Ange Postecoglou arrived at Celtic in the summer of 2021 and his run at the club only lasted a couple of years before he left for Tottenham Hotspur. But even in that short period of time, the Australian was successful in leaving his mark at Parkhead, winning five trophies with the Hoops including a historic treble days before his departure.
Under Postecoglou's management, Celtic also signed key players like Kyogo, Matt O'Riley, Reo Hatate, Daizen Maeda, Liel Abada, Joe Hart, Cameron Carter-Vickers and several more. Other than Callum McGregor and Greg Taylor, it was pretty much a team assembled from scratch.
One player who never got to play under the management of Postecoglou is Scott Brown. Broony left in the summer of 2021 to take up a player-coach role at Aberdeen.
That did not prove to be a success and he was gone from Pittodrie Stadium before the season was even over. He would announce his retirement from the game soon to focus on management.
Celtic hero visits Postecoglou at Tottenham training
As reported by Football Scotland, Brown made the trip to Tottenham's training ground to see how Postecoglou works. He shared a picture taken at their Hotspur Way training ground.
Brown's first managerial job was with Fleetwood Town in the English League One. He impressed in his first season at the club, improving them in league competition while guiding them to their best ever FA Cup run.
The start to the 2023/24 campaign was not a good one though and he was shown the exit door in September itself. Many fans felt that it was too early to part ways with Brown, especially considering the promise he had shown the season before.
Brown has been linked with several clubs since then but is yet to end up at one. And it looks like he is learning new tricks by watching the likes of Postecoglou.