While the club keep a distance behind website statements or a Q and A with Dermot Desmond the Interim Manager has the job of fronting up to the media and fans before and after matches.
If truth be told Saturday’s match at home to Livingston carries little interest to Celtic fans, this season has long been gone with even a fifth successive Scottish Cup triumph viewed as little more than a consolation prize.
John Kennedy has called for patience with regards to naming a new Celtic manager.
“Do you bring in a manager or name a manager right now that’s not quite right for the sake of a season book, or do they make sure they make the right decision long term.”@STVSport for more. pic.twitter.com/Q61zOoogmZ
— Ronnie Charters (@STVRonnie) April 8, 2021
Big changes are expected but Neil Lennon resigned more than six weeks ago with little outward sign of a successor. In contrast Chelsea had Thomas Tuchel installed within 48 hours of sacking Frank Lampard.
CEO in waiting Dom McKay arrives on April 19 ahead of his July 1 appointment but it’s the man in the dug-out that fans are waiting for rather than the new face in the boardroom.