From MON doing everything in his power to bring success to Lennon bringing back the thunder, who has made the best introduction/first impression as a Celtic manager?? Here's some examples. "Have the first issue ready for the week after the [Scottish] Cup Final and leave a blank space on page one for a picture of the boys with the Cup!" Jock Stein on the new "Celtic View" in his first season as manager “25% of our [Celtic’s] managers have been Protestant!” Jock Stein on being appointed manager of Celtic, when pointed out with headlines in the papers and by people that he was the first Protestant manager of Celtic (he was only the 4th in the clubs history (retold by Hugh McIlvaney) “I’m a manager with a belief really. I try and manage on a philosophy of playing, a philosophy of life and I try and expect the standards from my players that I try and bring myself to the party. I feel, however you live your life, whatever you do away from the training pitch, however you apply yourself, will bring the benefits….so I am a philosopher coach. If you want to stick a label on something; I believe in a way of playing, I believe in a way of living your life and I try and bring those qualities to the job…integrity, honesty, humility. I want my footballers to be all those things as well if we can, so when we win I don’t want us bleating about it and when we lose we just get back to hard work, take it on the chin and move on. Humility for me is one of the most important human traits and allied with hard work, you give yourself a chance.” Tony Mowbray (June 09) "What I want to do is bring is the thunder back. I want this place rocking again. I want the passion, I want the noise. I want the fans to be able to walk to the ground ready for it. I want the players to go to war every time they go on the pitch. All those things will be in-built before the season starts. We’ve got to put up a really stronger challenge to Rangers and try to wrest the title away from them." Neil Lennon in his first press conference as full manager (Jun 2010) "I will do everything I possibly can to bring some success to this football club." Martin O'Neill, July 2000 My favourite is MON's, the determination in his voice to put Rangers in their place and us in ours was iconic, hair-raising stuff.