NEIL LENNON spoke after the draw with St Johnstone this evening and showed no signs he will walk away from the position as Celtic manager.
The club dropped more points and trail the league leaders by thirteen points.
Ther same insipid performance from the same team he continues to put out while not giving others a chance have failed again.
Here are his comments after the game when he spoke to BBC Sportsound.
We need to turn it around very quickly.
We need a spark. Just have to work through it.
We have personality in the dressing room and they're not showing that.
Do I feel it's over for me?
I don't know. Can I turn it around, yes, will I get that chance. Not sure.
— CeltsAreHere (@HereCelts) December 6, 2020
Celtic are in a bad way and are in need of real leadership from the touchline and from the board. We’re yet to see either this season and it has become desperate. Supporters have been alienated, the board have not stepped up and have even patronised us in the process.
Can we see something from the club which is positive in the next 48 hours? We doubt it.
Second place at the moment looks like a challenge, never mind anything else. In such a historic season, we have blown it and we’ve been slowly sleepwalking into this position since the summer and even before that if we’re honest.