Manager Neil Lennon is on the brink of leaving Celtic, with "crunch talks" expected in the next 48 hours after a run of just two wins in 10 games.
Neil Lennon faces a meeting with the Celtic hierarchy on Monday after the club were dumped out of the League Cup by Ross County.
"I feel I should get more time but if not, so be it," says under pressure manager Neil Lennon, following Celtic's League Cup defeat, adding: "Of course. I believe in myself."
Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton believes it's impossible for Neil Lennon to remain as the club's manager but calls for respect after protests.
Ryan Christie was ordered to leave Celtic Park during his post-match interview to escape the furious fans gathered outside the ground.
"I think the most important thing that everybody needs to know is that we still care," said Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie before his interview was cut short.
"It's just a case of being ready when called upon," says goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin, who is determined to keep up the incredible clean sheet record at Rangers to make sure he stays in the thoughts of Scotland manager Steve Clarke.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard admits Filip Helander's positive test is a reminder that every club is walking a Covid tightrope.
Jamie Murphy is determined to win his first winners' medal of his career and the winger believes Hibs have serious ambitions of picking up silverware this season.
Greg Leigh hopes Aberdeen's Betfred Cup exit at St Mirren can be the boot up the backside they need to get the season back on track.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has told Ciaran Dickson and Leon King he will be monitoring them more closely than ever in the coming weeks after the youngsters made their first team debuts in the 4-0 Betfred Cup win at Falkirk.