Postecoglou’s Celtic Tenure Not An Issue According To Former Star
Ange Postecoglou is expected to stay at the club for “the next few years,” according to former Celtic striker Frank McAvennie.
The 2-1 Viaplay Cup triumph against Rangers provided the ideal opportunity for the Aussie manager to express his happiness with the team and life in Glasgow.
That was good news for all Hoops supporters across the world since he is revered by the team’s supporters after turning around the club’s fortunes and winning three of the team’s four silverware while in charge.
Wednesday evenings encounter against Hearts will be his 100th game in command at Celtic and McAvennie is expecting that he will take control of many more games.
There has been a lot of media speculation regarding his future, but he isn’t leaving anytime soon after claiming that people will be shocked at how long his stay lasts.
“I THINK HE IS HERE FOR THE NEXT FEW YEARS,” MCAVENNIE TOLD [FOOTBALL INSIDER].
“HE IS AN HONOURABLE GUY, HE WANTS TO DO A JOB. HE IS HERE TO TAKE CELTIC TO WHERE I WANT.
“I THINK CELTIC SHOULD BE IN THE GROUP STAGE EVERY SINGLE YEAR. ONCE YOU GET TO THE GROUP STAGE YOU TRY AND AT LEAST FINISH IN THE EUROPA LEAGUE PLACES. THAT IS WHAT CELTIC DESERVE.
“IF ANGE DOES THAT HE WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE GENIUS.”
As he strives to move the team ahead consistently, the 57-year-old will have European football in his sights.
Regular Champions League competition brings in a ton of money that can be used to bolster the playing staff as well as lure top players to the club.
If he can restore the Hoops’ dominance in Europe, he will get even more admiration.