Date: 15th January 2021 at 11:10am
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Fans of Celtic have been reacting to a post on Twitter, in which the club confirmed the rescheduling of their league clash against St. Mirren.

In the post, the official Celtic Twitter account confirmed that their Scottish Premiership game against St. Mirren has been brought forward from 3rd March to 30th January.

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Both the Hoops and St. Mirren have played 20 league games this season, three fewer than some other sides in the Scottish top flight.

For Celtic, the game against the Buddies is a must-win fixture, as is likely every other league game they play over the remainder of the season, as Neil Lennon’s side currently trail league leaders Rangers by 21 points, albeit with three games in hand on their Old Firm rivals.

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So, what did these Celtic fans have to say in reaction to the rescheduling of their club’s fixture against St. Mirren?



“Oh great more dropped points can’t wait.”


“This isn’t Lawwell backing down”


“This will go well I bet”


“Lawwell and Lennon out by then pls x”


“How about we never play it. Saves us the embarrassment”


“Hopefully this will be the nail in board and management coffin.”


All in all, it would appear that the vast majority of these Celtic fans have lost quite a bit of faith in their side, with many rather sarcastically suggesting their club should do well against St. Mirren, while some are even hoping for an adverse result to bring the backroom changes they desire, amid plenty of talk surrounding the manager’s future this season.

Elsewhere, others called for the fixture to never be played as it would save them the embarrassment of losing – which just goes to show that all is not well for the Bhoys and their fans at present.