Ange Postecoglou arrived at Celtic with a clear vision on how he wanted the team to play.

It’s still early days but we’re already seeing what ‘Ange Ball’ is all about.

Top journalist Sacha Pisani had been crunching the numbers when it comes to how Celtic play their football.

The stats point to a high octane, easy on the eye football team who like to entertain.

It’s not always possible given what Celtic are up against on a weekly basis – i.e absolute hammer throwers with no intention of playing a football.

Still, Celtic have started to find a rhythm and already find themselves in the first cup final of the season.

The hoops have scored 32 goals in the league this season – a whopping 26 of them have been in open play. Incredible.

Ange has an uncompromising philosophy. Many pundits down under told us there will always be teething problems when Ange takes a new side and implements his ideas but he ultimately comes good.

I think those pundits are feeling confident about that particular prediction.

The bhoys are in a good place, but they are in a position where they can’t afford to lose any more ground in the league before the end of the year.


  1. Until we get rid of the ponces they call referees, problems will result. Injuries are inevitable but, refs have a DUTY to ensure players are safe on the pitch. Clancy is a ref in point. Watched the game on PPV, and he stood out as a prime example of someone who didn’t give a tomtit who fouled who. He just could not be bothered. Is it £1000 a game they get? The lazy b@stards. Easy money for the klan brothers. The game is a bogey, it’s the idiots running the asylum.

    • Spot on, it’s open season on Celtic players, the amount of unpunished “heavy” fouls is disgraceful and I can understand if foreign players decide to give us a wide berth. It really is time for change and I’m at a loss as to why the Celtic board aren’t screaming at the SFA.


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