Enough is enough. Surely today’s League Cup defeat to Ross County is the final straw?

Celtic have hit a brick wall and it’s time to make a change.

I don’t know a Celtic supporter who doesn’t appreciate what Neil Lennon has done for the club over the last 20 years.

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The way he returned to the club after the departure of Brendan Rodgers will always be legendary. The way he captained the club and became an icon will always be legendary. All of his trophy wins are enshrined in history.

But the time is up and this Celtic team are clearly going nowhere fast under his management.

However, much like the selection of Scott Brown isn’t the player’s fault, Lennon’s continued employment is no longer on the Bhoys boss.

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This is now about the men above him who refuse to take action and are happy to see this shambles continue.

I feel sorry for the manager today. He shouldn’t be in this situation.

Chief Executive Peter Lawwell and largest shareholder Dermot Desmond should have already stepped in.

However, all we’ve heard this week is how much backing they have given to the man in the dugout after hurried Zoom calls and long chats.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon

Celtic manager Neil Lennon / (Photo by Craig Foy/SNS Group via Getty Images)

No surprise then that the tide of fan opinion is now escalating to turn against them, rather than Lennon himself.

Don’t get me wrong, the players who were dreadful against Ross County are also culpable for this mess. Lennon has to take his share of responsibility.


But only two men can now bring change to Celtic Park.

Thes fans have taken to Twitter this afternoon to share their thoughts on it all…

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