"Regardless of all the other stuff that comes with the Celtic-Rangers scenario, those games have been fantastic to be part of.
"That would be a huge loss to the club here and the game in Scotland.
"But Rangers have to sort themselves out. You can't ride roughshod over other clubs or the game and expect not to be punished for it."