GAVIN STRACHAN gave his first interview since doing as first team coach to Neil Lennon and John Kennedy earlier this week. The ex-Peterborough assistant manager has replaced Damien Duff as the Celtic first team coach and admitted that he was delighted to get started with a session today.
The interview covers the aims of Strachan, which centre upon improving this current group of players and achieving 10IAR.
🗣️ “I’m delighted to have joined! It’s been a bit of a whirlwind, but it was good to see the quality of the players & coaches today. I’m determined to help the team achieve their objectives.”
— Celtic Football Club (from 🏡) (@CelticFC) June 24, 2020
As the son of Gordon and former colleague of Darren Ferguson, Strachan will know just how important following on from a successful father is. Strachan was in Glasgow signing the relevant paperwork as he begins to prepare for his role as Celtic first team coach.