The Celtic Revolution is well underway with Neil Lennon beating Peter Lawwell to the exit door.
Last night The Sun broke the news that his two year tenure as manager was over, at 7am this morning a statement to the Stock Market revealed that Lennon had resigned from the job that he had been planning a rebuild on as recently as Sunday night.
Dom McKay will take over from Peter Lawwell but key football decisions have to be taken to ensure that every day of pre-season training is used to gear the club up for the 2021/22 season.
Replacing Lennon is key but who makes that decision is just as important with Lawwell’s influence finally at an end.
Whether it is a Director of Football or some other title a new face has to come in to take responsibility for that side of the club while McKay sticks to the business side to generate funds for the team.
Lawwell will retire to be replaced by the SRU’s Dominic McKay as chief executive at the end of the season. Already interviewing for a newly created role of Sporting Director, Celtic’s summer of change will continue with the appointment of a new head coach to replace Lennon