Celtic are having a season to forget and The Athletic’s Hoops reporter Kieran Devlin has been having his say on all of the Parkhead proceedings.
The Bhoys are currently 18 points adrift from arch-rivals Rangers in the Scottish Premiership table after their dismal 1-0 defeat to Ross County on Sunday.
Neil Lennon and chief executive Peter Lawwell have come under huge pressure to be sacked by the Green Brigade, who have organised huge protests to illustrate their disdain towards the duo.
As a result of this, Devlin posted his thoughts on Twitter on Celtic’s attempts to secure 10-in-a-row with the season ticket renewal phase fast approaching.
Celtic have allowed mediocrity to be normalised, pointing to past glories as the current season crumbles and as indifference grows. Apathy leads to season tickets not being renewed and merchandise not being bought. We are fast approaching that point.https://t.co/BpRIzciFC9
— Kieran Devlin (@NoNotThatDevlin) February 23, 2021
Celtic were knocked out of the Group Stage of the Europa League and were eliminated from the Scottish League Cup by Ross County in November, which will result in a crucial loss of competition funds for next season.
Transfer Tavern Verdict
Celtic will want to put the 2020/21 campaign behind them as quickly as possible, as their pursuit of 10-in-a-row looks almost certainly off the cards now.
With reports suggesting that there will be a mass overhaul taking place both on and off the pitch at the end of the season, time will tell whether the position of Lennon will be affected, after Lawwell announced he would be stepping down at the end of the season.
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