Former Celtic striker Andy Walker has "grim governance" following the club's recent trip to Dubai "The" arrogant "hoops blown up.
Christopher Jullien's positive test for COVID-19 on team return to Scotland forced 13 of his teammates into isolation.
] Manager Neil Lennon and his assistant John Kennedy also isolate, leaving Celtic extremely exhausted for the Scottish Premiership game against Hibernian.
Many fans of the club made the decision to travel for the winter break, while First Minister Nicola Sturgeon also questioned the wisdom of the trip.
Walker went much further ahead of the game on Monday and began a heated argument with Sky Sports .
“Apparently there is no money in Scottish football? ”Said Walker. "I suspect this trip that Celtic made to Dubai cost hundreds of thousands of pounds.
" You chartered your own plane and stayed five nights in five-star accommodation for 20 to 30 people. It's gloomy governance of the club.
“It is incredibly arrogant to abuse your status as a top athlete. That was only brought for the international and European competition – not for a funny gig in Dubai.
“The Celtic followers deserve a bit of remorse from someone who has a backbone in this club, preferably Dermot Desmond – he's the one who makes the big changes. "
" They are being changed in the short term and it is totally unacceptable. “
Walker was visibly far reaching when talking about Celtic's trip to Dubai, easy to see why.
At a time when many families could not see their loved ones due to the pandemic, it was nothing short of a joke to fly to "warm weather training".
The trip was special too It's annoying considering how far behind the Rangers Celtic is in this season's title race.
Players and management drinking beer by the pool certainly didn't help and, as Walker said, a touch of arrogance.