After watching his side lose at home for the sixth time this season Neil Lennon declared today’s defeat from St Mirren as his lowest point as Celtic boss.
It is quite a charge sheet but with his side 23 points behind in the SPFL Premiership Lennon decided to put the focus on himself rather than provide fans with answers with the vast majority wanting him to step down and follow Peter Lawwell out the door.
? “I would say it’s the lowest point of my management here”
— Clyde 1 Superscoreboard (@ClydeSSB) January 30, 2021
Early on Friday morning a statement was released announcing that Lawwell would be stepping down on June 30 with Dominic McKay, currently with SRU, taking over the following day.
This season’s feeble attempt at defending the SPFL title has turned into a car crash but unless Lawwell steps in or McKay’s appointment is brought forward it looks like getting worse before there are any signs of things getting better.
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) January 30, 2021