December 4, 2022

Sign him up, Ange

A young Celtic fan was floored by a steward during a live interview as Celtic celebrated winning the Scottish Premiership title on Saturday.

The Hoops were celebrating winning the Premiership after their home game against Motherwell, with Sky Sports covering the Glasgow side’s trophy lift and post-match reaction.

As the pundits spoke to Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou about the game and season in general, a young supporter made it onto the pitch and attempted to run towards the Australian coach.

However, one of the stewards situated close to the action was able to stop the youngster – flooring the Hoops fan with a perfectly timed slide tackle.

One of the pundits turned around to have a quick look at what had happened, but was only able to catch the aftermath. What a shame.

Celtic celebrate 10th title in 11 seasons

The Hoops secured their 10th league title in 11 seasons on Wednesday night following their 1-1 draw with Dundee United – with Giorgos Giakoumakis’ second-half header being cancelled out by a Dylan Levitt goal for the home side.

A point was enough to reclaim the crown from bitter rivals Rangers, with Postecoglou winning the league at his first attempt after arriving in the summer.

Celtic lost three of their first six matches, but since then, have performed incredibly well – going on a 32 game unbeaten run in the league.

Postecoglou’s men, who have also won the League Cup this season, will be competing in the Champions League season.

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