Embattled Celtic manager Neil Lennon is on the verge of leaving the Premiership champions with John Kennedy set to take over.
The 49-year-old has endured a torrid campaign with Rangers on the verge of their first title in a decade as the club's 10 In a Row dream disappeared.
Lennon has faced renewed calls to go with fresh scrutiny coming his way in the wake of Sunday's 1-0 defeat to bottom side Ross County.
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That result has set up Rangers for a potential title party at Parkhead when the teams face each other on March 21.
Lennon is on the verge of exiting the club with showdown talks taking place since the defeat to the Staggies.
Supporters have called for answers from the board in recent weeks over an expected review that was promised back in December as Kennedy gets set to earn the job on an interim basis.
Chairman Ian Bankier said last week: "I must state clearly that all decisions we take will be taken calmly and rationally.
"We will not make hasty decisions that we might regret. There is considerable uncertainty as to how and when the game will get back to normal."
Lennon returned to club he starred for in march 2019 for a second stint as boss after Brendan Rodgers' shock exit and delivered five consecutive trophies.
But his side have struggled home and abroad this season and they currently sit 18 points behind Rangers.