Date: 25th February 2021 at 4:45pm
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Fans of Celtic have been reacting to a post on Twitter, which relayed footage of the Hoops’ first training session under interim manager, John Kennedy.

Following a rather catastrophic season, which has seen Celtic win 19, draw seven and lose four of their 30 league fixtures – results which have left the Bhoys 18 points behind their Old Firm rivals at the top of the table – it was announced on that Neil Lennon had resigned from his position as Celtic manager, with Lennon’ assistant, John Kennedy, being placed in charge of the Hoops on an interim basis.

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However, after Celtic shared footage on Twitter of the club’s first training session under Kennedy, fans of the Hoops flocked to have their say on the matter, with many stating their belief that the level of training appeared to be poor, while others claimed that the 37-year-old should have followed Lennon out of the club.

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So, what exactly did these Celtic fans have to say in reaction to the footage of John Kennedy’s first training session in charge of the club?

“He can go as well.”

@Joeowens1888

“The worst thing that could happen to Celtic is we win every game now for the rest of the season and big John gets the job full time. Back to square one.”

@PGILL89

“John Kennedy. The ever-present in the background after every managerial disaster. A defender who hasn’t a clue what a good defender looks like.”

@ONeillsForehead

“Don’t let him get it full time.”

@ben_rigden

“Let’s just point out John Kennedy always took training. The exit door is waiting.”

@tj26moorlands

“Can’t even look at that… whole season disgusts me.”

@bthebhoy1

“Don’t even think about it!”

@alanryan6

“You just know that no one is listening.”

@markstorrie1

“Hopefully his last.”

@bigbrian67

“This even looks a farce.”

@djb_GB

“Kennedy couldn’t direct traffic.”

@irwin1888

All in all, it would appear as if these Celtic fans are not behind Kennedy one bit, however, considering the interim boss has not even taken charge of one game as yet, perhaps their judgement should be reserved on the 37-year-old for now.