Celtic already have a manager.
“I was sure Celtic did have a manager, but what the hell do I know?” said Smyth on ESPN FC when discussing whether David Moyes should manage Celtic.
Ronny Deila is the manager of Celtic at the moment and has a contract with the Scottish Premiership giants until June 2016.
While the Norwegian guided the Bhoys to the league title last season, he failed to lead them into the group stage of the Champions League.
Celtic did not make it through to the group stage of Europe’s premier club competition this term either, and are also in danger of getting knocked out of the Europa League at the group stage.
While the Hoops are likely to win the Scottish Premiership title yet again, their failure in Europe has raised doubts whether Deila is the right man for the club going forward.
Former Everton and Manchester United manager Moyes is without a club at the moment, having been sacked as the Real Sociedad coach earlier this month.
While many will suggest that the Scot will be a good managerial appointment for Celtic, one needs to remember that Deila is in charge of the Hoops at the moment.
What if Celtic win their last two Europa League group games and qualify for the knockout stages? Will those calling for the club to sack Deila still want Moyes?