When Ange Postecoglou first stepped through the doors at Celtic, few could have predicted the remarkable transformation he would orchestrate. In less than two years, the Australian tactician has taken the club from one of its lowest ebbs in recent times to a position of strength and success without needing much time to settle in.
Postecoglou’s tenure has been marked by a brand of football that is effective and highly entertaining. The optimum standard of play he has implemented has reinvigorated the team and delighted fans. This blend of style and substance has been a key factor in Celtic’s resurgence under his leadership.
In recognition of his outstanding work in Glasgow, Postecoglou has been showered with numerous individual accolades. Among these, the prestigious Scottish Premiership Manager of the Month award stands out. A photo that recently surfaced on Twitter showcases these awards proudly displayed at Lennoxtown, Celtic’s training ground.
In the picture, eight awards can be seen, and the fact they are displayed in the canteen at Lennoxtown is hugely positive.
The big man’s awards in the first team canteen. 🍀👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/wEZjGCj3WN
— Diego Maradona’s Left Hand (@Johnontheline) May 22, 2023
This visual testament to the club’s recent success serves as a constant reminder to players, coaches, and staff of what they have achieved together. As Postecoglou often emphasizes, these awards are not just his; they are a testament to the collective effort of the entire club.
The impressive array of awards is a testament to the remarkable success Postecoglou has achieved at Celtic. However, the journey is far from over. Postecoglou and everyone at the club are keen to build on this success and continue this upward trajectory. A treble is on the cards and another crack at Europe next season is on the horizon.
As we look forward to what the future holds for Celtic under Postecoglou’s stewardship, one thing is clear: the Postecoglou era at Celtic FC is one of transformation, success, and exciting football.