Neil Lennon and his players saluted the Green Brigade after they were invited in to Lennoxtown to display their support for the 9-in-a-row champions.
Back in March the Celtic boss led his players around Celtic Park after a 5-0 win over St Mirren not knowing that it would be the last interaction of the season.
Within a month of the season coming to a halt it was clear that there would be no resumption with the chances of playing in front of supporters even further off.
— North Curve Celtic (@NCCeltic) October 16, 2020
In pre-seaspn there were crowds of less than 5,000 fans in Lyon and Paris as the players prepared for a new norm- since getting back to Scotland there has been one Trial Match at Ross County with 300 carefully selected fans watching the visitors run out 5-0 victors.
Social media interaction hasn’t been the greatest this season with an army of cyber experts out in force looking to micro-analyse every decision, every tactic and team selection.
Some performances have been hard on the eyes, Riga away springs to mind but Lennon is a manager in touch with the support and would have been central to the scenes at Lennoxtown this morning on the eve of a match that every fan is willing the hoops to deliver in.