'For the first time in my life I won't watch the second half': Celtic fans react to first half against Aberdeen

Celtic fans react to the first half at Pittodrie as Lewis Ferguson’s early goal has hosts Aberdeen in front.

Lewis Ferguson celebrates after giving Aberdeen the lead. Picture: SNS
Lewis Ferguson celebrates after giving Aberdeen the lead. Picture: SNS

@PatrickMurphy89: “Anyone else developing a sense of apathy about things? Players don't look bothered, Kennedy doesn't either, and the board is telling us fuck all. Season ticket renewals should be a hit.”

@petethefoot: “The man you appointed to steady the ship after Lennon was sacked is actually taking that ship backwards ....that is quite some achievement !!”

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@wegdog42: “Soro and Dembele on at half time and get brown on the Aberdeen bench for the second half please.”

@buff_egan: “Kenny is absolutely SHOCKING lost his man again. He's actually cost us so many Goals in the past 3/4 games. He's a Pure DISASTER, give youth a chance anyone is better than him.”

@Markyjig: “We are honking. A team full of players who don’t want to be there, who shouldn’t be there and loan deals. The Lawwell/Lennon legacy.”

@EtienneBojan: “Can ‘Hollywood’ Scott Brown please kindly do what is best for business and put Ismailia Soro over?”

@mmcveighbhoy7: “For the 1st time in my life I'm not going to watch the 2nd half, or even the next old firm game until we hear what direction this club is going. I cannot believe we don't have a management agreement in place with Howe otherwise what the f*** are we waiting for here.”

@Eddy68248423: “Can anyone make a good argument for Kennedy playing brown / Christie edouard/ Kenny/ bitton or bain over players we could be giving a chance looking to next season.”

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