Whatever sugar-coating the club wishes to apply the message from a majority of supporters is unchanged- they want change.
Peter Lawwell will retire at the end of the season, there is suggestions of a new set up with a Director of Football but until the departure of Neil Lennon is confirmed a sizeable chunk of supporters are hostile to anything coming out of the club.
When Season Tickets were bought they came with a promise of Added Value. That has still to be defined with the club out of three cup competitions before the end of November, suffering four consecutive home defeats for the first time since the fifties with the SPFL virtually out of reach on January 2.
Last week Ian Bankier decided to publish a message to supporters- with Lennon and the same old faces in place the club faces a very hard sell when it comes to renewing Season Tickets for next term.
“We must get back to winning ways”, the most over used phrase at Celtic this season…
— Cú Chullain (@paddyb53) February 23, 2021
Can’t stress how uninterested I am in hearing/reading the same meaningless quotes we’ve been fed by Lennon, Brown, and Callum McGregor all season (plus occasional appearances to say the same from Kris Ajer, Shane Duffy, Greg Taylor, Ryan Christie etc). Get him out or be quiet. pic.twitter.com/PyNYqlMxAu
— Marc McArdle (@marcmcardle1) February 23, 2021
Been hearing this stuff since October.
— JL (@jameslovesye) February 23, 2021
@gigpod Celtic Bingo ?
— The Celtic End Podcast? (@TheCelticEndPod) February 23, 2021
Focus on the opposition at set pieces for once.
— Kev (@kev_b_) February 23, 2021
Focus on removing the embarrassment of a manager. pic.twitter.com/oWk71WDwwk
— Gerrard O’Neill (@GerrardONeill) February 23, 2021
You’ve been quiet.
— Chairman Lmao ? (@BenTheTim) February 23, 2021
Been saying the exact same stuff since the season started ????
— roy (@Airthreycastle3) February 23, 2021
— greenhillsbhoy (@Paulmullen4) February 23, 2021