Ange Postecoglou earns Manager of the Year award after Celtic success

Ange Postecoglou has been named as the Manager of the Year at the London Football Awards. Ange won a Treble before departing from Spurs in the summer, joining the club in turmoil and steadying the ship whilst delivering an impressive brand of football.

Given the timing of the awards, it is clear that Ange’s success at Celtic has been taken into account. Such is the impressive run that the Aussie is on. Just over a year ago, Ange helped Celtic to win the League Cup in an enthralling Final against Rangers.

The 58-year-old enjoyed enormous success in his two years as Celtic manager before the draw of the Premier League took him to London. Despite arriving as an unknown quantity, Ange developed Celtic into an incredible attacking outfit, winning five out of a possible six domestic trophies and doing so with fluid, attractive football.

Postecoglou has had an initial impact at Spurs with fans fawning over his humble personality and razor-sharp wit. Hopefully the Australian can lead the Lilywhites into the Top 4 and continue the impressive trajectory since arriving in the UK.

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