Date: 2nd May 2021 at 7:52pm
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After yet another gutless and disastrous performance in the Glasgow Derby, Celtic fans are now left to ponder what exactly is going on at the club. It’s almost ten weeks since Neil Lennon left Celtic and since then, there has been nothing from Peter Lawwell, Dermot Desmond or the new Chief Executive Dominic McKay.

Granted McKay has only been in the position for two weeks but even then, there has been nothing from the new man. Not a peep. And all the while the club seems to lurch from one disaster to the next. Two Glasgow Derby defeats, no trophies and allowing multi million pound players contracts to run down make a mockery of the club and the fans and STILL there is nothing but silence from the board.

Speaking on The Go Radio Football Show, ex Celtic legend, Davie Provan was stinging in his criticism of the board and the C.E.O. for their lack of communication with the fans, “It is time that Dominic McKay levelled with the supporters.  Where is the club going?  Who’s coming in?  Dominic McKay speaks the corporate language. He talks about customers. Well it’s time the customers got a stare on where the business is going next season”

“All they have to do is communicate with the supporters who have been left completely in the dark. All the supporters want is a signal from the people who run the club or where the club is going from here.

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“There’s obviously going to be massive change. I think I think the supporters, they have to take it on the chin that Rangers have wiped the floor with them this season.

“All they want is a sign that the club has a plan and it’s up to Dominic McKay, as far as I can see, as the man who’s going to be running the football club in behalf of Dermot Desmond. Level with the supporters and basically tell the supporters what the plan is for next season.”

Provan hits the nail on the head. With the shambolic nature of this season, the fans are frustrated and are now starting to DEMAND answers. It’s up to Dom McKay to provide them starting from next week and announcing who the new manager will be.

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