Ange Postecoglou Brighton update as Celtic boss remains 'strong contender' for Seagulls – Football Scotland

  • September 11, 2022

Roberto De Zerbi is in talks with the EPL club but they remain impressed by Postecoglou as an alternative
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Ange Postecoglou remains a "strong contender" for the Brighton job even though they have opened talks with Roberto De Zerbi, according to a report.
The Seagulls are on the hunt for a new manager after Graham Potter left to succeed Thomas Tuchel at Chelsea. The Aussie was touted as a possible candidate after winning the Scottish Premiership during his first season as Celtic boss and enjoying a flawless start to this campaign, but reports then had De Zerbi as the frontrunner.
But The Sunday Times now claim that Brighton are still keen on the Hoops manager as an alternative to the Italian. It is reported that he remains under "serious consideration" as part of a long list of candidates, although it's not known if he would be interested in leaving Celtic Park for the post.
Seagulls chiefs have reportedly been impressed by what they've heard about Postecoglou due to his demeanour off the match along with the success he's had on it.
The 57-year-old has had a very good strike rate with recruitment too which is another factor working in his favour.
However, former Shakhtar boss De Zerbi remains the frontrunner with Bodo/Glimt boss Kjetil Knutsen also in the frame.
Postecoglou won the title and Premier Sports Cup in his first season at Celtic.
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