Ange Postecoglou reveals that she is in contact with superstar Celtic fan Rod Stewart and a PK Blinder actor as Snoop Dogg plans to meet her at the Wild Scottish Title Festival.
- Postecoglou is overwhelmed with messages of support from superstar fans
- Rod Stewart, actor, musician and friend from Australia has reached out to the manager
- Celtic will celebrate the title on May 14 after playing Motherwell at home
Former Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou says his phone is flying with messages from superstar Celtic fans when the eighty managers led the club to the 2022 Scottish Premiership.
The 56-year-old won the title with a 1-1 draw with Dundee United on May 12, and fans around the world have come out to congratulate him on his team’s victory.
Diehard fan Rod Stewart is pictured watching his beloved Scottish footballer play Celtic Park against their nefarious Glasgow Rangers.
‘I have all kinds. You find that a lot of people support this football club, ‘said Postecoglou Daily Telegraph.
‘[W]Whether it’s someone like Rod Stewart, [singer] Luis Capaldi, [comedian] Kevin Bridge. I had an excellent clip from a guy from Peaky Blinders.
‘Very important people on the board. Eddie McGuire is a big Celtic fan because of his father. I’m close to Luke Beverages, Craig Bellamy, Brian Gurjian, Neil Craig, Eddie Jones and many more. ‘
The Scottish club has amassed 9 million fans and followers from more than 200 support groups around the world, with 60,000 diehards flocking to Celtic Park to watch their side play.
After a 12-month hiatus, Postecoglo’s transition from an unknown assi to a Scottish hero caught the eye rapper Snoop Dogg, who promised to fly to Glasgow and celebrate with Celtic.
Snoop Dogg said in April: “My brothers are not there yet but they are close to winning the championship after the victory over the Rangers.
‘[The] The passport is safe outside … as soon as they become champions, believe me I am on a flight to Glasgow. ‘
Stewart also paid to visit Postecoglo at his home earlier this year, and Celtic fans added his name to Wham! The song ‘Last Christmas’ went viral.
“I was scared to hear my kids sing at Christmas,” said Postecoglo.
‘It’s all a little bit real. But I think before one of the recent games I knocked on my door and Rod Stewart came in and hugged me. And it shows you the changes! ‘
Rod Stewart poses on Instagram, featuring Celtic green and white stripes – celebrating his Scottish title from Los Angeles
On May 13, Stewart posted a picture of himself in Celtic color while away in Beverly Hills, with the caption: ‘Celts are champions again! @celticfc ‘.
Celtic host Motherwell on May 14, hoping for a strong victory in a major title celebration kick-off.
Ten years after Australia won their fourth and final A-League championship with Brisbane Roar, the Scottish Premiership has won the sixth title of Postecoglo’s career.