Ange Postecoglou signs a four-year contract that links him to Tottenham Hotspur, as reported by British talkSPORT and The Guardian. The Celtic manager was also mentioned as a possible successor to John Heitinga but will now join the Premier League. He becomes the first Australian to coach at the highest level in England.
The chairman of Tottenham, Daniel Levy, explains why the club chose the 57-year-old manager: "Ange brings a positive mentality along with a fast, attacking style of play. He has proven himself as someone who develops players and understands the connection that the first team must have with the youth academy. These are all values that are important to our club. We are delighted that Ange is joining us."
The Celtic manager bids farewell to the club in style. He won the league title this season, the second in a row. Postecoglou expresses his gratitude to the board, the players, and the fans in an emotional farewell letter. It states, "I want to thank everyone at the club from the bottom of my heart for everything they have given me. It has been an honor to be asked to coach Celtic, and during my two years here, I have given my all to bring success to our supporters."
Postecoglou was also mentioned by various Dutch media as a possible head coach for Ajax, but he has now chosen to join The Spurs. Meanwhile, it appears that Ajax is close to appointing Kjetil Knutsen of Bodo/Glimt as its coach.
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