Ange Postecoglou has officially been named as Tottenham’s next head coach.
The 57-year-old has committed to the north London team for four years.
According to Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, “Ange brings a positive mentality and a fast, attacking style of play.”
He has a proven track record of creating players and is aware of the value of the connection to the academy, which is crucial to our Club. As we get ready for the upcoming season, we are thrilled to have Ange join us.
After spending two years with Celtic, where he won five titles, including a domestic triple in 2022–2023, Postecoglou joins Tottenham.
Prior to Postecoglou’s appointment, Celtic had finished second the previous campaign with just 77 points, 25 points behind rivals Rangers. However, he immediately changed the team, winning back-to-back championships with 93 and 99 points, the latter of which was tied for the third-highest total in Celtic history.