Former SPL chief executive Roger Mitchell has given his withering verdict on the current state of Celtic, describing the current situation as “dark days” and questioning Ange Postecoglou's future.

The podcaster and sports business investor has long admitted his leanings towards the Hoops whom he often takes to social media platform Twitter to comment on. 

And it’s safe to say he’s not impressed with the current situation after Ange Postecoglou’s men were pulled apart by German Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen in a 4-0 home defeat. 

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Mitchell put together six bullet points in reaction to the comprehensive Europa League defeat, explaining as a caveat he only watches the team against Rangers and in Europe. 

And he reckons:

- Celtic would struggle in the English lower divisions
- A decline in European terms is painfully clear 
- Callum McGregor needs to leave
- The manager seems alone and Michell doesn't feel he will stay
- Feels like the ownership of the club doesn't seem to care 
- The club are engulfed by dark days