Celtic’s twitter account has gone into hiding on the back of the Champions League defeat from Cluj.
Around 11pm last night they published a video interview with Neil Lennon while it was all kicking off over a tweet liked by Scott Brown.
????? Neil Lennon speaking after #CELCLU at Celtic Park.
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) August 13, 2019
Was just flicking through Twitter must of touched the button by accident.. Not my style to slag anyone off on Twitter. I am fully behind the manager and all the players are as well. If anyone should be getting a slagging or a abuse it’s all on me tonight as didn’t perform. Sorry
— Scott Brown (@ScottBrown8) August 13, 2019
At 10.30 am this morning the twitter account hadn’t surfaced to communicate with supporters who were suffering and hurting from another early Champions League exit.
No details have been shared about next week’s Europa League Play Off tie, no information is being shared about how to buy tickets for Saturday’s Betfred Cup tie at home to Dunfermline.
It has become cliched in the social media age to give it the old ‘we go again’ after a defeat but last night’s defeat seemed inevitable, almost self inflicted, a repeat of last season and previous failings.
Across Glasgow Lennon, McGregor, Brown, Sinclair and Bain are trending. Over 600,000 fans are waiting for the message coming out of the bunker this morning, and it’s not about where they can buy the fetching silver and pink third strip.