Celtic’s AGM will take place on Monday next week and the board will not have to face a room full of any shareholders and supporters because of the current pandemic restrictions.
Instead, everything will be done online and questions will be screened by the board with only a selection making it to the floor.
This has the recipe to be one of the most tumultuous AGMs in Celtic’s history had it been the usual in-person setup.
Now it looks like it will be diluted.
Celtic and Peter Lawwell won’t be able to dodge all the questions but there will be no surprises.
On the agenda?
- The board continuing to go against the grain when it comes to the managerial setup.
- There has been online rumours of Peter Lawwell announcing his retirement for the end of the season but we’ve heard nothing concrete.
- The state of the club’s finances and if January sales will be necessary.
As usual, we will be covering what goes on during the AGM and will give you the bullet points.
It’s going to be very interesting. Especially because there’s a game against Kilmarnock on Sunday, if another loss or draw was to occur, the ill-feeling gets ramped up that little bit more.