Celtic boss Neil Lennon has disclosed that his transfer plans are ‘up in the air’ as the football shutdown begins, the Daily Record reports.
With no games on for the foreseeable future, the Hoops boss has admitted that he will not be able to scout players due to the fact that all games are off.
The Hoops boss went as far as to admit that he may be forced to watch films of old players such as Stanley Matthews!
“Who are we going to watch?”
“Everything is up in the air at the moment, recruitment, the lot. I mean, who are we going to watch? All of the games are off” Lennon said, as quoted by the Daily Record.
“We are going to end up watching the old black and white reels of Stanley Matthews.”
The situation is certainly unprecedented in the game, and it will be difficult for Lennon and his players to find stuff to do in the meantime.
Good to see Hoops boss being so honest
Still, it is good to see the Hoops boss being brutally honest about what is going to happen in the future, it is better to do that with fans than pretend that he knows what is going to happen.
Hopefully football resumes one way or another this season, but at the moment that could be a long way-off from happening.
No doubt Celtic will keep the fans updated about the situation which could change rapidly. However, for the moment, all of Celtic’s plans for the weeks and months ahead will have to be cancelled, as the shutdown begins.