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FutureStarrAnge Postecoglou sings the praises of Kyogo Furuhash
Kyogo Furuhashi has been an incredible success for Celtic under Ange Postecoglou, helping to restore their title challenge and becoming a fan favorite at Parkhead.
He has been an integral part of Celtic's League Cup triumph this season. His play deserves all the credit given to him by Celtic fans.
Kyogo Furuhashi has been an incredible success since joining Celtic 18 months ago, surpassing expectations with 18 goals scored in 35 games this season alone. Once largely unknown outside Scotland, he has quickly established himself as one of Scotland's premier players.
Today, Kyogo was the star of the Viaplay Cup final, scoring twice to secure a 2-1 victory against Rangers at Hampden. Manager Ange Postecoglou was delighted with his performance and said: 'Celtic are fortunate to have someone like Kyogo. He works so hard and doesn't wait around for opportunities; his hunger to succeed is exactly what Celtic need in a striker.'
The Japanese international has been an instrumental factor in the club's progress under Postecoglou. He was part of the side that won the League Cup last season and played a prominent role in their historic 9-0 demolition of Dundee United.
Kyogo's performance against St Johnstone was particularly noteworthy. He took four shots from inside the six-yard box, significantly better than his two attempts against Aberdeen. Additionally, this indicates he is getting more chances than anyone else at Celtic - an encouraging sign for a team desperate for some goal scoring opportunities.
Second, his shooting against St Johnstone was remarkably accurate - Opta have rated it 0.19 xG - far exceeding the average of 0.14 xG experienced by any other Celtic player this season.
Third, he has been an outstanding leader and team player. He serves as a role model for younger players and always keeps a positive outlook.
We can all be proud of Ange Postecoglou for his ability to bring out the best in his players, especially Kyogo Furuhashi who recently demonstrated world class goalscoring prowess. It's an encouraging sign for Celtic as they continue their remarkable progress under his guidance.
Celtic still have plenty to play for this season, and with a nine-point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership and an exciting League Cup final against rivals Rangers set for less than three weeks, treble hopes remain alive.
Kyogo Furuhashi has been the star of Celtic this season, having joined them 18 months ago and scored 19 goals in 21 league starts this term. There's no sign of him slowing down anytime soon - let's hope!
He's not only an excellent scorer, but a fantastic player as well. His knack for turning games on their heads and positive attitude have made him popular with Celtic fans. He always comes on the field with a smile on his face and makes everyone around him look good which has paid off over the past year or so at Parkhead.
His goal scoring has been a key element of Celtic's success this season and it continued in the League Cup this week when two close range goals helped Celtic secure a 2-1 victory against Rangers at Hampden. It's an incredible result that could pave the way for Celtic to achieve an unlikely domestic treble.
This season, the Japanese striker has been in superb form and a major asset for Celtic. It would be a shame to see him leave in the summer; his reputation and ability make him an invaluable player, so Celtic must ensure they keep him and hope he can continue his impressive run of form.
He has an exciting international future ahead of him and his success in the Champions League has given him an edge over other players on his team. Additionally, it's given him a chance to prove himself worthy of playing for Australia at the World Cup later this year in Qatar.
Celtic have not reached their peak yet and should continue to perform at their best, they could potentially qualify for Champions League next season. Therefore, Gerrard must keep an eye out for any transfers that could strengthen his squad before then.
Former South Melbourne defender Ange Postecoglou has achieved great success as a coach in Australia, winning two National Soccer League titles and leading Brisbane Roar to an unprecedented 36-match unbeaten streak. Additionally, he coached with the Socceroos during their historic Asian Cup victory. Additionally, he spent time coaching in Japan with Yokohama F.Marinos before taking on his largest club coaching role ever for an Aussie: Brisbane Roar!
Postecoglou was given the task of reinvigorating Celtic after their disappointing 2020-21 campaign, when they finished 25 points behind leaders Rangers and looked headed for a turbulent few years ahead. Many saw his appointment as a gamble, but he proved more than up to the task and led them to their first Scottish Premiership title in ten years.
Ange's innovative playing style has seen Celtic rank in the top three for tackles, interceptions and duels per minute spent out of possession this season - something only one previous manager (Brian Struthers) was able to accomplish at this level. Their high defensive line combined with a 4-3-3 formation that allows them to collapse inwards and press aggressively suffocates opponents while giving themselves chances to score goals.
Kyogo Furuhashi has been an integral part of Celtic's success this season, scoring twice in the Viaplay Cup final to put Celtic 2-0 ahead against Rangers at Hampden today. With 24 goals this season, Furuhashi can play a major role in helping secure Celtic's treble hopes this term.
