BRENDAN RODGERS looks a man confused and bereft of ideas as to why his Celtic side has gone from Champs to chumps so early in the season.
However, the Irishman is not throwing in the towel – far from it.
When Celtic are on a winning run of form the Celtic manager does not get carried away and now they’re struggling for the first time in his tenure he refuses to go over the top BUT he did say something very interesting after the Kilmarnock defeat.
With six games gone, Celtic are in sixth place scoring only six goals and have a lower point total than The Rangers and Livingston.
The Celtic gaffer proclaimed, let’s see where we are after ten.
“We look at it after ten games,”
“We never get too carried away when winning and we won’t get carried away when we’re in the position we are. There’s no doubt we have to be better.
“It hasn’t been great but we have to accept that. We’re the only ones who can make it better and get more consistent results.”
It’s a rather peculiar thing to say, if Celtic are still struggling after ten games, what happens?
Is he setting himself or his faltering players a deadline?