The Green Brigade have taken a parting shot at outgoing Celtic Chief Executive Peter Lawwell with stickers and posters plastered around Celtic Park.

The North Curve Celtic Twitter account posted the images this morning.

Lawwell has received plaudits from Neil Lennon, Scott Brown, Dermot Desmond and other club figures over the last 24 hours.

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Some supporters have even wished him well as he prepares to depart the club.

However, the latest Green Brigade action shows there is still a strength of negative feeling amongst sections of the Celtic support about Lawwell.


The Chief Executive has overseen a period of immense trophy success over the last 17 years, but some of his actions have been controversial for supporters.

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The capitulation of this season, as we went for ten-in-a-row, is no doubt still hurting some fans too. Lawwell takes a portion of the blame for that.

Lawwell’s legacy will likely be looked kindly upon in the years to come. Right now, though, tensions are still running high.

This is the environment new CEO Dominic McKay is coming into this July. As a long-term season ticket holder, he’ll at least know the culture and strength of feeling amongst the support before he arrives.

Celtic Green Brigade Peter Lawwell

Peter Lawwell has had a difficult relationship with The Green Brigade during his time as Celtic CEO / (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Hopefully, the future Celtic decision-makers can take a more modern approach with their relationship to supporters.

There’s been an air of arrogance and secrecy about Celtic for years. It’s time to break down those walls and reach out to the diverse and passionate Celtic fanbase.

In other news, Celtic youngster Scott Robertson has moved on loan to Doncaster Rovers.

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