Many Celtic supporters have flocked to social media in order to respond to a Twitter post from sports journalist Ronnie Charters, in which he shared some footage of the players being ‘escorted out’ of Parkhead following their disappointing draw with St. Johnstone.
The visitors took the lead through Chris Kane but fortunately for Neil Lennon, his side responded shortly afterwards through Mohamed Elyounoussi to ensure they at least earned themselves a point (as per BBC Sport).
In his post, the journalist described the Celtic squad as ‘despondent’ and reported that they were met outside the stadium by angry supporters ‘booing and confronting’ the group when they left.
How have these fans responded to Ronnie Charters’ post on the Celtic squad?
heartbreaking stuff this. win lose or draw HH
— Peter mcginty (@Squintybhoy) December 7, 2020
— ArmchairCeltic (@CelticArmchair) December 6, 2020
Good it’s what they deserve. Wage thieves
— The Coddfather (@coddy84) December 6, 2020
— Damian McGaughey (@Poland1976) December 6, 2020
Do the fans have a right to make their feelings known outside the stadium?
Every single one of them you hang there heads in shame https://t.co/JV9z9m5AJe
— MR T ™? ? (@tmcglad36) December 6, 2020
scott brown looks absolutely done in with all this. he was the same last week when he was chucked in front of the cameras for celtic tv and basically got told what to say. https://t.co/EA9jAu7JNt
— Hez (@Hez_cfc67) December 6, 2020
All of them deserve fans derision
— Andy Mullen (@AndrewJMullen) December 6, 2020
It’s clear from the above responses that these fans are unhappy with their team’s recent displays, with some even suggesting that the players might have deserved to receive the reception they faced outside of the stadium.
Lennon’s side now sit 13 points behind rivals Rangers and in our view, unless they turn their form around sooner rather than later, they will struggle to win their tenth successive Scottish Premiership title this season.