He was not in attendance on Monday night but the pressure has grown on Neil Lennon after Celtic suffered another blow to their dangling title hopes, with a 1-1 draw against Hibernian – and both Pat Bonner and Michael Stewart think it is time to go.
Celtic went into Monday night’s match at Parkhead after being heavily criticised for travelling to Dubai – a decision which has forced 14 players to self-isolate after Christopher Jullien tested positive. Lennon and assistant John Kennedy, included.
It mean Gavin Strachan took the reigns on Monday and it looked as if a much-weakened Celtic might have just nabbed all three points when David Turnbull curled the ball into the top corner from a free-kick. But Kevin Nisbet equalised in injury time.
It sees Celtic miss the chance to close the gap between themselves and Rangers, which has now stretched to 21 points. 10 in a row looks over, as does Lennon’s future at the club – at least according to both Bonner and Stewart on BBC Live.