The Green Brigade have once again been clear in their message to Celtic chief Peter Lawwell as he prepares to retire this summer.

The fan group hung banners and stuck stickers around the stadium at Celtic Park with anti-Lawwell posters and pictures of the executive behind red crosses.

It comes just a few days after the group also delivered a brutal farewell message, saying: 'One down, more to go' in reference to manager Neil Lennon and shareholder Dermot Desmond.

Lawwell yesterday announced he will stand down as a member of the hierarchy and retire at the end of the current season. He is to be replaced by Dominic McKay.

The Green Brigade have been very vocal off their disdain for Lawwell and the rest of the Hoops board this season as the club sit 23 points behind Rangers in their quest for 10 in a row.

They have previously unfurled banners demanding Lawwell resign or 'risk 60,000 season tickets'. They have also called for Lennon's head as the under-fire manager refused to wilt.

Inside the club, however, captain Scott Brown called for a STATUE of Lawwell outside the ground for all he has done over his 17 year stint and Desmond revealed he tried to convince him to STAY.