Celtic manager Neil Lennon’s future could be decided very soon following an update from the Hoops’ Supporter Liaison Officer.
Lennon on the brink?
Several protests have been taking the place urging the board to sack the Northern Irish tactician, with reports suggesting that he could even resign to make way for former Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe.
Replying to a fan on Twitter, Celtic’s Supporter Liaison Officer, John-Paul Taylor, revealed that he expecting the club update the club’s fans of the findings of this review “in the next week” or so.
As far as I’m aware it was planned to provide an update on the review in the next week or so Jim
— Celtic FC SLO (@CelticFCSLO) January 21, 2021
Transfer Tavern Verdict
This response could wind supporters up even more, mainly those who are aggrieved about the state of the first-team management at Celtic.
Any hopes of winning 10-in-a-row are now pretty much buried and the Bhoys are still yet to win a game in 2021. With Lennon undermining Peter Lawwell regarding the events leading up to their Dubai training camp, both individuals could find themselves in trouble.
The club look lost at pretty much every level, and the review findings can’t come soon enough for those who want to see drastic change at the club, which could happen if recent reports are to be believed.
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