Celtic fans did not want to hear about the Europa League.
Celtic do not have much time to re-organise before the Europa League qualifying campaign resumes.
Entry into the competition is their consolation prize for the midweek Champions League exit against Cluj, which left the fanbase stunned and angry.
Neil Lennon's side lost 4-3 at home, going out 5-4 on aggregate to the Romanian side.
Celtic host the first leg of their Europa League tie, with the opponents yet to be determined.
Fans are still reeling from the Cluj defeat, and on social media at least, the appetite for the game is not high.
Responses included calls for Celtic to make a goodwill gesture and let fans in for free, with fans upset at paying a premium to watch the results of the team's latest failure.
Neil Lennon needs to ensure the players do not suffer from a similar lack of enthusiasm for the tie.
Here is a look at some of the responses...
Hope the stadium is empty disgrace man honestly— Garry Watson (@GarryWa05653231) August 14, 2019
No doubt you will be looking for us fans to dig deep again after that disgrace last night#givethefans theregatemoneyback— John Tweedie (@JohnTweedie11) August 14, 2019
We pick our selves up.Dust ourselves down.Get over the disappointment.Move on.We always do.Europa League Group Stage games will do me.But at least make the fans a gesture....playoffs free on the Season Ticket? Club can afford it and you can say its a farewell present from Kieran.— Danny McCafferty (@dmccafferty49) August 14, 2019
No more money getting spent on celtic until there's either a new CEO in place or a drastic shift in policy in terms of building from strength. #lawwellout— Paul O'Donnell (@paultomodonnell) August 14, 2019
Too soon— Wullie Charnley (@wullie44) August 14, 2019
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