Brief update

Following the members’ meeting on 26th January at which over 200 members attended, the officers of the Trust sought an early meeting with Celtic to take forward the proposals made at the meeting and to convey, as we have done several times in the recent past, the concerns of our members and the wider support.

Thereafter came the announcement of the planned retiral of the CEO, Peter Lawwell.  However, we did not think that the matters we had to raise could wait till the arrival of the new CEO and so we wished to proceed with the meeting.

Yesterday, we were advised that Celtic would like to postpone the meeting till the following week (17/2/2021) due to the fact that the interim results will be announced next week and that this information would be useful to have in advance of the meeting.

Members will be receiving a mailing in the next few days which bring them fully up to date with Trust activities and indicate the timings of future meetings (activists and general) and we will report back to members on the outcome of the meeting with Celtic immediately after the 17th.

6 thoughts on “Brief update

    • 5th February 2021 at 5:33 pm
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      Stephen, there will be a members’ mailing going out this weekend with the details of meetings.

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  • 5th February 2021 at 5:21 pm
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    Have the trust got any intention on tackling the club over the obvious cheating that is in play this season, and if club are unprepared to call it out, will the trust be prepared to tackle the level of corruption that is currently in play within the Scottish game

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    • 5th February 2021 at 5:32 pm
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      The Trust raises these and other issues with the Club directly at our regular meetings.

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      • 5th February 2021 at 11:41 pm
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        So then why still so much silence from the club?

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        • 10th February 2021 at 5:41 pm
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          That is a question we will be putting to them next week John.

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