Scotland: Ange Postecoglu wins best October coach award

Écosse  : Ange Postecoglou décroche le prix du meilleur entraîneur d’octobre
Ange Postekoglu – Photo Credit: Icon Sport

Celtic FC manager Ange Postecoglu won the October Coach of the Month award. So he will replace Alexander Graham, the manager of Motherwell, who was appointed last month.

Ange Postecoglu was named Glenn’s Premiership Manager of the Month in October. The Hoops went undefeated in five Premiership games with four wins and one draw. The 56-year-old manager didn’t fail to dedicate his trophy to his staff made up of John Kennedy, Gavin Strachan, Stephen McManus and Steve Woods.

“It’s great to be recognized as Glenn’s Premiership Manager of the Month in this way. But I also want to thank the players, the coaches and the staff behind the scenes for all their efforts. Because, as always, we are the ones who Whatever we do, we do it together. Our football has been good and it has given really positive results and will give us something to look forward to,” said Ange Postecoglu.

Celtic are currently four points behind Rangers (30 points) in the Scottish Premiership. But the Scottish press fears the aggressive style of playing hoops and thinks they can catch up with their rival Glasgow.

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