Ange Postecoglou confirmed as manager of Premier League side Spurs


Ange Postecoglou has made history as the first Australian to manage a Premier League club, after Tottenham Hotspur confirmed his appointment as head coach on Tuesday.

Postecoglou arrives at the English Premier League after a successful spell at Celtic FC, which saw him lead the club to the eighth treble in its history.

Speculation had been growing all day that Postecoglou would leave Celtic to go to the North London club.

On Tuesday the deal was completed, with Spurs announcing the 57-year-old had signed a four-year contract as head coach.




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