Celtic fans looking for a development on the managerial front look certain to be disappointed.
An international break would appear to be the ideal time to make some changes but according to the club’s Supporter Liaison Officer there is nothing in the pipeline.
Tomorrow will mark a month since Neil Lennon’s resignation was announced but from the outside there has been little sign that the club knows who will be in charge next season.
Not that I’m aware of at the moment
— Celtic FC SLO (@CelticFCSLO) March 22, 2021
Eddie Howe, Rafa Benitez and Steve Clarke have all had flurries of speculation that they would be taking over but the interest quickly fizzled out. Last week Jesse Marsch of RB Salzburg went through a similar process before appearing to rule himself out.
With Peter Lawwell retiring at the end of June there appears to be a power vacuum at the club with Chairman Ian Bankier hardly cutting an inspiring figure.
Martin O’Neill provided some amusement and entertainment on Sky Sports yesterday but all the signs suggest that John Kennedy will be in charge in a fortnight’s time when Celtic begin their defence of the Scottish Cup at home to Falkirk or Arbroath.