The Japanese star is often seen sprinting past defenses at lightning speed, but he also possess an impressive understanding of the game. He knows how to control the ball in the air and can dribble and pass with pinpoint accuracy. Additionally, he creates chances for others and has become a major component in Celtic's attack this season, scoring more goals than any other player this season.
Last season, Kyogo's performances for the Hoops helped them win their league and reach the League Cup final. But his exploits this year have been even better; his goal total has already exceeded that of last season, propelling him to the top of the goalscoring charts.
Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou has heaped praises on club star Kyogo Furuhash after they defeated Rangers 4-0 in the Viaplay Cup final at Hampden on Sunday. As Japan international Furuhash netted twice to extend his season tally to 24 goals, Postecoglou said that his side had earned a share of the trophy with victory at Hampden Park.
He is an incredible goal scorer and the fact that he has signed a long-term contract at the club illustrates how much of an impact he has had on both the club and their fans. Ange has done an amazing job at turning around a team that was in disarray under former manager Eddie Howe into something formidable both on and off the pitch.
He has been in excellent form for the Hoops this season and will be hoping to maintain that form when the Scottish Premiership comes to an end in January. On Sunday against Ross County, he scored the opener as Celtic moved one step closer to securing their title dream with four games remaining.
At Parkhead, the Japanese international is a huge fan favourite and his work ethic and intensity are admired by both opponents and supporters. An incredibly hard-working player who never lets his team down, he's always eager to get on the ball and score a goal.
Since his summer arrival from J1 League club Vissell Kobe, Kyogo has quickly made himself a valuable member of the Celtic team. A speedy attacker with an eye for goal scoring opportunities, he also provides strong defensive support.
He has been in fine form of late and is a real crowd favourite at Parkhead. With six goals in eight matches, it is clear that he is one of the league's top forwards at present.
He is an incredibly versatile player, capable of playing as either a striker or central forward. Additionally, his great passing range allows him to make an impact from wide positions as well. Overall, he projects as being a key figure in the years ahead.
The Crown actress chose a floor-length Prada gown that highlighted her hourglass figure. She completed the look with an elegant clutch and silver necklace.
Foy's stylish ensemble was a hit with fans as she arrived for the SAG Awards 2023.
Claire Foy, star of "The Crown," looks stunning in a plunging yellow dress as she arrives for the SAG Awards 2023 in Los Angeles. At the 29th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at Fairmont Century Plaza, Foy was nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Drama Series for her work on "Women Talking."
Foy's stunning look was just one of many stunning outfits on display Sunday night at the 29th SAG Awards 2023. Stars such as Zendaya, Jenna Ortega, Quinta Brunson and Ariana DeBose all donned stylish looks that showcased current fashion trends.
Tonight at the event, there were no strict rules when it came to style - however, bold colors and unique silhouettes were all on display. Zendaya donned an emerald Valentino gown and Bulgari jewelry for her look.
Rooney Mara looked stunning in a sheer black-and-white Alexander McQueen number with minimal accessories. While this look wasn't what we'd expect from her, Mara managed to pull off the look by adding bold hues that contrasted against her neutral hair and makeup.
She completed the look with a chic clutch and silver necklace. Finally, she finished off her look with an adorable low bun and bright red lips.
The SAG Awards are one of the biggest nights in Hollywood, so it's no shock that many celebrities showed up looking their best. Some stars even managed to steal the show while making their way onto the carpet - including Zendaya, Imelda Staunton (who portrays Queen Elizabeth II on Netflix drama "The Crown") and Julia Garner.
On the SAG Awards 2023 red carpet, other well-known faces included Laura Linney, Dichen Lachman, Janelle James and The Bear's Pal Edebiri. Slate donned a black off-the-shoulder gown featuring multicolored beaded neckline detailing.
Slate has long been a fan of this style and she donned something similar for the BAFTAs 2023 this year. Accessorizing with Jimmy Choo shoes and Graziela earrings, Slate completed her look.
On the eve of the 29th SAG Awards 2023, stars were out in full force on the glamorous red carpet. Hosted at Fairmont Century Plaza in Century City, California, many actors donned their finest gowns, suits and jewellery for this glamorous event.
Claire Foy, star of Queen Elizabeth II on Netflix, looked stunning in a plunging yellow dress paired with an elegant clutch and silver necklace. The actress is nominated for Best Actress Award for her role as Queen Elizabeth II, chose a floor-length Prada gown that highlighted her hourglass figure and toned arms.
