Ange Postecoglou reacts to winning yet another award at Celtic; shows his class again

By John McGinley

April 1, 2022

Ange Postecoglou has been named manager of the month in the Scottish Premiership for the fourth time this season, for results and performances throughout the month of March.

Celtic beat St Mirren, Livingston and Ross County last month, also progressing against Dundee United in the Scottish Cup.

It’s the third month in a row that Postecoglou has picked up the award.

In typically humble fashion, he paid tribute to the staff around him first and foremost, telling the official website: “It’s nice to receive this award so quickly again but is testament to our whole group and, of course, the consistency and commitment they have shown.

“And by the whole group, I mean everyone at the club – players, all staff and my backroom team who have all worked so hard to deliver such positive results and performances.’

“It goes without saying that our fans have also played a key role in delivering this consistency through the magnificent support we have received throughout.”

“The pressure is all on Rangers” | Scott McDonald on Celtic’s massive Ibrox opportunity

“The pressure is all on Rangers” | Scott McDonald on Celtic’s massive Ibrox opportunity
67 Hail Hail (Youtube)

As we know, Postecoglou doesn’t rest on laurels and will only be focused on one game at the moment – Sunday’s match against Rangers.

If we win that one, the manager won’t only be well on his way to another monthly manager award but the league title itself.

What an achievement that would be in the context of the rebuild that has taken place at the club in such a short period.

No-one’s laughing at Ange now.

In other news, Confirmed: Boli Bolingoli in Celtic limbo again after Russian loan move collapses.