Celtic are going out with a whimper this season after yet another game without a win – and Michael Stewart claims they lack desire and look as LOW as they ever have.
The Hoops dropped even more points in a goalless draw at home to Livingston on Saturday and Stewart, formerly of Hearts and Hibs, reckons Neil Lennon’s side will simply crawl over the line to end the Premiership season, well off rivals Rangers out in front.
Celtics season is whimpering to an end. No energy, no desire, no urgency and psychologically they now look as low as ever.
— Michael Stewart (@mstewart_23) January 16, 2021
Taking to social media after the full-time whistle at Parkhead, Stewart said: “Celtics season is whimpering to an end. No energy, no desire, no urgency and psychologically they now look as low as ever.”
Stewart also believes David Martindale’s Lions were unfortunate not to inflict another defeat on Celts. He went on: “Livingston were aggressive in their play at Parkhead and are understandably disappointed with only taking a point.”
Rangers’ draw at Motherwell this afternoon did not hurt the Ibrox outfit too much as they still hold a staggering 21 point lead over Celtic.