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Who is Ange Postecoglou? Background, record, titles, biggest wins of Tottenham's new manager

Who is Ange Postecoglou? Background, record, titles, biggest wins of Tottenham's new managerDAZN

Tottenham Hotspur's newest head coach is the first Australian to manage in the Premier League.

Ange Postecoglou arrives in North London after a stint at Celtic, where he led the club to several titles. But his success didn't just start at Parkhead — Postecoglou has earned big victories throughout a managerial career that has spanned two continents and is split between club and international football.

DAZN takes a look at the managerial career of Postecoglu. 

What is Ange Postecoglou's professional record? 

Postecoglou has won at every level he's coached at.



South Melbourne

  • NSL Premiership: 1998
  • NSL Championship (x2): 1998, 1999
  • Oceania Club Championship: 1999

Brisbane Roar

  • A-League Premiership: 2011
  • A-League Championship (x2): 2011, 2012

Yokohama F. Marinos

  • J1 League: 2019


  • Scottish Premiership (x2): 2022, 2023
  • Scottish Cup: 2023
  • Scottish League Cup (x2): 2022, 2023 


Australia: AFC Asian Cup: 2015

Biggest wins

Australia defeats South Korea 2-1 (a.e.t.) to win the 2015 AFC Asian Cup

Australia spent years dominating Oceania, but a switch to the Asian confederation provided more competition across the board for the Socceroos' programs.

While it is more challenging to play in Asia, it's also more rewarding, and the Aussies learned that first-hand in front of 76,385 in Sydney for the 2015 AFC Asian Cup final.

A goal at the stroke of halftime for Australia was negated in second-half stoppage when Son Heung-min struck to level the match and send it to extra time. However, the Aussies were not to be denied on home soil, and James Troisi played the part of hero as he scored the winning goal in the 105th minute, securing Australia's first (and so far only) Asian Cup title.