Date: 14th January 2021 at 2:45pm
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Celtic journalist Michael Gannon has been sharing his thoughts on the current situation at the Parkhead club and their long-term plan for the future. 

This comes after Gannon recently made an appearance on the Record Celtic Podcast where he spoke about a number of topics concerning the Hoops.

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On the subject of the club’s plan for the long-term, after this season ends, Gannon had this to say on the matter.

He said: “There are question marks about the structure of the club. I know there have been attempts to restructure the whole way it works behind the scenes, so there are massive changes, but everything has been built up to this 10 in a row – but what about beyond?

“What is the plan beyond 10 in a row – that’s what we need to find out now – because 10 in a row is gone, I mean, the league’s done. The Scottish Cup might not survive this season either, so that might be one to worry about a bit later on, so they maybe need to start thinking now what is the long-term plan, because at the moment they’re kind of stuck, they’re kind of floating just now, Celtic.

“They’re going nowhere, it’s not just the squad’s isolating, the whole club is isolating.”

So far this season, Celtic have crashed out of the Champions League, Europa League and have fallen 21 points behind Rangers in the SPFL table.

TIF Thoughts on Michael Gannon’s comments on Celtic’s long-term plan…

Given how Celtic have been knocked out of both the Champions League and Europa League and fallen quite a way behind Rangers at the top of the SPFL table, maybe it would be better for the hierarchy at the Parkhead club to start looking ahead at the future to see where the club can go after this current season ends.

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Also, with some fans calling for current Hoops boss Neil Lennon to be sacked from his position as the manager of the team, this could be one potential area the club could look to change at the end of the season.