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Ange’s Reminder – You gotta love Martin O’Neill

You gotta love Martin O’Neill. The former Celtic boss finally met up properly with Ange Postecoglou at the Celtic Foundation charity evening in London on Thursday night, and while the Celtic support have been lauding the incredible debut season under the Boss, O’Neill as mentioned at yesterday’s Media Conference took the opportunity to remind the current Celtic manager that his numbers don’t quite match up to his own at the end of his first season in charge!
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Martin O’Neill delivers unexpected Celtic admission

Martin O’Neill is without doubt one of the greatest managers in the history of Celtic. And as Ange Postecoglou rebuilds this team after a terrible season, we are reminded of the sensational job that the Northern Irishman had done at the turn of the century at Parkhead, taking a side that had finished 21 points behind Rangers to a domestic treble in his first season in charge.
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Celtic legend Martin O’Neill makes brilliant Ange Postecoglou claim

Since his arrival as Celtic manager, Ange Postecoglou has done an incredible job of turning things around for the club. It is worth remembering that the Hoops finished 25 points behind the Rangers in the Premiership last season and could not win a single piece of silverware. This time around, they have already lifted the Scottish League Cup, and are in the running for both the Premiership and the Scottish Cup.
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Martin O’Neill has defended former Celtic manager

Martin O’Neill is one of the most beloved managers in recent Celtic history. He did a brilliant job at the club during his stint at Parkhead and almost even led them to European glory, only coming up short against Jose Mourinho’s legendary FC Porto side, who would go on to win the Champions League the following season. Another former manager, who was well on his way to becoming a club legend was Brendan Rodgers, but he is not remembered nearly as fondly.
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Martin O’Neill reveals how he feels about Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic run

There were not a lot of expectations around Celtic coming into the campaign. They were coming off of a 2020/21 campaign, when they had finished trophyless and 25 points behind the Rangers in the Premiership title race. On top of that, the club were set to undergo a massive overhaul in the summer, with several of their best players, like Odsonne Edouard, Kristoffer Ajer and Ryan Christie leaving, and several new signings arriving.
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Celtic legend Martin O’Neill gives brilliant advice to Ange Postecoglou

Ange Postecoglou has made a bright start to life at Celtic. The beginning might have been a bit shaky but the Hoops have steadied the ship well and now find themselves in a pretty good spot in the Premiership title race. The manager has quickly become a fan favourite and it looks like he has been able to impress club legend Martin O’Neill as well, who had some brilliant advice for him.
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On this day in 2006: Martin O’Neill appointed new Aston Villa boss

Former Celtic boss Martin O’Neill was confirmed as the new manager of Aston Villa on this day in 2006. O’Neill replaced David O’Leary, who was sacked by the Midlands club at the end of the 2005/06 season, on a 12-month rolling contract. The Northern Irishman had been away from football...
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Martin O’Neill suggests surprise name for next Celtic manager

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Martin O’Neill offers ringing endorsement of Roy Keane for Celtic manager job

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Martin O’Neill back to Celtic? “The Snowflake Generation might not be able to handle that,” Jackie McNamara

Former club captain Jackie McNamara reckons his old boss Martin O’Neill would be successful all over again if he could be persuaded to have another crack at the Celtic job. Speaking on Go Radio last night McNamara had plenty of respect for the manager who led Celtic all the way to Seville but much less for the current crop of Celtic players who he calls out as ‘the snowflake generation’.
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