Scott Brown - Celtic legend

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  1. Notorious Gold Member Gold Member

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    : "He's always important in these games. It's a big game and he's a big game player."
     
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    500 monumental games.

    Thank you and congratulations Scott Brown, Celtic Legend :notworthy :ynwacelti
     
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  3. Twisty I'm a good clown Gold Member

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    Playing far too many games and it's caught up with him.
     
  4. McGuire Gold Member Gold Member

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    Got hit by Arfield then next time he got it under no pressure he kicked it straight out as he thought he was gonna get hit..

    Completely shat it that half..
     
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    2 year deal...


    We need a manager who’ll have the balls to drop him.
     
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    Scott Brown for the 2nd goal. Kamara turned him inside out. Brown was AWFUL
     
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  7. Officer Doofy Hey Terry, smell my finger! Gold Member News Writer

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    Too slow today.
     
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    Our best performances of the season came when he wasn't in the side...
     
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    Absolutely love the guy, and i'm still happy he'll be here for the next two seasons, but it's vital he's eased out the team next year and is replaced, whether that's using Rogic/Christie/Mcgregor or another midfield pairing.
     
  10. Notorious Gold Member Gold Member

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    Scott Brown getting Morelos sent off at celtic park is the best thing that happened to the huns all season.

    they now realize they're a better team without him.
    when morelos plays and things dont go his way he sulks, goes in a huff and acts like a petty child, that attitude drags the hun team down into the mud and cost them points all season, we can only hope he becoems first chocie again next season to drag them down again cause withd efoe and his never quit attitude he will keep that team fired up and motivated and thats why the scum are now on their bust run of form.
     
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    Since his wee purple patch hes resorted to contributing nothing going forward and * alll in defense. But aye 2 year deal for sentimentality \o/ \o/ \o/
     
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    Scott Brown, the Celtic captain, was irked that Jon Flanagan escaped a red card at Ibrox yesterday afternoon for the use of an elbow but was reluctant to use it as an excuse in the aftermath of a second limp Parkhead performance at Ibrox this season.

    Central to the narrative the last time these teams met six weeks

    ago, Brown could have had another telling contribution to yesterday’s theatre after he went down in the

    box following Flanagan’s liberal use of an arm.

    Yet, it says everything about


    Celtic’s performance that regardless of whether referee Kevin Clancy made the wrong choice as he went for yellow rather than a legitimate red that the likelihood is that Celtic’s numerical advantage would have been insufficient to claw back a game that was gone from them after just 109 minutes.

    And while Brown, whom Neil Lennon claimed was targeted by Rangers in the last game at Celtic Park, was frustrated at the leniency shown to Flanagan there was also an honesty in his assessment of just what Celtic got from the game.

    “Yeah, another one to the face,” said Brown. “Surprisingly, somebody didn’t see that again. He [Clancy] said it was a yellow because it didn’t hit me in the face. But it’s part and parcel.


    There’s always a linesman there who can see it from the corner flag. There are two people there, both said they didn’t properly see it, so it’s a hard one for them.

    “But, at the end of the day, it wouldn’t have changed the outcome. Rangers were better, we didn’t start well, we didn’t follow our game plan, didn’t press as hard as we could, didn’t play as well as we should.

    “I don’t think it would have changed the outcome of the game. We didn’t deserve to win today, Rangers played better than we did.”

    The job Lennon will have between now and the Scottish Cup final will be in lifting the spirits of the Celtic players to get them over the line in their pursuit of a unique treble treble. The Parkhead side looked like a team who have run out of steam at Ibrox but Brown has insisted they will lick their wounds before they attempt to claim a third successive clean sweep.


    “I think Rangers deserved the victory more than we did,” he said. “We didn’t compete, we didn’t press as well as we could have done. But

    for us, now, it’s about how we look forward.

    “We’ve got a cup final to look forward to, Hearts in the final game of the season – and the chance to pick up a trophy. We’ve got to put smiles back on everyone’s faces. Yesterday wasn’t the best – but we’ve got a chance to win a treble.”

    While Celtic’s concentration will lie in ensuring there is a final push as they prepare for Hampden, quite how this defeat is interpreted further up the chain is interesting. Ronny Deila’s Celtic tenure came to an end following a Scottish Cup semi-final defeat

    to Rangers in April 2016 with the board’s aggressive reaction overseeing the arrival of Brendan Rodgers to kickstart a rebuilding exercise.

    A similar procedure is expected this summer in terms of player recruitment although it remains to be see who is in the dug-out to take charge of that.

    “We’ve got a lot of players leaving, guys out of contract as well,” said Brown. “We’ll need to see who’s in charge and see what he’s going to do.

    “Whatever manager comes in, I’m sure he’ll bring quality. I’m sure he’ll have been watching the last five or six games, whether that’s Lenny or somebody else.



    And I’m sure, if the gaffer’s in charge next season, he’s already got his players he’s looking at – and it

    will be the same for anybody else coming in.”

    There is a feeling that this result will be damning for Lennon’s credentials of getting the job on a permanent basis. For Brown, though, there was a case to be made for the interim manager who took over the reigns in unusual circumstances following Rodgers’ swift departure from the club in February.

    “We’ve got Neil here. He’s been fantastic since coming in,” said the midfielder.

    “It’s our first defeat since we played here the last time. So you look at the season we’ve had, it’s been fantastic. The season is not based on one fixture, one game. It’s based on how well we’ve played all season.

    “We’ve dominated the league for the last eight years. We need to make sure we continue to do that in the cup final – and next season as well. It’s never great getting beat.

    “The lads are disappointed but we need to go again on Sunday – and we’ve got a cup final to look forward to.”
     
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    “We’ve got a lot of players leaving” is the most interesting part of that.
     
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    : “Scott is a modern day great. His influence, his quality of play and his personality. He reads the game brilliantly. His athleticism is brilliant. We wouldn’t have won a lot of games without Scott and I think that gets underplayed.”
     
  17. Mr. Slippyfist Gold Member Gold Member News Writer

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    * me, never ever thought when Broon signed all those years ago I'd still be watching him in a Celtic strip 12 years later!

    What a guy, Hero in Hoops!
     
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    He's got a broken toe and struggling to make the final according to the Sun.
     
  20. Blochairnbhoy Gold Member Gold Member

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    * great!

    He will make it hopefully!
     
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