Fans of Celtic have been reacting to a post on Twitter, in which Scott Brown looked ahead to the club’s fixture against AC Milan on Thursday.
In his comments, Brown stated his belief that the side ‘need to go to the San Siro and defend well’ in the club’s Europa League clash, before going on to state that the club ‘need to start getting results and performances for the manager’.
So, what did these Celtic fans have to say in reaction to Scott Brown’s comments?
He is just as culpable as Lennon, Lawwell and Desmond. He's well past it and like Lennon his arrogance is putting club legend status at risk.
— Shaun (@TheTweetofShaun) December 1, 2020
? We don’t want your empty words, start performing on the pitch & show you care.
— Everything Celtic (@aboutceltic) December 1, 2020
Groundhog Day Scott, about time as captain u urged ur team mates to walk the walk, we’ve had enough of the talk ??
— thegreenanwhite (@JimGreenan) December 1, 2020
In addition to this, Celtic lost 2-0 at home to Ross County last weekend, dumping them out of the Scottish League Cup, while the club are also currently 11 points behind Old Firm rivals Rangers in the league.
Do you think Scott Brown should be dropped?
These results have led to Celtic boss Neil Lennon coming under a great deal of pressure, however, it would appear that some of the Celtic Park faithful blame the players just as much as the manager.
I’ve no idea who thought it would be a good idea to drag out Scott Brown and get him to talk nonsense about a meaningless game but they deserve sacked along with plenty of others.
— Mr.Green ????X3 (@brianboru67) December 1, 2020
Scotty said that with a straight face, remarkable
— TR (@thomasr8566) December 1, 2020
Because any competent manager will park you straight on the bench, Scott.
— Aidan (@AMc88_) December 1, 2020
Just paying lip service and clichés. Pathetic.
— Cormac Mc Closkey (@IcemanClosk) December 1, 2020
All in all, it would appear that the vast majority of these Celtic fans are not happy at all with Brown, with some suggesting that the midfielder should be left out of the side, while others have stated their belief that Brown’s comments have no meaning whatsoever.