Alex Dyer has revealed Kilmarnock received an apology from Celtic after Boli Bolingoli's quarantine breach. 

Bolingoli played in a 1-1 draw between Celtic and Kilmarnock on Sunday, before it emerged he had travelled to Spain earlier in the week and not followed quarantine restrictions upon his return.

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Kilmarnock will still play their next game against Ross County tomorrow but as a result of the breach, Celtic and Aberdeen have had their next two matches postponed.

As reported by Clyde 1 Superscoreboard, Dyer said: “I know they didn’t know (about his trip) because I know Neil (Lennon) and I know what he’s like as a human being.

"I know some of the staff there and they are good people. It’s a mistake and we have to move on."

Meanwhile, Neil Lennon has revealed he was “livid” at Bolingoli’s trip to Spain and hinted he could have played his last game for Celtic.

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Lennon said: “"We made it clear to players they weren't to leave Glasgow. Boli took a flight to Spain on Monday and kept it to himself, we were livid, appalled.

"It will be very difficult to imagine him being welcomed back into the dressing room in the future."