The restrictions the world has been living under aren’t fun for anyone but the Celtic board may be glad this year’s AGM is being held virtually.
In previous years the annual general meeting has gone off without much of a hitch as the club racked up trophy after trophy, with the infamous ‘resolution 12’ the only sticking point.
With Rangers holding a 13 point lead at the top of the Premiership though the anger from fans is palpable, with a protest calling to ‘Sack the Board’ held ahead of Sunday’s win over Kilmarnock.
Manager Neil Lennon has come in for criticism but he’s not the only one.
Chief executive Peter Lawwell was compared to Donald Trump in one particularly cutting banner, while largest shareholder Dermot Desmond has also been a target for the supporters’ ire.
Resolution 12 hasn’t gone away either, though it’s now called resolution 11.
That’s the one that calls for an investigation into how Rangers were granted a UEFA licence in 2010. It’s been booted out every time but that won’t stop fans trying.