Haggerty: Celtic a cohesive unit and fans enjoying ‘Ange-Ball’

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The Celtic Way reporter Tony Haggerty believes that Celtic are a cohesive unit and playing ‘Ange-Ball’, which the fans are enjoying. 

After an opening day 2-1 defeat to Hearts, Celtic responded in decent fashion winning both their next two Scottish Premiership matches 6-0 against Dundee and St Mirren respectively, before losing against Rangers and beating Ross County last time out.

New manager Ange Postecoglou has added 12 new players to his Celtic team this summer and has got the scoring plenty of goals as a result, and now they’ve started keeping some clean sheets.

The sit fifth in the league table coming into the weekend, three points behind arch-rivals Rangers atop the standings.

And Haggerty believes that Celtic are looking like a cohesive unit once again and the fans are enjoying the brand of football that manager Ange Postecoglou has implemented, labeling it ‘Ange-Ball’.

He told This is Futbol: “Now they’re a cohesive unit, they’re playing this ‘Ange-ball’ as the Celtic supporters are calling it – it’s a brand of attacking football, two six-nil wins at home back-to-back.

“In the three domestic games earlier this season they had 104 shots at goal, it’s incredible stats, now can they up that level and score more goals?”

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