Date: 11th June 2021 at 7:00am
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Celtic fans on Twitter have been responding to the latest comments made by incoming club CEO Dom McKay on their recent appointment of Ange Postecoglou as the new Parkhead

This comes after the official account shared a post on their page that contained a video of McKay speaking to the club’s media about Postecoglou’s recent appointment.

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During the video, McKay said that everyone at the club is pleased to welcome Postecoglou and that they will aim to bring success to the club and fans that “their support deserves.”

This post then gathered a lot of replies from Celtic supporters who were not shy in sharing their thoughts on this latest post.

So, what did these Celtic fans have to say in response to this latest post on McKay’s comments on Postecoglou’s appointment?

“Communication and engaging with the fans. Now there’s a thing. Good luck to our new manager.”

@tarmac1888

“Best of luck to the manager. He has a huge job on his hands repairing the mess and working under such an unambitious board”

@albert10821108

“He can talk, it’s a miracle”

@MarkLouden4

“This McKay character is another Lawwell clone isn’t he? One disastrous appointment after another. Depressing”

@Briandamge64

“Thanks for the memories Rugby Boy but time to go!”

@spnkphne

“Literally excites no one”

@frizzellips

“Another Desmond patsy. Look like the board want Celtic to take another season out.”

@magic_bhoy

Looking at the replies to this post from the club’s official Twitter account, it seems that most of these Celtic fans aren’t too pleased to hear from McKay, despite him sharing what the club’s ambitions are moving forward with Postecoglou in charge.

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Given the disappointment Celtic suffered during the 2020/21 season by finishing well below Rangers in the SPFL table and having leave in February, you can understand why fans still have a sour taste.

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