Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou has urged his players to end the season in style as they reach the finishing line. Celtic are four points away from clinching the title with three games to go. A victory over the Hearts would realistically clinch the title as they have a far superior goal difference than their rivals Rangers. If Rangers beat Dundee then Celtic would officially seal the title at home to Motherwell.
“Obviously after last weekend’s game, I think for everyone there was quite a bit of emotion and physical exertion on the day so we gave the boys a couple of days off to recover and refresh them a little bit,” Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou said. “We are back in training and looking forward to it. It’s been a challenging year but we are in the final straight now. We know as a group we have 10 days together and we want to make the most of it. It’s kind of a tricky one because you don’t want to fall over the line and just get it over and done with. It’s important you actually enjoy this bit.”
“The challenge is still in front of us, we haven’t accomplished what we want to, so enjoy this bit, be up for it, don’t want it just to come to you. We have been pretty strong on the players and everyone just to embrace the challenge of wanting to win it our way, play our football, and finish strong rather than just hoping it will finish so we can get it over and done with,” he added. “We want to finish strong and make sure we play our best football at the most important part of the year and we are going to have to be good on Saturday to do that.”