Former Scottish Premiership player Michael Stewart has criticised Celtic after their 0-0 draw against Livingston yesterday.
Stewart slams Celtic
The Bhoys were forced to select from a threadbare squad for the second game running with 13 other players, along with manager Neil Lennon, still having to self-isolate following their return from Dubai, where they were deemed close contacts after Christopher Jullien’s positive COVID test.
Coach Gavin Strachan was left frustrated after the final whistle after admitting that his team allowed Livingston to “impose their style on us” (via BBC Sport).
Speaking after the game, Stewart was not impressed with what he saw and he believes that the Parkhead club are at rock bottom.
He said, on Twitter: “Celtic’s season is whimpering to an end. No energy, no desire, no urgency and psychologically they now look as low as ever.
“Livingston were aggressive in their play at Parkhead and are understandably disappointed with only taking a point.”
Transfer Tavern Verdict
The weeks ahead are likely to get tougher and tougher for the likes of Lennon and chief executive Peter Lawwell, whose apology did not go down well with the Celtic Park faithful.
Before Rangers made the trip to Motherwell this lunchtime, Celtic were 20 points behind their arch-rivals and it looks highly unlikely that they will secure a 10th title-in-a-row.
With reports of mass changes set to take place in the summer, a fresh start next season is, probably, what Celtic need.
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