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‘I’m having trouble finding the right words…’
“It’s all a little weird; we’ve been on a rollercoaster of emotions and obstacles from the day I came. I’m really proud of these athletes.”
When Ange Postecoglou, a straight-talking Greek-Australian, came in Scotland to restore a fallen giant to glory, he was a virtual unknown.
Six months later, he has become a Celtic legend, with the manager’s name ringing out at Hampden after the club’s thrilling League Cup victory on Sunday.
Postecoglou has brought order to the pandemonium, restructured the team, and won a title on his first try. Celtic’s 2-1 final victory against Hibernian paralleled his reign, as the team roared back from hardship.
“I’m usually fairly excellent,” the 56-year-old confessed, “but I’m having trouble finding the words this time.”
“I can’t promise victory, but I wanted to offer the fans optimism, which they saw right away.” It hasn’t been easy; we’ve had our ups and downs, but I believe they recognized potential in us.
“The players are quite tough. I’m pleased that they’ve received their rewards for it today.”
Transitional club has had a rocky start.
Postecoglou wasn’t even the club’s first pick for manager, with Celtic rushing to his door following a fruitless search for former Bournemouth coach Eddie Howe.
Postecoglou has won championships in Australia and Japan, when he was plucked from the Yokohama Marinos, as well as leading Australia at a World Cup.
However, in his first job in European football, he has had to prove himself all over again at a club that has gone from four years of unstoppable glory – a historic quadruple treble – to its first season without a trophy in more than a decade.
It’s hardly exaggeration to say that as Neil Lennon’s replacement, Postecoglou inherited a disaster. Last season, Celtic ended 25 points behind Rangers, and key players Odsonne Edouard, Kristoffer Ajer, and Ryan Christie were quickly sold to English teams.
Celtic were knocked out of Champions League qualification by Denmark’s Midtjylland and subsequently lost their Scottish Premiership opener against Hearts in his first games in charge, highlighting the magnitude of the repair necessary.
New signings were required in large numbers, and Postecoglou shown that he wasn’t happy to be a ‘yes man’ to the board by continually calling for reinforcements to come sooner.
Despite some encouraging indicators, such as a 6-0 thrashing of Dundee, Celtic have had their worst start to a league season in 23 years, with just nine points from their first six games.
Signings are thriving in this silver-plated rebirth.
Celtic captain Callum McGregor (left) and match-winner Kyogo Furuhashi (right) celebrate Celtic’s League Cup victory.
Postecoglou, on the other hand, kept to his ideals – high-intensity, high-risk offensive football – and his vision was soon accepted by the supporters.
While Celtic’s defensive flaws exist – as Paul Hanlon’s set-piece opener for Hibs in the final demonstrated – they are an exciting force to watch moving forward.
They won the League Cup for the eighth time in a row. Since the beginning of October, they have played 17 games in all competitions, winning 15, with the lone setback coming in the Europa League against Bayer Leverkusen of Germany.
With the Old Firm rivalry looming at Celtic Park on January 2, they have gone from sixth to second in the Premiership, seven points behind Rangers.
The bulk of Postecoglou’s big acquisitions have gone on to have successful careers. With his game-winning Hampden double, Kyogo Furuhashi now has 16 goals for the season. Joe Hart, a former England goalkeeper, made a crucial late save and has restored his name in Glasgow.
Jota, who was injured for the final, Cameron Carter-Vickers, a fellow loanee, and full-back Josip Juranovic have all impressed.
Existing players, notably midfielder Callum McGregor, who took over as captain from the departed Scott Brown, have flourished in the new age.
Celtic’s foundation is built on mutual respect, according to Postecoglou, who says: “You come to work with footballers, but the gold comes from dealing with people, and these guys are unique people.”
“All of them have a particular place in my heart. I accept responsibility for the ones I brought in.”
“He expects of us every single day and wants us to be the team we want to be,” McGregor said of the boss.
“It’s remarkable that this bunch of players came together in the summer and won a trophy at the first time of asking. We wanted to shake off the disappointment of last season and return the club to its former glory.
“We’ll keep pushing forward; all we want now is more success.”
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