Celtic head coach Ange Postecoglou revealed that he is not focusing much on the future of Rangers boss Steven Gerrard. He refused to speculate about the prospects of Celtic after the Englishman leaves. He maintained that the team needs to focus on their own performances and ensure the momentum they have gathered recently. Celtic have won seven of their eight games since the start of October.
“It’s been a good little period for us. We’d been a bit unsettled in the previous month and results and performances were up and down, so we had to get some consistency and momentum.” Celtic head coach Ange Postecoglou said. “The whole group’s been outstanding through this last period, both domestically and in Europe. The award is great but it’s a reflection of how well the group is developing. It’s really important people don’t think this is on the back of something magical I’m doing. It’s the whole group – staff, and players – that’s working really hard.”
“I like to work pretty methodically. I don’t like to rush into things, whether that’s decisions about current affairs or future affairs. That’s why the summer transfer window, for me, was way too chaotic, but understandably so because of the situation I was put into.” he added. “I don’t want that to happen in January and I don’t want that to happen in the future. That won’t happen if we start working methodically from now. That doesn’t mean we ramp things up or do things at a faster pace, it just means we do things in a systematic way that allows us to make the best decision without feeling the pressure of time.”