Ange Will Not Feel Sorry For Himself And He Won’t Let This Celtic Team Either.

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Ange is a man under pressure.

He doesn’t seem bothered by it. He accepts it and gets on with it.

This was the message he sent out to the media yesterday and I can’t say I was surprised by it.

He has guts this guy, he’s not afraid of being in the spotlight.

This guy would not have taken this job if these kinds of things were going to bother him. He enjoys the spotlight. He seems to enjoy the pressure.

We are in the midst of major issues right now, but the message from the manager is that we accept what is and we carry on. What else is there for it? Ange won’t sit and feel sorry for himself, or down the tools and chuck it as a bad deal.

What’s more, he’s made it clear that he won’t let the players do so either.

He is not going to make excuses. He is not going to accept them. Ange knows we should be beating Utd tomorrow. Leverkusen is a different matter; they are getting at a good time for them.

Aberdeen next weekend, away, will be a tough battle … but again, Ange won’t let go into that one seeking anything but a victory.

Frankly, we can’t afford anything but a victory, and he went out of his way to say that yesterday as well. He did the right thing. All involved in this team need to know what the stakes are and he’s made sure they do.

For the next two months every day is a cup final.

Some couldn’t handle pressure like that.

Some of them will be inside Park. We’re going to find out who they are in short order. But I know this; the manager is not one of them. He can take it. He sometimes comes across like a guy who can take anything.

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  • kirikocho blazes says:

    I have to say i think the whole Eddie Who thing was ridiculous. I mean who in their right mind would expect a thinking English manager to come here and manage in Scotland? Our Board must be dimmer that I ever thought, if they really expected that one to happen? On the playing / transfer side Celtic have just sold five players for £35M and signed twelve for £19M. That is an obvious lessening of the quality of the players we now or will have available to play for us. That is not necessarily a bad thing, as the main priority this season is to win the League. There is a lot at stake in that regard this season!

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