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“That should be impossible, but the fans have been brilliant,” Postecoglou praises Celtic Support

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Celtic, under Ange Postecoglou, has garnered global attention following a remarkable performance at Paradise. In a thrilling spectacle at Celtic Park, 60,000 enthusiastic Celtic supporters cheered the team to a convincing 3-0 victory over the Rangers, propelling them to the top of the cinch Premiership for the first time under the Australian manager.

Post-match, amidst media duties, Celtic’s manager spoke to a radio station in Melbourne, attempting to elucidate the significance of the Glasgow Derby. Postecoglou likened it to the intensity of a matchup between Port Adelaide and Adelaide Crows but emphasized that the Glasgow Derby surpasses it by a thousand times. He highlighted the generational and societal roots of the rivalry, where passion for the football club is deeply embedded in the lives of supporters.

Postecoglou acknowledged the consequences of the match, understanding the standard football rule in Glasgow that only one team emerges as the winner. The losing manager often faces catastrophic outcomes, as is being speculated for theRangers’ manager, GVB.

Reflecting on his Australian background and the skepticism that often accompanies it, Postecoglou expressed gratitude for the fans’ support. He emphasized the importance of getting everyone to believe in him, recognizing the ongoing mission to deliver success to the team and its supporters.

Despite initial setbacks earlier in the season, Postecoglou commended his team’s resilience and their acceptance of the rebuilding process. The recent 3-0 win over title rivals was deemed significant, especially given the club’s previous struggles against theRangers. Postecoglou praised his players for their outstanding performance in the game, particularly the first 45 minutes, and highlighted the importance of delivering for the supporters.

The manager acknowledged the pressure on the team to perform consistently, emphasizing the need for near perfection in the Scottish Premiership. Despite challenges, the players have been resilient and focused on overcoming obstacles, with the Glasgow Derby holding extra significance for the supporters who returned to the stadium after a prolonged absence.



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