Celtic fan group keep pressure on 'unfit for purpose' board after managerial appointment

Despite the announcement of a new manager, a section of Celtic fans are still putting pressure on the club’s board.

Celtic fans are still putting pressure on the club's board. Picture: SNS

North Curve Celtic, a fan collective which represents supporters within the standing section at Parkhead, have become popular on social media for their documenting of the number of days the club have been without a manager.

Each passing day the group brought a banner to Celtic Park with one of the board members placed behind a sign which suggested they are no longer welcome or wanted at the club.

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It got to 105 days before the club confirmed the appointment of Ange Postecoglou on Thursday.

However, the Australian’s arrival has not quietened fan unrest.

North Curve Celtic posed with a banner featuring all members of the board with the caption ‘A board like no other’ outside the club’s ground.

The group’s Twitter account posted: “Dermot Desmond Ian Bankier, Dom McKay, Brian Wilson, Thomas Allison, Sharon Brown, Chris McKay, Michael Nicholson.

“A board unfit for purpose.”

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