Ange Postecoglou To Celtic: Exclusive Interview With Australian Football Journalist Scott McIntyre to bookmarks Description Comments News Description Delighted to be joined by Australian Football Journalist Scott McIntyre to talk about the impending appointment of Ange Postecoglou as Celtic Manager. Scott tells us what Celtic and Scottish Football fans can expect from Ange Postecoglou, why the deal is done and when Postecoglou will be appointed as the man to replace Neil Lennon at Celtic Park. Watch more exclusive Sports related videos on our YouTube channel. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel: YouTube: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: Spotify: Apple Podcasts: SoundCloud: Categories: Australian Football Information Users of Guests are not allowed to comment this publication. Related Videos: How much damage did COVID-19 do to our sporting nation? 730 Is Ange on the move to Celtic? Gegenpod LIVE NOWNEPAL VS AUSTRALIA LIVE NEPAL VS AUSTRALIA FOOTBALL KANTIPUR TV FOOTBALL LIVE Football Australia to investigate abuse allegations by Matildas players Adelaide's HUGE play for PICK ONE AFL Trade Rumours 7 Sports News - Nathan Fyfe Named Captain 14217 Introducing Australian Football A 1973 Documentary Australia: Great Sporting Land Channel 7 news story about Justin Charles suspension in 1997 Richmond Football College football fans continue to chant anti-Biden rhetoric 10 Sports Freo AFLW News - Mickle & Green Injured 13217 Concussion injuries taking a toll on young athletes, despite advances in elite sport ABC News Australian Football in Germany - Stuttgart Emus vs Munich Kangaroos 26042014 Brisbane Aussie rules program run in Auslan helps hearing-impaired kids kick goals ABC News 7 Sport & News Tuesday 19th Jan 2010wmv State of Football: Part III - Australian Football Round-table State of Football: Part II - Australian Football Round Table Ross Lyon responds to reports linking him to coaching return - Footy Classified Footy on Nine Football star Paul Vaughan sacked from the Dragons Coronavirus 9 News Australia One Word with Fabrizio Romano: Messi, Ronaldo, Raiola and Australian football?