READING about Peter Lawwell's salary passing £1m, (Evening Times October 12), when you look at the Scottish club with the closest income to Celtic and how they've been run, it puts in perspective what a fantastic job he has done. 
He had to compete with a club who were conducting a massive tax avoidance policy, and even during that period Celtic still won more titles than Rangers, yet he didn't say a word. 
 It clearly takes a lot of work to make a football club a success on the park, as well as off it, and he has done that superbly. 
His value is all the behind the scenes work that allows the players and managers to do their stuff to the best of their ability. 
John Cassidy, posted online
Conflict over fan
I’M a bit conflicted about the Celtic fan who escaped jail for running onto the pitch (Evening Times, October 12).
On the one hand, running onto the pitch at the end of the match to celebrate a win although not acceptable is far different to running on and attempting to assault someone. 
If he’s no previous for violence then it’s probably the correct decision because if you had no record and attempted to but didn’t assault someone on the street then it’s unlikely you would go to prison. 
But it should be an automatic 10-year ban from football.
Jim Jones, posted online
Civil action
JAIL is the only place for this guy.
He’ll have the same smug attitude to his sentence as he had when he was being led away by the police.
I’d like to see Celtic pursue through a civil action to recover the costs of the fine.
Des Friel, posted online
Post is best
I HAVE sent a postal order to Glasgow Old People Welfare Association (GOWPA) to help fund them.
I don’t do online. I prefer anonymity and I know I am not alone in giving this way.
Their address is 7 Sandyford Place, Glasgow, G3 7NB for anyone else wanting to help.
Name and address withheld
People need help
READING about the recovering alcoholic who praised a city firm for helping her turn her life around (Evening Times, October 10), it’s nice to see Scottish people getting help.
We need more of this.
Carol Daly, posted online