The Celtic Exchange Weekly: For The Love Of Ange (#57)

ANGE POSTECOGLOU kicked off Valentine’s Day with another great interview back in his homeland with Stan Sport Australia and gave us yet another reminder (as if we needed one) of just why the Celtic fans have grown to love him so much.

We’ve almost got to the stage where we now look forward to his interviews as much as to watching his new look Celtic taking to the park (almost!) and it’s been a whirlwind romance since the charismatic Australian breezed into our lives last summer.

Last week saw us take care of Aberdeen in the League and Raith Rovers in the Scottish Cup as our perfect start to 2022 continues with 8 wins from 8 since the turn of the year.

The Bhoys will be looking to extend that further with another tough couple of fixtures at Celtic Park this week – firstly with Bodo Glimt in Thursday night’s UEFA Conference League tie, followed by a league game against Dundee on Sunday afternoon.

Tino, James & Chris were on the mics this week to discuss all of the above and more in this week’s Celtic Exchange Weekly.

0:00 Welcome To The Celtic Exchange Weekly - For The Love Of Ange
3:42 Celtic v Raith Rovers - Scottish Cup Review
27:29 The Return of Christopher Jullien
36:58 Celtic v Aberdeen Review
42:30 Celtic's Impressive Defensive Record
46:38 Celtic v Dundee Preview
50:38 Celtic v Bodo Glimt - UEFA Conference League Preview
1:00:25 Episode 57 - "For The Love Of Ange" - Closing Comments

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