It’s another damaging result for Celtic and this one threatens to see us fall even further behind Rangers at the top of the Scottish Premiership.

We could only manage a 2-2 draw against Hibs at Easter Road.

It all started to go badly wrong in the second half when Scott Brown conceded a penalty after a ludicrous challenge on the edge of the box.

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Jamie Murphy banged in an initially saved spot-kick, then would punish Celtic further by setting up Kevin Nisbet for the second.

A spirited fightback would arrive from Celtic but, frankly, it was too little too late. A draw isn’t good enough.

Rangers play Aberdeen at Ibrox tomorrow and will be expected to move 11 points ahead, having played two games more.

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To date, I’ve called for calm when it comes to Neil Lennon’s future.

On the 67 Hail Hail website we’ve tried to shy away from the extreme reaction when things haven’t gone our way this season.

Some of our writers have already had enough and I am arriving at the same conclusion. I think we need a change in management in order to salvage anything from this season.

If the board don’t act quickly, this could end up a season of real regret, with ten-in-a-row and history on the line.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon

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

This isn’t just about today. It’s about the series of terrible results throughout the campaign so far. From Ferencvaros to Rangers to Sparta Prague. It has simply not been good enough.

Surely there is enough evidence now. Nothing is going to change at Celtic without serious action.

 

It’s not the ideal scenario. I would like nothing more than to see the manager lift number ten. But everything is slipping away.

Some may still feel like those calling for his exit are overreacting, but for me, it’s a pretty logical conclusion at this point.

These fans have taken to social media today to share their thoughts…

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