Date: 11th April 2021 at 10:05am
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Celtic fans on Twitter have been responding to the latest comments made by interim manager John Kennedy after seeing his side beat Livingston 6-0 in the SPFL. 

This comes after the official account shared a post on their page that contained a video of Kennedy speaking to the club’s media after the emphatic win at Celtic Park.

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In the video, Kennedy described Celtic’s performance on the day as “perfect.”

This post then gathered a lot of replies from Hoops fans who were quick to share their responses to Kennedy’s comments.

So, what did these Celtic fans have to say in response to Kennedy’s comments on the team performance against Livingston?

“Brilliant professional. Really hope he gets kept on with Howe.”

@totter1888

“Tbh its been long over due. Weve been making some many chances the past few games. Time we started scoring”

@il_James_li

“Good win for the Hoops today, just tell me that he isn’t getting the job permanently.”

@anthony19641888

“For me, the performance today was similar to what we seen under a BR team, lots of energy in and out of possession, lots of possession & passes.. Livi have been good this season and wee completely blew them away today, great performance, lets keep it up”

@MickMcD1888

“A love him so much”

@yeyup67

“…AND NEW”

@taylorxpayne

Goals from James Forrest, , David Turnbull, Mohamed Elyounoussi and an own goal from Jack Fitzwater secured the win for Celtic, leading to Kennedy’s post-match praise.

Given how WhoScored gave Celtic a team rating of 7.53/10 for their overall performance against Livingston, it’s fair to say Kennedy’s praise for the team was justified on this occasion.

Do you think Kennedy deserves to be considered as Celtic's permanent manager?

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Moving forward, if Celtic can continue putting in team performances as they did against Livingston until the end of the season, then this would surely put them in a good place moving into next season and possibly with Kennedy in contention to get the manager role at the club on a permanent basis.

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