Celtic could only pick up a 0-0 draw against Dundee yesterday.
Ronny Deila insists that he understands the reaction from Celtic fans in attendance to witness their side’s 0-0 draw with Dundee.
The Bhoys were abject yesterday evening, as they failed to pick up an expected three points in front of their own fans.
Celtic never really threatened against Dundee, and in the end they were fortunate to avoid defeat.
The visitors had a late opportunity to take all three points from Parkhead, but Gary Harkins fluffed his lines under little pressure.
Celtic were booed off at the final whistle, but Deila was keen not to criticise the supporters who aired their frustrations.
RD: I can really understand fans reacting the way they did. What we need to do is turn it around & perform better than we did against Dundee— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) March 3, 2016
Deila has been under serious pressure at Celtic for some time, as the side do not seem to have progressed as much as was hoped under his stewardship.
Although the Bhoys are still in a commanding position in the Scottish Premiership, there is no guarantee that they will be lifting the title at the end of the season.
Aberdeen are just four points behind Deila’s side as things stand, and Celtic will have to improve if they are to be assured of finishing on top of the pile.
The Bhoys’ next match comes against Greenock Morton in the Scottish Cup quarter-final on Sunday, and only a win will be acceptable.