Writing in his blog, Celtic insider Phil Mac Giolla Bhain has shared an update from behind the scenes – with one of his sources claiming that that there ‘will be changes’ as other sources have claimed manager Neil Lennon is ‘hanging on by a thread‘.
Mac Giolla Bhain, becoming a trusted inside source, often breaking club updates before traditional news outlets, has now shared an update from one of his contacts within the club who state that there ‘will be changes’.
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Indeed, this club information allegedly comes from a contact close to Celtic majority shareholder and business tycoon Dermot Desmond, and the inside source has explained that change is on the horizon in relation to the Hoops’ current situation.
Celtic remain 11 points behind arch rivals Rangers in the SPFL table but have two games in hand, with manager Lennon hoping for a swift turn around as his side prepare to face St. Johnstone on Sunday.
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TalkSPORT regular Gabriel Agbonlahor also recently claimed that Lennon is facing a ‘massive risk‘ of falling out with his players amid this run of form, having failed to secure victory over the last four matches in all competitions.
Whether or not this pledge for ‘changes’ behind the scenes is in relation to the manager’s job remains to be seen, but if Celtic continue to fall behind Rangers, questions will surely be asked.
As Sky Sports claim the board have chosen to back Lennon, he will need to turn things around sooner rather than later to prove this latest insider claim wrong.
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