Celtic fans have taken to social media to give their opinions on the resignation of SFA chief executive Stewart Regan.
Regan stepped down from the post after eight years in the job, as confirmed on the SFA’s official website. His tenure has recently come under fire after Michael O’Neill rejected the position of Scotland.
For Hoops fans though it’s the situation involving Rangers and their liquidation in 2012 and Regan’s reaction to those events that have got the most comments.
Here are some of the best reactions from Twitter to Regan’s departure:
Good riddance to bad rubbish – how Stewart Regan managed to stay in the position as long as he did is a joke. @ScottishFA the guy was inept and everything he done for Scottish football was disastrous.
— Agent GGW (@glasgowsgreenw) February 1, 2018
Remember folks, we're in a state of Armageddon.
How did that turn out Stewart Regan?
By crowds increasing? Various clubs winning Silverware? Celtic's Invincibles? That's sone demise of Scottish football right there.
— UnOfficialAlan???? (@bhoy_al) February 1, 2018
Maybe now that Stewart Regan has gone we will see apt people put in place to seek proper investment, sufficient promotion of our league to help us attract better players and more money coming in via TV deals. Because right now the whole of Scottish football is losing out.
— Read Celtic (@ReadCeltic) February 1, 2018
Stewart Regan was the guy in charge when industrial level financial doping and cheating by Rangers FC was exposed. What did he do? Nothing.
— Liam O'Hare (@Liam_O_Hare) February 1, 2018
SFA chief exec Stewart Regan steps down after 8 years of chaos, lies & cheating
What a guy but you’ve got to ask why he lasted so long #Corruption
— Joe Miller (@joe_averagejoe) February 1, 2018
Disappointed to see Stewart Regan resign. A massive failure in holding the SFA to account. Shows how little influence the fans have that he wasn't sacked and can now have his term in office classified as honest. Clubs and media failed us again. End result no compensation.
— Rab (@bhoab) February 1, 2018
Can you tell me/us one single good thing that Stewart Regan will be remembered for implementing in Scottish football?
This is a honest question, as am struggling to remember.
— Garngadbhoy (@shamrockbhoy7) February 1, 2018
The news of Regan’s departure is likely to overshadow Celtic’s trip to Kilmarnock on Saturday.
The Hoops go into the match 11 points clear of Aberdeen at the top of the Scottish Premiership table.
The league leaders are in good form, having collected 19 of the last 21 points available.
Their most recent victory came on Tuesday against Hearts, when goals from Odsonne Edouard, Dedryck Boyata and Moussa Dembele sealed a 3-1 victory.
The game saw on-loan Chelsea attacking midfielder Charly Musonda make his debut for the Bhoys as a second-half substitute.
The game against Kilmarnock could see appearances in the squad from fellow new signings Jack Henry and Scott Bain, both of whom joined from Dundee.
In other Celtic news, fans were livid at comments made by Craig Levein about Scott Brown