Celtic fans remain unimpressed with the club’s UAE trip
Its safe to say Celtic’s trip to Dubai hasn’t generated much in the way of positive publicity.
Flying out to sunny climes immediately after losing a crucial match at the home of your greatest rivals. is never going to sit well with every supporter.
Throw in the fact that the trip was undertaken at the height of a pandemic, with no other Scottish clubs embarking on similar journeys, and it’s no surprise the club’s Twitter account has been inundated with negative responses.
The likes of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Deputy First Minister John Swinney have added to the chorus of disapproval this week, with the club eventually releasing a statement justifying the trip.
The club have also shared numerous pictures of the squad training at their Dubai camp, as well as features involving the club’s more popular players.
The recent performances of Ismaila Soro and David Turnbull have provided some positives in a difficult campaign for Celtic, and some fans felt the pair were being offered up on social media in an attempt to change the narrative.
Neil Lennon’s men could be 22 points behind by the time they next kick a ball in the Premiership, with Rangers facing Aberdeen at Pittodrie on Sunday before Celtic host Dundee United on Monday night.