The Green Brigade unveil yet another protest banner outside Celtic Park

By John McGinley

June 6, 2021

The Green Brigade have unveiled another protest banner outside Celtic Park.

For the third time in successive days, North Curve Celtic’s Twitter account posted a picture protesting the managerial situation.

Chief Executive Peter Lawwell and prominent shareholder Dermot Desmond were included on days one and two.

Today it was the turn of chairman Iain Bankier, a figure who fans rarely hear from.

Celtic’s wait for a new manager goes on following Neil Lennon’s resignation more than 100 days ago. Ange Postecoglou is heavily reported to be on the verge of being appointed.

However, the club have yet to comment. As we discussed earlier, it could still be weeks until Postecoglou is in the country, even if he’s announced over the coming days.

Celtic return for pre-season training later this month, with Champions League qualifiers arriving in July.

The club appear to be extraordinarily unprepared for the coming campaign. The multiple loan players at the club have returned to their parent sides, key players are on the verge of an exit and the squad needed strengthening from last year anyway.

It’s all a bit of a shambles regardless of your thoughts on Postecoglou.

Easy to understand why The Green Brigade are so upset and continuing with their campaign.

In other news, Hatayspor don’t mention Celtic as one of the contenders to sign Aaron Boupendza.