There are many questions being raised this season about how the Celtic board have not only conducted themselves in the hunt for a new manager, but also their lack of communication and seemingly disdain for the Celtic fanbase during last seasons attempt (or disaster) at ten in a row.
With Ange Postecoglou playing catch up in the transfer market, the signs NOW are looking good that the first team rebuild is in full swing.
But, former Celtic player, Davie Provan has taken a swing at the Celtic board and blasted them for being so unprepared for the Champions League qualifiers.
Speaking on The Go Radio Football Show, Provan said, “This as a systemic issue itself at Celtic now. Last year they signed six players in the summer and only two were ready to play in the Champions League qualifier against Ferencvaros.
“Six in and only two were ready to start that game. And it’s the same story every year and it’s the same story at the moment.
“Celtic are now walking a tightrope next week against Midtjylland, because they haven’t managed to get the quality in the door when it really mattered.
“And how this Celtic board, not only got away with the collapse last season, and their part in it and how they’re getting away with this again, I’ve no idea.
“The Celtics supporters should be asking questions on the people that are running the board.”
Damming but not something the supporters already didn’t know. A section of the Celtic supporters have been heaping pressure on the board for a number of months now, but that has been scaled back to allow the new manager to focus on rebuilding the team.
And Provan clearly hasn’t been paying attention.