FT: CELTIC 1-1 DUNDEE UNITED
Stiliyan Petrov reckons it’s “worrying” that Celtic manager Postecoglou for refused to change his team’s style of play in the draw against Dundee United.
The former Celtic ace called out the Hoops boss’ side for being “patient” when they should have started getting the ball into the box more quickly.
Petrov told Celtic TV: “You can’t fault their effort. They’ve certainly created enough chances.
“But the worrying thing is they haven’t changed their style of play.
“The manager wants to play a certain way but sometimes you have to be different, you have to offer something else.
“They had the opportunity to score goals, they haven’t managed to do that, but the most important thing is that experience.
“If you look at the front three, they’ve had enough chances but lacked a little bit of experience and maturity. It’s just not out there for Celtic.
“The painful thing is the manager is probably looking at the bench and seeing there’s nobody there to come in, to help, to change.
“The manager wants to play to his own beliefs and what he thinks is right but what I was thinking was get the ball into the box, get the other team under pressure but no, they kept being patient, kept passing the ball.”