Date: 12th January 2021 at 12:07pm
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John Paul Taylor has tweeted that Celtic are committed to reviewing the progress of the club management.

Following angry protests outside the stadium after the home matches against Ross County and St Johnstone the club was under pressure with SACK THE BOARD banners and protests back in fashion.

Two statements were issued in just over a week with the introductions of David Turnbull and Ismaila Soro helping results to pick up even though it took penalty kicks to see off Hearts to win the Scottish Cup.

After less than a fortnight 2021 has been a disaster of unimaginable proportions with a derby defeat at Ibrox, a disastrous training trip to Dubai followed by a shadow squad drawing at home with Hibs.

Supporter unrest has never been higher with Liaison Officer Taylor the public face of the club.

On December 7 Celtic stated:

Whilst it has been suggested that it is time for a change, at this stage in the season the Board believes that Neil and his management team are best placed to turn the team’s performances around and lead us on to success. The Board continues to work closely with Neil and his team to support them as they seek to do so and progress will be reviewed in the new year.

Last season Celtic started their Season Ticket Renewal campaign in March, with fans unlikely to have set foot inside Celtic Park for a year and the club apparently detached from the fan-base next season’s Renewal campaign will have to be something special.