Celtic fans were asked to go into their pockets in the summer for FULL PRICE season tickets with no guarantee they’d get back in the stadium for any game.
As we sit in January, we know now that’s just not going to happen.
The Dubai trip and 13 player isolation has added insult to injury but the contempt the board have treated the fans with this season has been outrageous.
The downsizing of the club has been apparent, jamming Neil Lennon’s managerial appointment into a treble treble victory 30 minutes after the full time whistle.
This season, the writing was on the wall early if you wanted to see it. However, the fans woke game by game to the debacle in front of us. When Celtic fans asked for change, we had quotes in papers from sources branding us entitled.
The Champions League exit, the Europa League shambles, the derby defeat at Parkhead, knocked out of the League cup at home to Ross County; all this was on the table before the Neil Lennon and Peter Lawwell planned to go to Dubai during a global pandemic.
Taking an injured player to an intense training camp, he contracts the virus and the knock-on from that slams the door shut on any comeback Celtic thought they could make.
We can’t fault too many players on Monday night, but we should have seen that game out. We haven’t we have thirteen of our first team players sitting at home due to our own ridiculous decisions. It’s time for a change! NOW!
Where is our majority shareholder to hold the manager and chief executive to account. We have backed the club, we are being ignored.
They don’t engage with the support, they talk at the support through statements and media pals. It’s not good enough.