It’s just 6 weeks since Ange Postecoglou took his first competitive game in charge of Celtic in our 1-1 home draw with FC Midtjylland.
In the weeks since then we’ve seen the arrival of some extremely talented players, the exits of some who no longer fit at Celtic, and the implementation of a style of play that we haven’t seen at Celtic Park for some time.
As Ange himself said, there will be bumps on the road along the way, and we’ve seen that already, but the turnaround we’ve seen in such a short space of time has been remarkable to date and it bodes very well for our future under his leadership.
He’s shown he has the character, integrity and experience to succeed at a club like ours and there’s no one we’d rather have leading the way.
We now enter the international break and with the transfer window closing this week we’ll know who’s fully committed to the season ahead by the time we return against Ross County on 11th September.
At that stage we’ll then have a chance to truly see the team that Ange has built. (Version 1.0)
With some exciting games coming up in our Europa League group and a title to be won back it’s shaping up to be a rollercoaster of a season. With Ange in the driving seat however I think there’ll be more ups than downs!
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