Celtic are managed by Ronny Deila who signed a 12-month rolling contract in June 2014. The Norwegian, who left his homeland club Stromsgodset, replaced Neil Lennon in the dugout, in a surprise move by the Scottish giants.
The pressure is back on Deila after the Hoops were knocked out at the Champions League qualifying stage (for the second time), after suffering a poor defeat at home to NK Maribor.
Celtic are one of the most successful clubs in the world having collected a huge amount of trophies during their history, both domestically and in European competition. Celtic have been in the shadow of Rangers in recent seasons, with their neighbours winning the last three league titles.
Celtic have won the Scottish League Title on a massive 44 occasions as well as the Scottish Cup 36 times and the Scottish League Cup 14 times, which highlights their rich history. Perhaps most famously they became the first British Club side to win the European Cup in 1967 when the beat Internazionale 2-1 in the final in Lisbon. That game has gone down in history and the Celtic players who were involved will forever be known as the Lisbon Lions.
|31 Aug||Dundee||1 - 1||Celtic||D|
|23 Aug||Inverness Caledonian Thistle||1 - 0||Celtic||L|
|16 Aug||Celtic||6 - 1||Dundee United||W|
|13 Aug||St Mirren||0 - 2||Celtic||W|
|13 Aug||St Johnstone||0 - 3||Celtic||W|
|10 / 15pts|
|Manager||Start Date||End Date|
|Ronny Deila||6 June 2014||Present|
|Neil Lennon||25 March 2010||22 May 2014|
|Tony Mowbray||16 June 2009||25 March 2010|
|Gordon Strachan||25 May 2005||25 May 2009|
|Martin O'Neill||1 June 2000||31 May 2005|
|Kenny Dalglish||10 February 2000||1 June 2000|
|John Barnes||10 June 1999||10 February 2000|
|Jozef Venglos||1 July 1998||10 June 1999|
|Wim Jansen||1 July 1997||11 May 1998|
|Tommy Burns||12 July 1994||31 May 1997|
|Lou Macari||7 October 1993||16 June 1994|
|Liam Brady||19 June 1991||7 October 1993|
|Billy McNeill||20 May 1987||22 May 1991|
|David Hay||1 August 1983||20 May 1987|
|Billy McNeill||1 August 1978||31 May 1983|
|Jock Stein||1 August 1965||31 May 1978|
|Jimmy McGrory||1 August 1945||31 July 1965|
|Jimmy McStay||1 February 1940||31 July 1945|
|Willie Maley||1 April 1897||31 January 1940|