Ronny Deila did not establish a healthy or fruitful relationship with the supporters of Celtic as he was selected as the coach of the Scottish club back in June of 2014 and a few weeks later, the club failed to defeat Maribor in the final qualifier that would allow them on qualifying into the Champions League but Celtic ultimately lost against Maribor and they were dropped down to the Europa League.
Fortunately for Ronny Deila, things have been turning around for the better of Celtic as they are currently located at the top of the Scottish League and are playing much more convincingly than some time ago.
Back in September of 2014, one of the League matches of Celtic was against Motherwell which is a team that has almost always been struggling just to avoid the bottom relegation zone and Celtic was expected to seal a fairly simple victory but it did not happen as the final scoreboard was displaying 1-1 with the only goal of Celtic arriving from a penalty kick that was scored by Kris Commons.
However, on January 21st of 2015, Celtic faced off once again with Motherwell in a league match and this time around the final result was a convincing 4-0 triumph for Celtic as they have managed to learn from their underwhelming performances and are now playing in fine form.
Celtic sealed a 2-1 triumph over St.Johnstone as they played a league match and this victory was the 8th consecutive triumph for Ronny Deila and his players in all competitions. This is what the supporters of Celtic wanted to see earlier in the season.
When Ronny Deila arrived to the Celtic Park, he stated that he wanted to turn the playing style of the Scottish club into a free-flowing dimension of attack that is not dependent on only a few players but at the beginning when Deila coached his first few matches for Celtic, this idea was not evident as the squad was not performing how Deila had hoped but now it’s finally starting to flourish as Celtic is dominating the Scottish League.