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Scale of the potential leak damage

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Celtic Park and Lennoxtown will be tense places to work today, after notes on recruitment and player sale considerations, dating from April, were photographed and distributed online.  Information like this is incredibly sensitive, will expose player recruitment to competitive pressures and can undermine confidence in the current squad.  If the leak is identified and found to be an act of carelessness, or worse, someone is likely to lose their job.

I get that information on Celtic’s recruitment plans are of interest to all of us.  It is also true that exchanging valuable information confers authority on the source.  But this is commercially sensitive information, which once public, undermines Celtic’s attempt to strengthen the team.  It is inexplicable that it was left unattended, leaked or publicised by anyone with Celtic’s interests at heart.

The scale of the potential damage of this is significant, not only for those involved.

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  1. traditionalist88 on

    THE HANDS CANT HIT WHAT THE EYES CANT SEE on 6TH JUNE 2019 10:44 AM

     

     

    We done this yesterday, do keep up.

     

     

    No one is disputing that John McGinn was a colossal fck up on on Celtics part.

     

     

    Van Dijks don’t grow on trees you know.

     

     

    HH

  2. Bada @9.59.

     

     

    “My favourite is Casa Morales, a wee place that has been on the go for over 150 years, still run by the same family.”

     

     

    Bejasus, they must be in some state!

     

     

    Sorry for the delay in answering – grandparenting duties!! Thanks for that, Mrs Emeraldbee puts great store in CQN recommendations, surprisingly because I’ve been asked more than once “Are you still on that Blog!?”

     

     

    Will take a note and seek it out. Looking forward to classic grumpiness to go with the good food.

     

     

    Muchos gracias. (And ……. the weather looks greeeeeeeeaaaaaaaat.)

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