(Image) Celtic CEO Peter Lawwell tells a fan to ‘stay calm’ till January

Celtic fans will be forgiven for not being overly optimistic about their team’s performances this season. After winning back-to-back trebles over the past two seasons under Brendan Rodgers, this season the Bhoys have struggled to meet the high standards they’ve set for themselves.

After the sale of Moussa Dembele and Stuart Armstrong to Lyon and Southampton respectively, the Glasgow giants have had a difficult start to the league. They are currently sitting in the fourth position in the Scottish Premiership with thirteen points from seven games.

What probably makes Celtic fans even more nervous is the fact that their local rivals Rangers, look like they are on the rise again under the stewardship of Steven Gerrard. However, if one Celtic fan is to be believed, he might finally have some news that might calm down fans’ fears.

The fan in question posted a picture with Celtic CEO Peter Lawwell on Twitter, and claimed that Lawwell asked him to ‘stay calm until January’.

Check out his tweet below:

If the fan is to be believed, then this might indicate that the Scottish giants are likely to spend big in the January transfer window. Celtic fans will certainly be hoping that is the case.

1 thought on “(Image) Celtic CEO Peter Lawwell tells a fan to ‘stay calm’ till January”

  1. The Celtic board and Brendan Rodgers were always likely to reach a point that a fair and reasonable relationship between the two could be reached. Money stability versus trying to get the best players into the Celtic team. Personally I believe lawell miss handled this summer transfer dealings big time but this then should mean that his position is weakened and future dealings should be handled differently without any big fallouts. Because it’s Celtic f c that should transcend anyone’s feelings or ego

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