Incoming Celtic CEO Dominic McKay appears to have completed one of his final pieces of business as part of Scottish Rugby, extending their deal with BT for another three years.
Today, we renew our long-standing partnership with Principal Partner @bt_uk, which will see us reach 10-years of working together to support rugby in Scotland. 🏴
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— Scottish Rugby (@Scotlandteam) April 7, 2021
Earlier in the week, it was revealed that McKay will be joining the club on the 19th of April, three months ahead of schedule to help join the planning going forward with such a huge rebuild within the club on the way.
With this announcement from the SRU, it looks as though McKay has completed his last piece of business before heading to begin his work at Parkhead alongside the board and the outgoing Peter Lawwell, who he will officially take over from on July 1st.
It makes perfect sense to bring the new CEO into the club a few months early, to work on things behind the scenes due to the amount of work the club has on our hands going into next season.
Fingers crossed the next announcement involving McKay is either a Director of Football or Eddie Howe being officially named as the next permanent boss of Celtic.