Dom McKay’s Celtic exit just a few months after being appointed as the club’s Chief Executive was both sudden and surprising. But it is understandable considering he departed because of personal reasons. We would like to wish him and his family the best for their future.
Of course, his departure has raised a few questions regarding the direction of the club moving forward. There was certainly some changes that were visible even during McKay’s short stint with the Glasgow giants.
But it looks like more behind the scenes exits could be set to take place at Parkhead in the future. As reported by Scottish Daily Mail journalist Stephen McGowan [11/09 print edition, page 123] (via 67 Hail Hail), chairman Ian Bankier is expected to be replaced shortly.
Bankier has served as the Hoops’ chairman since 2011, thus him leaving would certainly be a big change for Celtic.
Celtic look set to undergo some big changes
It looks like Celtic are set to undergo some big changes at the club. And it will be interesting to see what the future holds.
One thing that this does is raise questions about the future direction of the club. But on the pitch, things are looking up for Ange Postecoglou’s side.
After a disappointing 2020/21 campaign that saw them finish trophyless and 25 points behind the Rangers, the new manager appears to have come in and steadied the ship for the Hoops. He has already shown that he is a great manager judging from some of the incredible football that this team has played since his arrival.
It is safe to say that this is far from a finished project though and there are several positions in the squad where Celtic need to strengthen further. Thus, the club need to continue giving Postecoglou the backing that he needs to take the club back to the top of Scottish football once again.