Posts Tagged Postecoglou

Celtic v Hearts: Match Preview – 100 Games of Ange

The Age of Ange will enter its 100th match on Wednesday evening as Celtic play host to Hearts in the first of a quick-fire double header against the Edinburgh side with a Scottish Cup quarter-final to follow at Tynecastle on Saturday. It’s difficult to put into words

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Ange’s Pre-Match Press Conference: Mentality is Key to Celtic Success

Speaking at today’s press conference ahead of Sunday’s league game with St. Mirren, Ange Postecoglou confirmed that he has a full-strength squad at his disposal, with the exception of backup keeper Benji Siegrist who is expected back in training on Monday. Confirming that the players were given

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Mikey Johnston to Pick Ireland Over Scotland, but can he Salvage Celtic Career

According to media reports, Celtic winger Mikey Johnston, currently on loan with Vitoria Guimarães in the Portuguese Primeira Liga, is set to switch International allegiance from Scotland to the Republic of Ireland. The Glasgow born wide man has represented Scotland at Under 19 and Under 21 levels,

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League Cup Success: Celtic Continue to Set the Standards

A double from Kyogo Furuhashi either side of half-time ensured that Celtic emerged victorious from Hampden Park on Sunday, retaining their League Cup trophy at the expense of city rivals Rangers. The Hoops enjoyed the lion’s share of possession in the opening exchanges with Mooy, McGregor, and

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League Cup Final Preview

League Cup Final Preview Celtic take on Rangers in Sunday’s League Cup Final with both sides going into the match on extensive unbeaten runs.  In fact, both sides enter the fixture on a run of 9 consecutive wins in all competitions since the derby draw at Ibrox

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League Cup Final 2021/22: First Fruit of the Postecoglou Revolution

When John Beaton blew the final whistle at the end of the last season’s League Cup Final, he did not just signal the end of the game. More importantly for Celtic fans, this moment also brought to a close a dark 18 months in the club’s history. 

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