Video: Class clip of Ange Postecoglou and Celtic supporters emerges after dramatic win
Another win for Celtic, and another class video of Ange Postecoglou and the Hoops faithful emerges.
It’s a theme we’ve seen much of this season, especially with Celtic picking up vital points on the road. With Bhoys fans being praised by the players and manager last night, it’s no surprise some more jubilant scenes have emerged online.
The Hoops had two stands at Ross County’s Victoria Park last night, and they were packed to the rafters. All throughout the game, the travelling Celtic supporters could be heart at their raucous best, and there’s no doubt it gave the players a massive lift.
So, what did Ange do? What he always does; got stuck in. And you can watch it here, via @vicksmclean on Twitter.
Beautiful, beautiful scenes.
What a show the Celtic supporters who made it to Dingwall got last night, by the way. In a game that enthralled right to the very last, the Hoops fans were rewarded for their efforts. Anthony Ralston leapt to score a dramatic winner, and the scenes of bedlam spoke for themselves.
Of course, there were negative reactions from some corners. But those who travelled to Dingwall or watched from home got quite a show.
Ange Postecoglou is building a lasting rapport with the Celtic supporters
Of course, it’s much easier being a manager when you win games. But even when form wasn’t so good, Ange Postecoglou had significant backing. Primarily because the sense was that faith in him would be rewarded.
We’re not there yet. But the signs are positive. We have a Cup Final on Sunday, made a decent account of ourselves in Europe so far, and are within touching distance of the top of the Premiership. For what was meant to be a transitional seasons, Ange Postecoglou has us competing on multiple fronts, and with considerable gusto.
More than anything, it’s heartening to see any Celtic manager and the fans celebrating. After a year of games with no supporters attending, it’s not something we can take for granted any more.
It also means that, obviously, the results are coming. Otherwise there’d be no reason to celebrate, sing and watch as Ange Postecoglou pumps up the crowd.
Ange has become both a popular Celtic boss and a conductor for the crowds either at Celtic Park, or on the road.
Good times, indeed.