NEIL LENNON has confirmed he had a long zoom meeting with the CEO Peter Lawwell and the majority shareholder Dermot Desmond today and BOTH have expressed their FULL SUPPORT for the Irishman and his ability to turn things around.
The Celtic manager has come under heavy scrutiny this season for the club’s below-par performance in the SPFL and Europe.
We have already crashed out of the Europa League with only four games played, we’re eleven points behind in the title race with two games in hand and we show no signs of being able to recover the situation or turn the corner.
This has led to many Celtic fans looking for a change in manager. No disrespect to Neil Lennon but many believe he’s in over his head this time and can’t find the solutions that he’s been able to before.
This feels different from any time he’s had at the club, it feels like everything is slipping away. If the board are concerned, they aren’t showing it and the silent backing from Desmond will mean the manager will continue on.
.@CelticFC boss Neil Lennon has had long zoom call with Peter Lawwell and Dermot Desmond and are “totally united, totally together..I have their full support”.
— Ronnie Esplin (@RonnieEsplin) November 27, 2020