VISUALLY impaired Celtic fans have scored a landmark matchday experience - an audio recording of Ange Postecoglou's programme notes. 

The Hoops boss lent his voice to the feature, which sees around 70 supporters inside Parkhead given their own introduction to the action. 

Warmly welcomed by fans, Celtic chiefs say they brought in the audio to add "another dimension" for the Hoops faithful and Postecoglou said he was only too happy to help. 

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The 56-year-old told the club's website: “I am really pleased to support this great initiative and if my involvement can in any way assist and add to the experience of our visually impaired fans then I am delighted. 

"As with so many other managers, my programme notes can be a really good way to communicate with our fans and give my thoughts and ideas on the game we are about to face. I am really glad that this service continues to be so popular.

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"We are fortunate to have the best fans around who give us so much, week in week out and our supporters in the visually impaired section epitomise this.

"We know these supporters face a range of challenges, but they do so with such spirit and a real desire to rise above these challenges, to be at Celtic Park and be part of the club.

“As with all our fans I thank the guys in this group for their tremendous support and hope what we do can help their enjoyment of the game.”