Forty-eight hours after they announced that 13 players had been forced to self isolate there has been no follow up comment from Celtic.
On the day that Chris Jullien was announced as returning a positive test all of Scottish football below the top two divisions was put into Lockdown with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon firing fresh warnings about the privlidges enjoyed by elite athletes.
Gavin Strachan, Scott Brown and Stephen Welsh have been interviewed by the club hierarchy has remained silent with no comment beyond a statement defending the Dubai trip.
It’s Wednesday and there’s still been no Celtic apology – or even any acknowledgment of wrongdoing. Their supporters bought season tickets, knowing there’s a chance they won’t see a game in this campaign – essentially a donation of around £25m. They deserve so much better.
— Anthony Joseph (@AnthonyRJoseph) January 13, 2021
In most circumstances Celtic can rely on a significant element of their support backing the club to the hilt but there has barely been anyone outside the club prepared to back the decision to go to Dubai.
Celtic’s next media activity is expected to be on Friday when Gavin Strachan and a player will preview the home match against Livingston.