A lot of Celtic fans have responded to New York City FC, appointing Ronny Deila as their new manager ahead of the upcoming MLS season.
Deila was in charge of the Bhoys for two years and won the SPFL twice as well as the League Cup before Brendan Rodgers replaced him.
Was Deila a good manager for Celtic?
Yes, won a few trophies
No, he was poor in Europe
The 44-year-old Norwegian will be re-united with Gary Mackay-Steven, who he signed for Celtic while he was at the club.
A lot of Celtic fans wish Deila all the best in his new job.
Ronny Deila Named #NYCFC Head Coach ?
— New York City FC (@NYCFC) January 6, 2020
Good luck Ronny. ??
— KeefJackass (@ScotsIrishCelt) January 6, 2020
Best of luck to Ronny, I liked him at Celtic. If he’s got enough time, I’m sure he’ll build a good team.
— Steven 1888 (@1888steven) January 6, 2020
Congratulations on winning the Soccer Ball League Trophy for the next decade!
— ? Gastro Celtic ? (@Gastro_Celtic) January 6, 2020
Great to see you doing well Ronny, can’t bring myself to support a team that’s blue?sorry. Good luck anyway ??????
— Callum Rae (@CallumAUFC) January 6, 2020
My hero. ?
— – (@Tam_Selleck) January 6, 2020
What a guy.
— CeltsAreHere (@HereCelts) January 6, 2020
— ?? (@jillj579) January 6, 2020
What do we think?
Deila was overall, a successful manager for the Bhoys as he won the league twice, but he struggled in the cup competitions and in also in Europe.
The Norwegian announced in April 2016 that he would be leaving Celtic, and he returned home to Norway to take over Vålerenga where he has remained until New York City FC announced that Deila would be their new head coach.
It remains to be seen how he does, but many Celtic fans are hoping Deila does well.