Once again, after a major defeat Celtic have fallen silent, not a story or tweet to share with supporters.
After crashing out of the Champions League to Cluj in August the club went into lockdown, after the match report and one interview with Neil Lennon it was silence, not a word, nothing to offer as fans (customers) discuss and debate issues online.
Last night the club provided a match report, throughout today nothing was added to the website. The ladies’ team has had plenty of publicity recently but there has been no mention of Sunday’s match away to Spartans at Ainslie Park in the League Cup.
On Twitter there is a link to the Celtic TV after match interview with Neil Lennon, nothing since.
Some words from Peter Lawwell would probably be too much to hope for, some promises that plans are underway to bring a halt to European exits to clubs such as AEK Athens, Cluj and Copenhagen. Three clubs with probably less than half the wage bill and turnover of Celtic.
Saturday is generally a slow day on the internet but come Sunday fans will be eager for team-news with Ryan Christie and Jeremie Frimpong expected to come into the side to face St Johnstone in the Scottish Cup.