5. Postecoglou’s teams play a free-flowing, attacking brand of football
Playing attacking, free-flowing football is as important to Postecoglou as it is Tottenham supporters.
He prides himself on it, recently saying that he wants to coach a team that entertains, whom the fanbase can be proud of and want to watch consistently.
If that doesn’t sound like a beautiful symphony to the ears, you probably haven’t watched enough Tottenham Hotspur football lately. Sufficed to say, the current version of Spurs employs an entirely different brand of football.
Celtic scored an eye-popping 103 goals in 33 league games during the 2022-23 campaign, an average of 3.12 per match. That was 22 goals more than arch-rivals and second-place finishers Rangers.
Admittedly, we are talking about one of the more inferior leagues in the continent, but still, you can only play the team in front of you.
In his first season in charge, Celtic scored 78 goals, again the most in the top flight, nine more than Rangers.
Celtic managed only 66 goals in the 2020-21 campaign, the season before Postecoglou took charge and implemented his irrepressible and irresistible offensive panache.