It’s now official!

Dominic McKay will take on his new role at Celtic later this month.

The new chief executive’s SRU contract did not finish until the end of June at which point McKay was scheduled to move to Celtic at the start of July.

It would have left the McKay playing catch up as Celtic embark on a Champions League qualifying campaign and SPFL season opener less than a month after his scheduled arrival.

Now he has time to sit down, assess and more importantly be given the proper handoff by outgoing CEO Peter Lawwell.

The current chief exec will step down after 18 years in charge at the club. Celtic fans have had their ups and downs with Lawwell. In Europe we’ve been found wanting a lot but domestically we have dominated.

McKay’s remit will be to run the club efficiently and help a new manager with what he needs to regain the SPFL title.


  1. Great, now it could be the How, Dick and Dom show.
    Let the festivities begin. And keep the sea shanties to a minimum
    Well for now.

  2. Great move by Mr Desmond what a c kay has in business and sport matters he will bring in a lot of new idea and sponsors Mr lawell should get a good send off last season was a bummer no man has to show respect to agents to get negotiating over line can’t compete with English money so if they want to play in a wonderful stadium with unbelievable atmosphere you will still be a millionaire and enjoy a unique experience then celtic your team they will only make you a better player having celtiv me on your c v anit


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