Celtic’s inner command held a three-way Zoom call this morning on the back of the Europa League defeat from Sparta Prague.
Supporters have been screaming for change at the top of the club since the latest humiliation but it seems that there is no likelihood of change at the top of the club with Neil Lennon, Peter Lawwell and Dermot Desmond apparently in unison.
A run of two wins from nine matches has saw Celtic crash out of the Europa League with an 11 point gap opened up at the top of the SPFL table.
On its own that run of form would cause alarm but with the team constantly chopping and changing, new signings failing to make an impact and goals flying past Scott Bain and Vasilis Barkas there are plenty of reasons for supporters to be alarmed.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon had a zoom call with Dermot Desmond & Peter Lawwell this morning “trying to find solutions to what we can do better” says it was “a very productive conversation” & he has “their full support”.
— Alison Conroy (@AlisonGConroy) November 27, 2020
.@CelticFC boss Neil Lennon has had long zoom call with Peter Lawwell and Dermot Desmond and are “totally united, totally together..I have their full support”.
— Ronnie Esplin (@RonnieEsplin) November 27, 2020
With the executives of the club loathe to speak to fans it is left to Lennon to communicate through his own Zoom calls before and after matches.
On Sunday Celtic take on Ross County at home in the Betfred Cup.