Celtic fans vented their fury with manager Neil Lennon despite a 4-0 win away to Kilmarnock with another harsh banner outside Parkhead.

The Ayr Bhoys CSC took credit for unfurling the message outside the stadium.

Celtic sit 20 points behind Rangers this season and Lennon has come under serious fire this term throughout with sections of the support calling for his head after losses to the likes of Ross County, Rangers and St Mirren at home.

Glasgow Times:

But the posters have, perhaps, not been as damning as this one with a 'F*** off Neil' message left for the Northern Irishman.

Their message read: "A legend does not act bigger than the club, your legacy is nothing.@CelticFC".

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It comes after a dominant win - one of their biggest of the season - at Killie last night thanks to goals from Scott Brown, Odsonne Edouard (2) and Albian Ajeti.

We told how banners and posters have also been unfurled in recent months demanding chief executive Peter Lawwell leave the club or risk 60,000 season tickets and fan refusals to sign up for next season.

The chief will now retire at the end of the season.