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.
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?”