This special tactic has been requested by my subscribers! Before arriving at Japan, Postecoglou already had an impressive record in his home
country, helping Brisbane Roar secure a 36 unbeaten match streak and the first Asian Cup title for the national team.
With admirable achievements to his name, he was appointed to the managerial spot of Yokohama F.M. in 2017. In 2019, he won the J League with Yokohama (a mid-table finish was expected), their first title in 15 years and now for the 2021-22 season, he will be the head coach of Celtic in Scotland. Something for their fans to look forward too.
While many did not expect Yokohama F Marinos to go all the way and claim the trophy (a mid-table finish was expected), the success the Nissan-owned club experienced this season produced many raised eyebrows along the way. Despite a few minor setbacks in the tactics, Postecoglou still managed to deploy a fascinating tactical model that relied on inverted wing-backs, high press and intelligent movements. Only time will tell how well he can do in Scotland, with Celtic.