Supporters of Celtic have flocked to a tweet from the club which shares an announcement regarding the club’s launch of the limited edition Adidas x range.
It’s safe to say that this didn’t exactly gain the greatest of responses from the Hoops faithful as they dropped a number of negative comments under the post.
Of course, with protests being planned ahead of today’s Scottish Premiership clash against Kilmarnock, it’s safe to say that some fans probably aren’t in the right frame of mind to be helping the club out financially by purchasing something from the online store, which is evident in their replies.
No thanks. At 10grand a day our CEO can find someone else to fleece to pay his salary.
— ????? ??????????? (@Timmy12Trees) December 11, 2020
One decent result and you drop this, Jesus wept! ??
— Tori Zarkuntz (@peeriebhoy) December 11, 2020
Don't give them a penny!#sacktheboard
— Craig Paterson (@Craig_P87) December 11, 2020
Some nerve .
— DB (@DB86_) December 11, 2020
Good luck with this. I’ll be giving it a miss.
What an absolute joke of a club.
— Guds (@_Guds) December 11, 2020
Many fans directly ridiculed the club’s official statement from last week, which said that they would review the manager’s situation in January.
I’ll review the situation in January
— Pol MacFhionnghaile ????????? (@mcginleybhoy) December 11, 2020
Like you I will review it in January
— LindaGrace1967 (@FFriday55) December 11, 2020
I will review this option on the 2nd of January 2021
— Aontroim Pól (@Paularm91098877) December 12, 2020
The Hoops have only won three of their last 13 games in all competitions, but a win today against Kilmarnock could perhaps restore some faith after Neil Lennon’s side picked up an impressive win in the Europa League against Lille last time out, despite already finding themselves out of the competition.
But, one thing that is sure is that the club certainly haven’t helped themselves with this latest marketing post amid current unrest for some fans at Parkhead.