Glasgow Celtic Champions – A Message from Ange Postecoglou

Title winning, treble chasing Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou has issued the following message to Celtic supporters all over the World after today’s 2-0 win at Tynecastle wrapped up yet another Scottish Premiership win, that two in a row for Ange and 11 from 12 for the club in an era of near on total domination of the Scottish game by Celtic Football Club.

Next weekend we are at Ibrox for the dead rubber and can obviously talk about the Guard o Honour any half decent opponent would provide for the newly crown Champions. Here is the message from the man that Celtic fans are calling The King of Scotland on his Coronation weekend as his team become the undisputed Champions again ole ole…Over to you Ange…


This is another wonderful day for our football club, champions of Scotland again, and I know this achievement will be celebrated by Celtic supporters all over the world.

Crowned as back-to-back Scottish Premiership winners – it sounds good doesn’t it!

These are the moments I wanted to bring to you, moments when we celebrate all that is great about Celtic, when we see all our hard work deliver the success it deserves.

And our success is the culmination of an enormous amount of hard work put in every single day by everyone at the club – the players, coaching staff and all of our colleagues who work at Lennoxtown and Celtic Park.

Everything we do here is for our supporters, to give you a team to be proud of and to play a style of football that you will enjoy watching, and the incredible backing that we’ve received throughout the season has been invaluable. This league triumph is a reward for all of us who love this unique club of ours.

It has been another successful season for the club in winning both the League Cup and now the Premiership title, and we hope that we can enjoy further success together in a few weeks’ time when we compete in the Scottish Cup final.

That’s an occasion everyone is looking forward to, and when it comes around, the players will show the same level of focus and determination in preparing for that match. Before then, of course, we have four more league games to complete, including two at Celtic Park, and I’m sure the atmosphere will be fantastic at Paradise when we come together to celebrate what the players have achieved.

Every player has played their part in this campaign, whether in our attacking or defensive play and that is the key to anything we achieve. Football is a team game and only a team, united, can ultimately deliver success. Now we can look forward with confidence to the challenges that lie ahead.

One of the rewards for winning the Premiership is qualification to the group stages of the UEFA Champions League. Everyone in football knows how special European nights at Celtic Park are, and we will welcome some of Europe’s top teams and best players to our stadium knowing that, with 60,000 supporters behind us, we can compete with the very best.

Our strength is our unity with you, our supporters. We know that the atmosphere you create at Celtic Park is second to none and please never underestimate how important this is. When we’re all in together, we know we can achieve great things.

Enjoy celebrating this title success because it’s something we’ve all worked hard for and these are the moments we should all savour.

Life for many people is often challenging and in current times even more so. I’ve always said though that the true joy of occasions like today, even for a short time, can lift people in such a positive way. That really is something special for me.

I am immensely proud of this team and we thank you for all you have given us this year. Enjoy today with your families and your loved ones and celebrate all that is great about Celtic. You deserve it!

Ange Postecoglou

About Author

The Celtic Star founder and editor, who has edited numerous Celtic books over the past decade or so including several from Lisbon Lions, Willie Wallace, Tommy Gemmell and Jim Craig. Earliest Celtic memories include a win over East Fife at Celtic Park and the 4-1 League Cup loss to Partick Thistle as a 6 year old. Best game? Easy 4-2, 1979 when Ten Men Won the League. Email

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