May 22, 2022

ANGE POSTECOGLOU says Bodo / Glimt should be a movement for every club in Scotland.

The Celtic boss has a lot of respect for Euro rival Kigatl Nitson, and what he has done to Norway to destroy his side champions and Roma.


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Celtic Bass Eng Postikoglu


Celtic Bass Eng Postikoglu

Despite working on meager resources, the Norwegians still keep their team a strength at home and in Europe.

Asked how the Celtics compare to their Conference League play-off opponents, Hopes boss Postikoglu said: “They have similarities.

“There are differences, but they are definitely a team that likes to keep the ball and be aggressive with their press.

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“I think that’s why it’s going to be a good game.

“Credit to Notson. I’m really impressed with the way he has brought the team together and the football he plays.

“It shows you that you don’t need a big budget to be a big club.

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“Maybe there’s a lesson for Scottish clubs – you can still play that kind of football, even if you’re a big club, or you don’t have a big budget.

“Bodo is a city of 50,000 people. Their stadium has 6,000 people.

“But you get the right coach and the right kind of mentality, then you can play that kind of football.”

Bodo / Glimt are coming out of their pre-season after winning the title at the end of last year. Since then, he has sold four key players.

But Posticoglu believes he is not as fluent as the Park Head squad he inherited last summer.

Australia added: “It’s not the same situation. They have the same coach as last year. I was not the same coach.

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“They have lost four players, but the majority of their squad is still there.

“There are similarities, but with the coaches not changing and having the same perspective, I think that’s less of a challenge for them.

“I hope they are good. I’ve seen their pre-season and they play like that, at the same level.

“I’ve seen him in Europe before this season and he’s done really well. If we have any advantage, maybe this match is in fitness.

But it will only appear when we work hard at night.

“That’s probably the only benefit, but coming out of the pre-season we’re definitely not reducing them or thinking they’re going to weaken.”

Postecoglou is eager for a higher goal in the conference league for its league leaders and the winners of the Premier Sports Cup.

He said: “It’s an opportunity to re-evaluate and re-measure myself, and I’m excited about it.

“What’s the point of rolling on Thursday if you don’t think you can win anything?”

“For me, it’s about constantly exposing your players to that level and playing your football.

“We have a big challenge for Bodo / Gilmit.

“You play into these things to try and succeed. If you have the opportunity, why waste it?”

“If we don’t succeed, we will dust ourselves off and go again next year.

“But you don’t just enter to participate and potentially miss the opportunity to create something.”

Postecoglou, who is back with Josip Juranovic but is without Mickey Johnston, was pleased to see midfielder Matt O’Riley make his bid for a place in the Danish squad for the World Cup later this year. Expressed

The 21-year-old midfielder, who hit the ground running after his return from MK Dons last month, qualifies for the Danes through his mother.

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Regarding his appetite for excellence, the Celts boss added: “When I spoke to Matt, it was part of the process for me to understand him as a person.

“I could see how ambitious he was. He wants to be the best footballer he can be and he wants to go very high.

“Whether it’s with his club or with the international team, he wants to experience it all.

“The thing I hope for is that the dressing room is full of that, and that’s the kind of player we’ve brought.

“They are very ambitious, very driven, and want to be the best. If you have a dressing room full of them, it helps you move forward.

“Joseph is going to the World Cup. I’m sure Colm McGregor and the Scottish boys want it too. Tommy Rojak, Kyogo and the Japanese boys.

“From that point of view, I want this kind of dressing room, which has players who are passionate and passionate and they can be the best.”

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