Date: 27th November 2020 at 3:00pm
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Celtic fans reacted with a mix of despair and anger to news that Neil Lennon, Peter Lawwell and Dermot Desmond had held a conference call and decided that all was well within the club.

News that the three men are trying to find solutions and held a productive conversation is the language of a faceless conversation and not a tonic to a support that has watched a historic season unravel at an incredible rate.

Lennon has been the most obvious target for criticism on the back of two wins from nine matches but it is now very clear that he has the complete backing of the two key men at the club.

Neither Lawwell or Desmond are fond of speaking directly to supporters despite a range of club platforms, with each passing day it seems that they are more out of touch with the 50,000 fans that bought season tickets and the thousands more than have been buying kit and merchandise to keep the club bubbling along.

It is unprecedented to have Celtic fans demanding a change in management at this stage of the season. With no obvious replacement or caretaker on the market it looks like Lennon will continue starting with Sunday’s Betfred Cup tie at home to Ross County.