Lots of Celtic supporters have been talking about an update involving Scott Brown that recently emerged on social media.
Daily Record journalist Keith Jackson has recently written about Brown’s situation at Parkhead, saying that the midfielder is on the verge of agreeing a move to Aberdeen and that he will become Stephen Glass’ number-two at Pittodrie.
Is Scott Brown irreplaceable for Celtic?
The report claims that Glass was interviewed by Aberdeen last week and Brown is set to be unveiled as part of his coaching team, ending his 14-year association with the Parkhead-based outfit.
What did Celtic fans make of the news about Brown?
“This is terrible news, keeping Brown at Celtic should have been a top priority, whether in a player or coaching role he has a lot to offer, he’s going to be impossible to replace.”
“Will go down in history as one of Scottish Footballs finest. Playing for Scotlands greatest club Celtic.“
The report about Brown states that the veteran has already held talks with Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack and both him and Glass could be announced as assistant and manager respectively in the next 48 hours.
While Brown has been handed a one-year extension by Celtic, because of uncertainty involving the next Hoops manager, he ‘has been convinced’ that his future lies at Pittodrie. The verbal agreement with Aberdeen was reportedly reached after the recent Old Firm derby.
“Scott Brown, 22 winners medals, Penalty Tavernier—- 1,, no comparison.”
Some of these Celtic fans are disappointed about this news and they’d have wanted Brown to stay at the club.
Brown has been at Celtic during times when they didn’t win the Premiership title and he’s been part of teams that came back from disappointments of missing out on the league title as well. Celtic have failed to win the title this season and they might need some experienced players to come back from the disappointment.
So he could offer that experience, especially since the club is heading towards a rebuild. So it is understandable why some Celtic fans want the midfielder to stay.