Celtic’s relevant shareholders will meet with the board this week where they will be given the chance to ask the all important questions at the club AGM.

The AGM is always a hot topic of discussion for Celtic fans, who hope they will be represented well, and they will be looking to get clarity on matters of importance.

The controversial and ongoing ban of the Green Brigade is likely to be a major talking point on an otherwise fairly positive day given the success on and off the pitch that the club have had over the 12 months with another treble win and impressive financial figures.

The issue surrounding the group of fans is one that is not going away and is strong on the minds of a lot of fans at the moment, who will want to see this feud resolved ASAP. Questions will likely be asked of the board about the ongoing situation which has also led to fellow fan group, the Bhoys walking out of games at Celtic Park in solidarity.

Here is everything you need to know about the Celtic AGM...

When is the Celtic AGM?

The club confirmed earlier this month that the AGM will be held at Celtic Park on Wednesday November 22. Proceedings will begin at 11:30am.

Can I attend the AGM?

Celtic shareholders are invited to attend and vote at the annual general meeting which is expected to be held in the Kerrydale Suite at Celtic Park.

What is on the agenda?

Many Celtic fans will have their own list of issues that they will be hoping are discussed, however, the club have outlined the resolutions that they are planning to clarify.

Resolution 1: Annual report and accounts

Resolution 2: Reappointment of Peter Lawwell

Resolution 3: Reappointment of Brian Rose 

Resolution 4: Reappointment of Dermot Desmond

Resolution 5: Reappointment of Tom Allison

Resolution 6: Reappointment of Brian Wilson

Resolution 7: Reappointment of Sharon Brown

Resolutions 8 and 9: Appointment and remuneration of auditors

Resolution 10: Authority to allot shares

[SPECIAL] Resolution 11: Disapplication of pre-emption rights.