The Celtic fans have roared to life on social media after responding to a club tweet on the match report against Dundee United today.

The league championship race is now over after Rangers’ win was officially confirmed. It’s the first time Celtic have failed to win Scotland’s top honour since 2011.

There was always going to be a season in which the league wasn’t won. We were never going to dominate until the end of time, and supporters respected that. However, the Hoops support have also been singing about winning the 10 for years. It’s forever been the holy grail, and the fact it’s been allowed to pass us by so shamefully isn’t on.

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It’s why supporters are so agitated about how this campaign has gone. Just losing it would’ve been bad enough. But the manner in which we’ve effectively handed the title to our rivals is simply degrading.

It’s also why many outside the club can’t understand our frustration. It’s why we get labelled entitled, and it’s why others get confused as to why one title loss in 10 has us so irked.

Nobody can truly understand what this season meant to us outside of ourselves. It was everything. For this board to throw it away by refusing to sack a manager so incompetent that the league was gone by December beggars belief.

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Celtic fans let down again today; club only has itself to blame

Celtic sit an absolutely scandalous 20 points behind Rangers. Yes, they’ve only slipped up four times and fair play to them for that. But we haven’t helped ourselves with a lack of pressure placed on our rivals. The Hoops have failed to win 12 of our 32 games this term. We’ve lost both of our derby matches and failed to win at grounds such as Easter Road, Pittodrie, Ibrox, and Tannadice. Results like those lose you titles.

Today was just yet another insult to the fan-base. Only securing a point against United in Tayside in a relatively pressure-free game sums us up. Having a total of 27 shots and failing to score from one of them tells its own story regarding our profligacy.

Neil Lennon may have been sacked a couple of weeks ago. The truth is it was three months too late. For many, they’ll say it was around five months too late in truth. The fact is, throwing Kennedy into the mix was always going to be an exercise of hope.

The Celtic board will have been praying Kennedy managed a run of eight consecutive wins and a Scottish Cup. It likely would’ve eased a touch of pressure and brought back some pride to the club. In the end, it’s likely going to be shown up for what it is – one last throw at winning some supporters back.

Unfortunately for the club, today’s 0-0 draw at Tannadice and the subseuqent surrendering of the title have led to some angry responses. The supporters have come out again to voice their disapproval on the result and season overall. Here’s a look at some of the responses to today’s official match report from the club:


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In other news, John Kennedy has refused to entertain a question on providing a guard of honour.

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