IT's that time of year again. 

Celtic will welcome shareholders for their annual chance to speak to the club's board this week.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, it's been two years since fans were afforded the chance to attend the event in person. 

However, with restrictions having eased, shareholders will be back at Celtic Park for the meeting.

Here is everything you need to know ahead of the AGM...

When is the Celtic AGM?

Celtic's annual general meeting for 2021 will be held on Wednesday, November 17. 

It will be hosted at Celtic Park. 

The meeting starts at 11.30am. 

Can I attend the Celtic AGM and will it be live streamed?

Shareholders are invited to attend the AGM at the stadium this year. 

The meeting will be held inside the Kerrydale Suite. Doors will be open from 10.30am.

The club will also be live streaming the meeting for those shareholders unable to attend in person.

To receive the registration link, shareholders are asked to email by no later than 11.30am on Tuesday 16 November 2021, detailing your full name and Shareholder Reference Number.

What will be discussed?

Resolution 12

Resolution 12 is an ordinary resolution, requisitioned on behalf of members in accordance with section 338 of the Companies Act 2006 and is not proposed by the directors.

It relates to whether Celtic should ask UEFA to investigate the granting of a European licence to Rangers back in 2010.

The club thought they had closed the matter at last year's meeting. 

However, The Celtic Trust generated enough backing from fellow shareholders to proposed a resolution.

Transfer window

As January approaches, it's only natural that the topic of recruitment will come up. 

Ange Postecoglou drafted in ten new players since joining the club in June. 

There has been varied success, however, the captures of Kyogo, Joe Hart and then loan signings of Jota and Cameron Carter-Vickers have been particular successes.

Shareholders are keen to know how the club are placed for going into the winter window, with Ange admitting he still has gaps to fill in his squad.

Dominic McKay

In a move which shocked Scottish football, Dom McKay left Celtic after just 72-days in the job as chief executive.

He was recruited as the successor to long-term CEO Peter Lawwell.

Leaving in September, the former SRU boss cited "personal reasons" for his departure.

Michael Nicholson remains in the role on an interim basis.