ANGE POSTECOGLOU has reacted to Celtic’s winning goal after some have claimed that the winner should have been chopped off.

Liel Abada was said to be offside (replays suggest otherwise) when the ball was lifted over the defence for Jota to run onto. Despite not interfering with the play, Glass and Brown seemed to be outraged the goal was allowed to stand.

In reaction to the goal, Postecolgou admitted he did not have a clear view; [As quoted by the Daily Record]

“I am in the worst position in the world to comment on something like that, I am nowhere near it.

“The linesman is line with that, he is making the decision, along with the referee, from my perspective, with those kind of things, you let the officials take care of it.

“I can’t stand here from the middle of the ground and say what I though of the incident, the goal was given, I thought from us it was a good reaction from us to being level.

“We went out there and didn’t look to go into our shell, we looked for a third goal and we got it.”

The fact is that Liel Abada did not interfere with play, and he was played onside by Aberdeen’s Ross McCrorrie.

The offside claims will continue for a few days, but it’s a non-story.

The correct one was made here in a match when the referee made a few poor decisions.

Celtic can never win a match without someone finding something to complain about, even if it is nothing significant, and tonight is no exception.

Stephen Glass’ side caused the Hoops some trouble in the second half, but Celtic was too strong to drop points.


  1. The closed narrative here is ‘ Beat the huns and all your goals will be criticised ‘. And then gone through in slowed down form and analyzed. With the word anal being extremely anal.
    I wish these cun7s would get a life. They’re just picking holes in holes.


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