Ronny Deila outlines how Celtic are different from most Premier League teams

Ronny Deila

Ronny Deila will leave Scottish Premiership giants Celtic at the end of the season.

Celtic manager Ronny Deila has explained to The Scottish Sun how the Bhoys are different from most clubs in the Premier League.

Deila has been in charge of Celtic since the summer of 2014, but he will leave the Scottish giants at the end of the season.

The Norwegian won the Scottish Premiership and the Scottish League Cup with the Hoops last season.

Celtic are on the verge of clinching the Scottish Premiership title yet again this campaign.

Deila has stated that the pressure of managing the Bhoys is massive, and that not many clubs in the Premier League have that kind of pressure.

“I will take with me the wisdom I have gained here,” the Celtic boss told The Scottish Sun. “But it is going to be difficult to get as high pressure a job as I had here.

“It would have to be a very, very good football team. I don’t think there are a lot of clubs in the Premier League which have that pressure. I think you have to go to the top six or seven teams to get that.”

Celtic are a big club and the pressure on the manager is massive, much more than it would be on a manager of a team in the lower half of the Premier League.

Deila has been a success for the Hoops domestically, but in Europe he has failed the team.

The Glasgow giants have failed to progress to the group stage of the Champions League twice in a row under Deila.

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