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Angry Celtic fans react to Spurs’ new chant about manager Ange Postecoglou

Will Evans

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Angry Celtic fans react to Spurs’ new chant about manager Ange Postecoglou

Celtic fans have made their feelings clear over Tottenham Hotspur’s new chant about manager Ange Postecoglou.

The Australian coach left Scottish giants Celtic to take the hot seat at Spurs back in June and has had a great start to his tenure with the North London club.

The North London side remain unbeaten registering a 2-2 draw with Brentford last weekend before convincingly beating Manchester United 2-0 on Saturday.

Losing star man Harry Kane doesn’t seem to have fazed Postecoglou who has delivered on his promise to bring entertaining football back to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.



The striker, who is Spurs and England’s all-time leading goalscorer sealed a move to German champions Bayern Munich recently for an initial fee of £86.4m.

Following the victory over United, Spurs fans debuted a ‘new’ chant on the concourse in support of their new boss Postecoglou.

However, angry Celtic supporters weren’t amused at the song which the Spurs faithful seemed to have copied off them.


One fan sarcastically tweeted: “That’s a belter, how did they come up with that?”

Whilst another said: “There's f*** all new about it…Typical English, steal everything land and now football chants.”

A Spurs fan admitted defeat saying: “Don't act like we came up with it. Credit, where we got it from, is due!”

Postecoglou had tremendous success whilst in charge at Parkhead, leading the club to a domestic treble before moving to the Premier League.


His forward-thinking philosophy has coined the term “Angeball”, with the Australian also not afraid to give young players a chance.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola spoke highly of Postecoglou when asked about his appointment at Spurs back in June.

He said: “Another exceptional manager is coming. I was lucky to have met him in Tokyo years ago when he was manager of Yokohama.

“It was an interesting chat, and we have a good relation. He’s done well for Celtic in Glasgow, made an incredible job.”

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@AwayDays_ & Getty

Topics: Fan Reactions, Celtic, Tottenham Hotspur

Will Evans
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