Former Celtic boss Martin O’Neill mastered the art of winning the Scottish Premiership title in his five excellent years at Parkhead.

Former Celtic boss Martin O'Neill's'incredible' verdict on Rangers title race slip-up


Three league winners’ medals, together with three Scottish Cup wins, one Scottish League Cup, and our illustrious journey to the UEFA Cup final in 2003, serve as symbols of the strength of his rule in Glasgow’s east end.

To put it briefly, O’Neill has witnessed it all at Celtic, and whenever he is questioned about his former team in the media, the general public holds his view in the greatest esteem.

The 72-year-old played a big part in building the legend that the Bhoys have been Scotland’s dominating team in every metric of the domestic game by laying the groundwork for our unparalleled success.


Of course, we now have Brendan Rodgers at the helm, who is someone the ex-Republic of Ireland coach backed after his return was confirmed last summer, stating: “Why not? Brendan must get over the anger that some supporters felt towards him when he quit the football team.

Former Celtic boss Martin O'Neill's'incredible' verdict on Rangers title race slip-up

“I believe he is aware of that.” However, you start winning football games, just like anything else, and that is overlooked. It is best if you win the games as quickly as possible.


Both men have walked similar managerial routes, having each spent time at Leicester City, building strong Premier League resumes, and leading Celtic to a dominant period of success.


Rodgers’ team is four points clear of Rangers with five Scottish Premiership games remaining in the current campaign. Hopefully, he can lead the Bhoys to two trophies at the end of the campaign.




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