Celtic’s digital media team appears to have gone into hiding after the Champions League exit to Cluj.
Social media has been full of criticism since the 4-3 defeat on Tuesday night at the hands of the Romanian champions.
After Scott Brown liked a tweet that was critical of Neil Lennon it took more than an hour for an explanation to appear with the club apparently under siege.
During Wednesday just three tweets appeared on the official twitter account, today that was down to a single tweet- a picture of the team in 1903 that switched from stripes to hoops.
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) August 15, 2019
The club website has also been in lock-down, not a single article or news item has been published over the last two days.
On Tuesday TEN items appeared on the club website, the day before NINE stories were published ranging from ESPORTS to booking up your Christmas Party with a 10% discount.
In his personal capacity but reminding folk that he is Head TV & Digital Media of Celtic Gerry McCulloch hasn’t shared anything with his 33,000 followers since issuing a reminder on Tuesday that the game was on Celtic TV.
Kerry Keenan, Celtic’s Head of Marketing & Multimedia was quick to share Brown’s correction but other than retweeting from Daft Limmy a comment about Simon Cowell she too has fallen silent.
Even the Chief Executive of the Celtic Foundation, Tony Hamilton hasn’t gone near twitter to update his 41,000 followers.