The Green Brigade have continued their anti-Board protests on day 105 since the club have had a permanent manager. The fan group today took aim at non-Executive Director Thomas Allison.
Allison has been in this role since September 2001 and is a board member of a number of different organisations. He is chairman of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Nomination Committee. Mr Allison was chief executive at Clydeport before they were bought over and remained with one of the subsidiaries as executive chairman following the takeover.
Fans are upset with the apparent lack of direction at the football club and the Green Brigade have been very vocal in their anti-Board messages in recent times.
105 days without a manager
Thomas Allison, Non-exec Director pic.twitter.com/HuuZ4jl59O
— North Curve Celtic (@NCCeltic) June 9, 2021
Ange Postecoglou is expected to be announced as manager imminently but fans are furious with the fiasco at the football club in recent times. From hiring Neil Lennon in the Hampden showers to refusing to sack him when it became apparent that things were spiraling out of control. Fans have every right to feel aggrieved with the last season and the club need to do more to communicate the vision that Dominic McKay has for the club.
McKay is set to ‘officially’ start on 1st July but given the size of the job at hand, he has been shadowing outgoing CEO Peter Lawwell ahead of the handover of power.