1000’s of Celtic followers have protested outdoors their dwelling floor calling for under-fire boss Neil Lennon to be sacked.
Sunday’s disastrous 2-Zero defeat by the hands of Ross County has solely intensified the stress on Lennon following a dreadful run of type which has yielded simply two wins from their final 10 video games.
Ross Stewart’s 39th-minute penalty and Alex Iacovitti’s late header earned County a deserved second-round win to make sure Celtic’s run of home success will end this season.
And a few followers have seemingly seen sufficient, with disturbing footage showing on-line of supporters clashing with the Scottish authorities.
Lennon admitted after the sport that his board’s assist in him might now waver after this sort of consequence.
He confirmed: “In the event you maintain dropping video games, completely. There’s expectation at this membership, there’s a requirement for excellence and there’s a requirement for wins.
“I’m totally conscious of that and I’m not standing right here like a happy-clapper saying: ‘every part’s OK’.
“It’s not. However we’ll do all we will, if I’ve nonetheless received the chance to do this, to show issues round.
“I believe at the moment’s consequence wouldn’t have helped, put it that manner.”
Bhoys legend Chris Sutton condemned the protests made towards his former teammate, however posted a farewell message in direction of Lennon after the sport claiming he ‘can’t survive this’ – which you’ll be able to learn beneath…