Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou has eased the pressure on his job today – just as Andriy Shevchenko has been surprisingly linked with the job.
The Bhoys beat Aberdeen 2-1 at Pittodrie this afternoon with Jota bagging a late winner for Postecoglou’s men.
The Australian looked somewhat emotional at the full-time whistle, showing just how much the win meant to him.
Celtic have had some difficult results of late, piling the pressure on Postecoglou.
Today’s win eases that pressure, which is a relief given the latest rumour surrounding Celtic.
Shevchenko touted for Celtic job as Postecoglou replacement
Postecoglou only landed the Celtic job over the summer, but those recent results have sparked rumours about his future.
The Sun report that Andriy Shevchenko wants to make a move to Britain for his next post.
The AC Milan legend is out of management having quit as Ukraine boss after Euro 2020.
Shevchenko now wants to head to Britain, and it’s suggested that Celtic are now on red alert for him.
Shevchenko won 48% of his games as Ukraine boss, but was dismantled 4-0 by England in the quarter-finals of Euro 2020.
The 45-year-old has allegedly put feelers out for potential upcoming vacancies, possibly targeting Celtic.
Today’s win buys Postecoglou some time, and that’s what he deserves.
This isn’t a quick turnaround for Celtic and some patience is needed, and the Bhoys shouldn’t be making a change any time soon.