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Scott Brown - Celtic legend

Discussion in 'Celtic Chat' started by hkbhoy, May 15, 2007.

Discuss Scott Brown - Celtic legend in the Celtic Chat area at TalkCeltic.net.

  1. Bhoyo87

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    I think Lenny's management skills speak for themselves to be honest
     
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  2. Martin_CFC

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    Hope Brendan is here for life but the thought of winning a league with Brown as manager and Tierney as captain is frightening.

    Rodgers does the 10 then Broony seals the 20!
     
  3. \o/

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    Most succesfull forward passes per game this season with 15.9 per game on average, beating Ntcham who’s on 14.9 and Massimo Donati on 14.6.

    Next closest is Jason Holt on 13.7 and Dylan McGeouch at 13.4
     
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  4. McGuire Gold Member Gold Member

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    Absolutely outstanding again..

    What a player..

    His passing is extremely underrated on the whole..

    On a bitty day, where the opposition won't budge and are fairly dirty whenever you do break free, you need a Broony mixing it and dictating the play..
     
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  5. Notorious Gold Member Gold Member

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    Got the Celtic Website man of the match.
     
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    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says there will be a place for Scott Brown on the coaching staff at the club when his playing career ends, and that he could even follow in the footsteps of Neil Lennon by becoming the manager.

    Rodgers doesn’t know what Brown’s plans are for after he hangs up his boots, but he is adamant that he should be kept around Celtic Park in some capacity so that his influence isn’t lost to the club.

    “You wouldn’t want Scott lost to the game,” said Rodgers. “You’d want him involved.

    “Whether he is a manager or not, we’ll see. That old-fashioned way doesn’t work sometimes nowadays.

    “I had a joke with him when I saw his picture picking up the balls. He didn’t look like he should be picking up the balls.

    “It was a great picture and I said to him you don’t look like a coach as he was reluctantly carrying the bag.

    “But he’s got a few years left in him playing and then, at some point, it’s about what he fancies.

    “He’s certainly going to be someone that, if he finishes his career at Celtic, there will be a place somewhere in the backroom staff for them. But it’s then what you want to do.

    “He might want to do what Lenny done and go on from being captain to manage. That might be something.”

    In the more immediate future, a question mark still hangs over Brown’s future with his country, with the player himself stressing that he is eager to chat to whoever the new manager may be as soon as possible to find out where he stands.

    Rodgers is known to be concerned over the toll that international football may take on the 32-year-old’s body, but he says he will support his player’s decision either way.

    “I haven’t spoken to him recently [about Scotland] and I don’t think you need to make a big decision on it now as there are now games until March,” he said.

    “It was a friendly game and he was there to support, to be around the squad and use his experience to help Malky.

    “We’ll just see. There is no pressure from me. We just need to make sure he is fit and available for Celtic and take it from there.”
     
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    I used to think the idea of him becoming a manager was a stretch, but the older he gets the less dismissive I am of the thought, he has something about him when it comes to being a leader which is one of the key ingredients to being a good manager.
     
  9. JC Anton Here we go... Gold Member

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    Defo..

    But he will want to cut his managerial teeth elsewhere..
     
  10. Drakhan Nac Mac Feegle Gold Member

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    Hope he is given the chance to score against the huns as that would mean that he would join Kris Commons as the only Celtic player's to have scored against Deadco and Sevco.
     
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    Slack passing started our downfall and he never recovered
     
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    I felt like i'd seen this movie before, we started off great and showed how we can really play, then the errors creep in and the confidence goes out the window.
     
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    His worst game for a while and it cost us as he's usually the driving force in the team especially at this level.
     
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    Possibly the worst performance I've seen from Brown.
     
  17. JC Anton Here we go... Gold Member

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    That's just not true!

    Gave the ball away at a crucial time for the first goal. But thought he did fine after that!

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    Wonder if he is still carrying a slight injury. Played how he played when he played through injury before.
     
  19. SeanBhoy7

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    He was shocking, couldn't string 2 passes together, can't remember any takles of note either.
    Far from fine.
     
  20. JC Anton Here we go... Gold Member

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    I would wager he was our most accurate passer last night almost had an assist to Moussa in the 2nd too..

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