NEIL LENNON has reacted to Celtic dropping more points and making four games without a win and only seven wins in twenty-two.
The manager claims he’s been worried for his job for a while but believes his past record should preclude him from being sacked in the near future.
After 2-2 draw with Livingston, Neil Lennon tells @BBCSportsound “I’ve been concerned about my position for a long time but I’ve won 5 trophies out of 6. There was an expectancy to win 10 in a row but it was never going to be easy.” #Celtic pic.twitter.com/WYQJ2H8MGr
— Chris McLaughlin (@BBCchrismclaug) January 20, 2021
Now, there’s a difference between not winning ten in a row, and not even challenging for ten in a row.
The manager has nothing left to give this Celtic team. Things run their course and we have to deal with the here and now. Celtic need to shift to something different and start building for next season so this season is only a blip.
We have no right to win every trophy and every league but there has to be something better than this. The Celtic manager won’t accept this and looks like he will need to be pushed if he is to leave his post.