She styled a low bun and completed her look with classic red lips for the star-studded event. Other actresses who dazzled on the red carpet included Rachel Brosnahan, Haley Lu Richardson and Jenny Slate.
Julia Roberts looked sophisticated in a Louis Vuitton suit. To complete her ensemble, she added an exquisite Messika diamond choker and rings for an evening of glamour in Los Angeles.
Michelle Williams looked stunning in a navy dress. She combined its fitted bodice with an elegant sculptural neckline, adding subtle sophistication through a bow detail and matching jewels.
Jamie Lee Curtis also looked stunning in a Romona Keveza dress with an alluring plunge frontal design. Paired with simple accessories, her look earned her the SAG Awards 2023 Best Dressed award.
Celebrities were out in full force on the red carpet, including activists such as Meryl Streep (nominated for her role in The Iron Lady) and Ai-jen Poo. Amy Poehler was seen talking to Saru Jayaraman - president of Restaurant Opportunities Centers United and director of Food Labour Research Center at University of California Berkeley.
Zendaya was one of the many actresses who looked stunning at the SAG Awards, wearing a rose-embellished Valentino gown and Bulgari jewels. The White Lotus breakout star completed her ensemble with an ostentatious clutch and matching lip for an evening in Los Angeles.
On Sunday night, the SAG Awards 2023 took place and once again, the red carpet was filled with stunning gowns. Zendaya especially shone in her custom Valentino design in pink - an absolutely stunning look!
Claire Foy was another star who donned a yellow dress, best known for her portrayal of young Queen Elizabeth II on Netflix's The Crown. Additionally, she stars in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo as Lisbeth Salander in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, an intense drama that follows a dark heroine who has endured severe emotional and sexual abuse.
On the other hand, Jamie Lee Curtis put her unique spin on one of this season's hottest trends - the plunging neckline. Romona Keveza's dress was truly a showstopper, and she certainly left everyone in awe with her stylish ensemble.
Viola Davis enjoys wearing vibrant colors on the red carpet, so she chose this yellow Zuhair Murad frock with a wavy neckline. To complete her elegant ensemble, Viola Davis added simple heels and matching earrings.
Celebrities like Mandy Moore, Jessica Biel and Emma Stone all donned stunning gowns that featured cutouts at the shoulders. These designs looked sensational on all!
Though this trend is nothing new, it has become particularly popular for 2023. Other celebrities such as Emily Blunt and Linney also donned these asymmetrical cuts - something we expect to see more of in the coming years.
At the SAG Awards 2023, actresses like Millie Bobby Brown and Rachel Weisz donned high buns to highlight their figure and lengthen their legs. This choice proved popular as it added visual interest as well as drama to their looks.
The SAG Awards are one of Hollywood's most esteemed award ceremonies, hosted by the Screen Actors Guild and considered a reliable predictor for the Oscars in March. As usual, some of Hollywood's biggest stars gathered at Fairmont Century Plaza hotel to pay their respects to their colleagues.
Claire Foy, star of The Crown, looked stunning in a plunging yellow dress from Romona Keveza on the SAG Awards 2023 red carpet. To complete her ensemble she accessorized with an elegant clutch and silver necklace.
On Sunday night, the SAG Awards 2023 took place and were broadcast live online at Netflix's YouTube channel. A number of celebrities attended including Foy, Rooney Mara and Jessie Buckley.
Many celebrities made bold fashion statements this spring. Actress Emily Blunt looked stunning in a floral rosette dress, accessorized with statement lipstick in coral that complemented her choice of attire.
Zendaya also perfectly executed the rosette trend, wearing a pink Valentino gown with minimal accessories and finishing off her look with some red lip color.
But the star's beauty team went beyond simple makeup to truly showcase her flawless skin and gorgeous face shape. Makeup artist Michael Murphy used Giorgio Armani's Crema Nera Supreme Reviving Cream as a prepping agent before applying their fluid master primer. He then covered up any remaining spots with light layers of Armani liquid bronzer before finishing with their sheer illuminator.
Actors rarely opt for bold lip colors, but at the SAG Awards 2023 some of the actresses chose to show some support with red lipstick. It has long been seen as a sign of empowerment and many donned bold lip colors in an effort to express themselves.
Michael Murphy, a makeup artist, helped her get ready for the stage with some help from Giorgio Armani's Crema Nere Supreme Reviving Cream and matte fluid master primer.
Once she had her skin in optimal condition, he completed the look by applying an all-over layer of red foundation. He also used bronzing powder to set it and finished off by dusting on some blush.
Ultimately, it was her bold red lips which truly made the statement and completed the ensemble. She accessorized with matching earrings and pulled back her hair into a low bun for finishing touches.