NEIL LENNON has sent a message of support to the Celtic Family during the football lockdown and the uncertain future due to the coronavirus pandemic crisis.
The Hoops boss, speaking to the official club website, said: “This is obviously a very worrying time for all of us and I just want to pass on my thoughts and best wishes to all of our supporters on behalf of all the coaching staff and players here at Celtic.
“We want everyone to stay safe, to follow the expert advice that has been given and to keep looking after each other and out for each other. That’s what all of us are doing with our families.
“Of course, we’re all part of the wider Celtic Family, too. It’s something that we’re all proud of and everyone at the club appreciates the support our fans always give us.
“The Celtic Family is a worldwide one and we know the Celtic fans will continue to show the solidarity and togetherness for which they’re renowned throughout football.
“This is a difficult time for everyone and the priority for all of us is to look after ourselves and to look after each other.
“But I also know that everyone here at the club is looking forward to when we are able to get back playing in front of our fantastic supporters at Celtic Park.
“Take care. You’ll Never Walk Alone.”
The 2019/20 campaign has been left in cold storage with the champions on the verge of their ninth successive title with a 13-point advantage at the Premiership pinnacle with only eight league games to go.
The trophy holders are also due to face Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden and, theoretically, could win an unprecedented quadruple treble over the next 10 encounters.