As Celtic fans, we all know by now the sort of character Ange Postecoglou is.

The 56-year old carries himself in a classy manner, seeming to always say the right thing, no matter how he is questioned or what subject it surrounds.

During his first six months or so as boss, he has already delivered many brilliant gestures to supporters and those involved within the club.

On Friday afternoon, Ange was at it again, after picking up another manager of the month award for February, praising his backroom staff heavily.

This time around, though, it wasn’t the familiar faces such as John Kennedy or Gavin Strachan. It was, in fact, those who play a big role behind the scenes that we might not see, as the Celtic manager was picked with his first-team analysts.

As reported by the Daily Record, Ange was once again full of praise for those who work behind the scenes, insisting that they deserve recognition for the hard work done on a daily basis.

“It’s important that everyone gets recognition. I am the frontman, but these guys are working their backsides off on a daily basis to give me and the players the information we need to make decisions.

“They are crucial, and when you get a manager of the month award, I totally understand that’s not recognition of me and my work.

“That’s recognition of the whole staff’s work as for all intents and purposes; they spend more time with the players than I do.”

It might seem like very small gestures, but things like this from Ange show the sort of character he is, making sure everyone gets the praise they deserve.

Moves like this will also likely prove to be a massive morale booster for all those involved in the positions we might not see behind the scenes, getting credit such as this from the manager.

Hopefully, the results this campaign continue, and it might not be the last award Ange and his staff pick up before now and the end of the season.

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