Even though they have been unbeaten since his arrival and wrapped up their eighth successive Scottish Premiership title last weekend, Celtic are still yet to hand Neil Lennon the manager’s role on a permanent basis.
The Northern Irishman arrived at Parkhead earlier in 2019 following Brendan Rodgers’ departure to Leicester City, and calmly steered the Glasgow giants to yet another league success.
The 47-year-old’s future beyond the end of the campaign is unclear though, with the Bhoys’ hierarchy seemingly keen to wait on making a decision on who the new boss will be.
Kilmarnock chief Steve Clarke may well be one of the names in the frame, with one supporter on new manager thread on the Kerrydale Street forum suggesting that it is between the Scot and Lennon for the role.
Other fans have been quick to debate whether they think the 55-year-old would be a good fit for the job.
There certainly is.
The fact that one individual considers Jose Mourinho’s former assistant to be an upgrade on Lennon but a downgrade on Rodgers is intriguing, with another saying “most would be happy” if he was appointed.
A lot of other fans seem to disagree with that sentiment though, with one calling him “negative” and predicting that he “wouldn’t last the season” if he did make the move to Glasgow.
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The fact that another has doubts about whether he would be a success in terms of incoming transfers is also a great point, because that is something the club absolutely needs to nail during the summer window.