Celtic fans protest outside home ground as they call for Neil Lennon to be sacked after humiliating Betfred Cup defeat against Ross County

Thousands of Celtic fans have protested outside their home ground calling for under-fire boss Neil Lennon to be sacked.
Sunday’s disastrous 2-0 defeat at the hands of Ross County has only intensified the pressure on Lennon following a dreadful run of form which has yielded just two wins from their last 10 games.

Oh dear it’s all kicking off at Celtic park pic.twitter.com/V7VeFFGK2V
— Truth teller (@scottisunionist) November 29, 2020

Outside Parkhead now and Celtic fans aren’t happy. SACK THE BOARD SACK THE TEAM SACK THE MANAGER SACK THEM ALL!! pic.twitter.com/tvK0SFrxTI
— Francis O’Neill (@FrancisON1888) November 29, 2020

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Ross Stewart’s 39th-minute penalty and Alex Iacovitti’s late header earned County a deserved second-round win to ensure Celtic’s run of domestic success will finish this season.
And some fans have seemingly seen enough, with disturbing footage appearing online of supporters clashing with the Scottish authorities.
Lennon admitted after the game that his board’s support in him may now waver after this type of result.
He confirmed: “If you keep losing games, absolutely. There’s expectation at this club, there’s a demand for excellence and there’s a demand for wins.
“I am fully aware of that and I’m not standing here like a happy-clapper saying: ‘everything’s OK’.
Lennon appears to be on the brink at CelticGetty Images
The Bhoys have won just two of their last 10 outingsGetty Images
“It’s not. But we’ll do all we can, if I’ve still got the opportunity to do that, to turn things around.
“I think today’s result wouldn’t have helped, put it that way.”
Bhoys legend Chris Sutton condemned the protests made against his former teammate, but posted a farewell message towards Lennon after the game claiming he ‘can’t survive this’ – which you can read below…

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Neil Lennon has been badly let down by his players but he can’t survive this. He’s been a great servant to the club.
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) November 29, 2020

The people protesting outside Celtic Park can’t call themselves Celtic fans. True Celtic fans wouldn’t be singing despicable songs about a man who has given the club the service Neil Lennon has. They are a disgrace. Self entitled arses.
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) November 29, 2020

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