Journalist Stuart Hodge believes that Celtic won’t properly move forward without change.
Celtic have had a very dominate period in Scottish football, winning nine Scottish Premiership titles in a row, before their rivals lifted last season’s trophy and stopped the Hoops from reaching double figures of titles consecutively.
Celtic have lifted the league trophy 51 times and have won 111 trophies in total in their history according to Sky Sports, with journalist Hodge believing if the club are to move forward, they need change.
“In this limbo that the club has been in for a long time and even during the periods of success what we’ve got to remember is that was a massively fallow period in Rangers’ entire history.
“So, on that basis, Celtic can have all the talk of modernisation and they’ll probably make a kind of semi-Hollywood appointment for whoever the next person is going to be, but the truth of the matter is, unless that existing board structure changes, then Celtic will never properly move forward, or if they change the way that they think,” Hodge told This is Futbol.
The club did make a change during the summer, as Ange Postecoglou was appointed as the new first-team manager after impressing with Yokohama F.Marinos [90min].
Looking to assemble his own squad, Postecoglou brought in a number of new signings during the summer transfer window and he and everybody connected with the football club will be hoping that they can challenge for silverware again this season.