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Postecoglou Shows Why He Is So Beloved With Emotional Interview After Celtic Title Win

Postecoglou Shows Why He Is So Beloved With Emotional Interview After Celtic Title Win
Colman Stanley
By Colman Stanley
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Celtic have secured the 2022/23 Scottish Premier League title with four games to spare, after beating Hearts 0-2 away from home this afternoon.

Their beloved Aussie boss, Ange Postecoglou, has now guided them to back-to-back league and cup titles, all while playing an attractive brand of football.

After the game, he gave an emotional and humble interview, thanking the fans and his family for his success.

I want it for the players, I want it for this football club, I want it for the staff, because it's a reflection, I think, of the team they've been this year.

Ange Postecoglou Gives Emotional Speech After Celtic Win League Title




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"I'm just really proud of this group of players and staff," added Postecoglou.

"They've maintained an absolutely ridiculous standard this year. They are relentless in their approach.

"Having success last year, you always worry as a manager - are they going to be as hungry? From the first day, they haven't let up and it's a credit to every single one of them.

"We're a better side this year than we were last year. That's a credit to the lads because it's very easy to not have the same hunger and desire as we did last year. I haven't had to intervene at all in terms of making sure we're backing on track. It's been an outstanding season.

"We still have four games to go and a Cup final to prepare for. It's not over and we want to finish our season strong. These guys won't let their standards slip.

"I'm immensely proud. I've had a great deal of support, part within the football club from Dermot Desmond to the board to the management. I've got an outstanding football team behind me that have trusted me. I feel really blessed for that, and for my inner circle who make a lot of sacrifices."

Whatever happens next for the Australian, he'll be remembered as the man who brought Champions League football back to Parkhead. If he does leave, his successor will be managing Celtic in the Champions League and have some big boots to fill.


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