He’ll get his first taste of the old firm at lunch tomorrow as he heads to Abrox.
But Ange Posticoglu is struggling because he is bidding to become one. Fifth. back to back Hoops Boss to win his derby debut.
Of Celts Gaffer has seen his rejuvenated side overcome some of the setbacks of the early season to give AZ a six-wicket win before the midweek defeat.
And despite playing in front of a full stadium, his style of play is unlikely to change. Rangers Supporter
Following in the footsteps of Neil Lennon (x2), Ronnie Della and Brendan Rogers, he will go on to win the inaugural Glasgow Derby under his guard.
Defeat of Tony Mobre. ابروکس۔ The last time was in 2009 when a Celtic boss failed to win his first fight with his city rivals.
Big Dale Rangers will beat Celtic in the Old Firm Showdown, adding to William Hill’s special odds of 40/1.
And since the turn of the century, the numbers have been in favor of Celtic managers.
Sun Sport. Take a look at these past conflicts since 2000 as we await the first tour of Posticoglu in the old firm Dugout.
Martin O’Neill – Celtic 6 Rangers 2 – August 2000
About 21 years after the famous ‘Demolition Derby’ in Celtic Park.
Chris Sutton’s opening goal in the first minute is a sign of things to come as Stalin Petrov and Paul Lambert made a Celtic three-up in 12 minutes.
It was also the scene of the famous Larsen Chip when he left Stephen Klaus trapped in the middle of his box in a strong win.
Gordon Strachan – Rangers 3 Celtic 1 – August 2005.
As Strachan’s first shot at the old firm, a normal clash between the two, including a goal and a red card, ended in defeat.
Alan Thompson was sent to Long on Nacho Novo within the first half hour, while Neil Lennon was sent to blow the whistle full-time.
Shaun Maloney scored late on goals from Dido Persu, Thomas Buffalo and Nacho Novo Rangers.
Tony Mobrey – Rangers 2 Celtic 1 – October 2009.
The defeat summed up the time of Tony Mobre.
It was the first of two defeats at Abrox and they were shocked when Kenny Miller scored within eight minutes.
Miller added a second before Eden McGaddy’s penalty was returned to Celtic.
Despite all the pressure in other periods, the Hopes have not been able to equalize.
Neil Lennon – Celtic 2 Rangers 1 – May 2010.
It was the Rangers’ first derby defeat in a year when Neil Lennon won the final clash of the league campaign.
Lee Naylor gave Celtic the lead with a deflected free kick in the eighth minute before Kenny Miller’s equalizer.
But Mark Anton Fortune led the way as Lee McCulloch was the recipient of the red card this time.
Ronnie Della – Celtic 2 Rangers 0 – February 2015.
This time Ronnie Della’s spell in the League Cup semi-final saw the first old firm meeting since 2012.
Lee Griffiths led the opener 10 minutes before Chris Commons’ scream added a second to the half-hour mark.
Rangers failed to hit a single shot at the target as the backline of Virgil Van Dyk kept them out.
Brendan Rodgers – Celtic 5 Rangers 1 – September 2016.
The first league derby in four years and it was a great victory for Brendon Rogers.
Musa Dembele scored a hat trick, Scott Sinclair and late Stuart Armstrong added icing to the cake.
Philip Sanderson will be ordered to march this time.
Neil Lennon – Celtic 2 Rangers 1 – March 2019.
Back to Lenin again as the last three derby debuts as manager ended in a win.
And Lenin’s second spell bounced off Celtic Park with a 2-1 victory.
As soon as he met the Rangers, he clarified 13 points to Celtic. give This time the red card by Alfredo Morelos and Andy Holiday.
Odson Edwards’ goal in the first half was canceled out by Ryan Kent, before James Forrest sealed a big victory for the home side in less than five minutes.