CELTIC supporters are loving a Hoops fan’s rap song about the club’s rejuvenation this season.
The video – posted online by ‘Specksy’ yesterday – is filmed outside Celtic Park.
The song includes several of the Celtic first-team stars in the lyrics, where he talks about the club rising under boss Ange Postecoglou.
It’s been viewed over 5000 times without supporters from both ends of the Old Firm divide loving the tune.
One fan commented: “Got me up for the weekend, what a tune!”
Another said: “This tune is an absolute banger.”
A third added: “Bring on Sunday here we go! Get this playing at Hampden!”
Someone said: “Banging rhyme, keep it up, mon the Hoops.”
And Rangers supporters almost added their positive comments to the YouTube clip.
One adding: “Rangers fan here. Fair play big man. That’s decent. If not the subject matter. All the best with it.”
Another said: “Class from a Rangers fan.”
Meanwhile, Ange Postecoglou has played down his impressive managerial cup record — by joking he’s “just a lucky bloke”.
The Celtic manager has already led his team to Premier Sports Cup success at Hampden this season.
Postecoglou also guided Australia to the Asian Cup and triumphed in four Grand Finals as a club boss Down Under.
Asked about his record, Postecoglou said: “I’m just a lucky bloke, mate!
“I don’t know. I’ve been pretty fortunate and done pretty well in knockout games. I enjoy the big games.
“In Australia the big prizes in all codes are usually play-offs, so it’s something I’ve grown up with and taken on my coaching journey.
“I like to get my players up for the big games and I enjoy them myself.
“I’ve lost a couple along the way, but for the most part they have landed my way, which I’m obviously pleased about.
“I don’t think about it too much. It’s about the next one.”
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