Uk news Celtic new boss news unlikely to come on Monday as Eddie Howe wait continues PremierLeague-News.Com
MetiNews.Com - Celtic fans are desperate for news of a new boss now that the season is over - but Eddie Howe almost certainly won't be named on Monday.
Breaking News ! With the last blast of Willie Collum’s whistle at Easter Road, it was the end of an era at Celtic. It brought the curtain down on 14 trophy-laden years for emotional skipper Scott Brown - back at the ground where it all started for him at Hibs. And following the scoreless draw in Leith he said his farewells to his Hoops team-mates, many who will move on themselves to pastures new. So everyone was looking forward as they looked to put a catastrophic campaign behind them as quickly as possible. Even Brown himself said that he started his new chapter at Aberdeen, where he will assist Stephen Glass, "pretty much on Sunday morning”. Read More Related Articles Transfer news LIVE as Rangers and Celtic plus Hearts, Hibs and Aberdeen eye signings And that is why there continues to be frustration among the Celtic fans are they are desperate to know who will be the man in the dug-out to take them forward and try to wrest the title back from rivals Rangers. That is why the date of Monday, May 17 has been circled on the calendar for many as they eagerly await the announcement of Eddie Howe. Given the fact Howe’s appointment has been in the offing for a couple of months now, then, the first day of the week after the end of the season seemed like the logical day of unveiling.
. The search for Neil Lennon’s permanent successor has been a long drawn out process and it looks like it will take a little bit longer. With the potential of Rangers winning the Scottish Cup in 2016, Brendan Rodgers was unveiled 48 hours after the final which would have taken the shine off their rivals celebrations. In the end the Light Blues lost to Hibs at Hampden and it merely rubbed salt into the wounds of the Ibrox club. But with Rangers having lifted the Scottish Premiership trophy on Saturday many expected Celtic to announce Howe on Monday as an immediate response.
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Sources close to the former Bournemouth boss, though, are adamant that Howe won’t be announced at the start of the week. And that means frustrated fans will have to be a little bit more patient as new chief executive Dom McKay continues his pursuit of a new boss.
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