Simon Jordan reacts to who Celtic could sign immediately after Howe –

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Simon Jordan does not seem happy with the idea that Eddie Howe could choose his own Director of Football at Celtic.

The Scottish Sun reported Monday that the Hoops could officially name Howe as Neil Lennon’s long-term successor this week, after much speculation.

Nicky Hammond resigned from his position as Director of Soccer Operations last week and given his role in recruiting in recent years, Celtic will need a replacement for him as well.

According to The Record, the 43-year-old wants to bring Richard Hughes to Parkhead with him after the two worked together in Bournemouth in the south.

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But Jordan, speaking to talkSPORT, has claimed it could be an example of how Howe was allowed too much power too early, describing it as ‘insane’.

He said: “I was just checking that I heard right, that Eddie Howe wants to determine who will be the soccer director. Isn’t it some kind of juxtaposition? Why not choose which CEO you want to recruit, and maybe the president as well?

“The football director works for the club, he sits above the coach and not next to the coach’s appointment requests. If that’s the world we’re entering, it’s crazy.

If Howe is appointed Celtic’s coach, he will have to get to work immediately.

The Rangers, who have already won the Scottish Premiership for the first time in 10 years, are 20 points clear of their Old Firm rivals in the table, illustrating the class gap between them this season.

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And with the departure of the legendary captain Scott Brown at the end of this season, Howe has a lot of work to do.

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