Two high profile Celtic fans took to social media this morning as fans become polarised over recent results and performances.
Paul John Dykes hosts the Celtic State of Mind Podcast and stated the case for management change during his Monday lunchtime show.
Detailing a number of issues at the club from Boli Bolingoli to leaks and Leigh Griffiths he painted a worrying picture of events off the field impacting results on the pitch. Asking co-host Kevin Graham to list the three best performances of the season struck a chord.
I made a generic statement about maniacs and bottlers. Seen all this sh*t before when old Rangers going for 10. Cool heads, focus and unity is required rather than hysteria, naivety and ignorance.
— David Low (@Heavidor) October 27, 2020
David Low recently took over as the head of the Celtic Trust and attempted to play down concerns over recent events.
The points total so far is in line with recent seasons, the team is two matches away from a fourth treble but even the most optimistic fan will admit that it is a hard watch following the club at the moment.
By and large the fans are no longer influenced by old media, Twitter has been very passionate over the last fortnight- the next fortnight will be telling for Neil Lennon with wins over Aberdeen and at Motherwell essential to keep the team on course domestically as supporters grow increasingly concerned over the direction the season is taking.