One video captured the mood of Celtic as around 300 fans braved horrible weather to register their message of BACK THE TEAM, SACK THE BOARD.
Starved of live football for nine months the site of the team coming off the bus to go into the stadium was like a throw back to the old norm for the protesting fans.
Temporary, the anger aimed at the so-called custodians on the board slipped aside as the players were given a rousing welcome to their troubled workplace.
Celtic fans getting behind the team as the bus pulls into Celtic Park. pic.twitter.com/XOydIyTeoA
— Ryan Maher (@RyanMaherSTV) December 13, 2020
The barricades seem to come and go with the hierarchy appearing more and more distant but the 300 or so protestors showed their passion and concern for the position that the club is in.
Next Sunday the same fans could be celebrating a Quadruple Treble but they’re not fooled by the direction that this season is heading in.
In previous seasons European set-backs haven’t impacted on domestic form but five home defeats and three cup exits before the end of November show more than a trend.
Hopefully the team can continue their recent upturn in results but while the same faces sit in the board-room the cries for change from many fans isn’t going to wither away.