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15 Dec 2018 06:20:01
What's the general feeling regarding Scott brown. Will he go to Australia or stay with us? Personally I think he's still got s lot to offer at Celtic and could easily still play a significant part over the next 2 / 3 years. I'm not saying he'd play week in week out but winning what he has with us, playing regularly in Europe and for me more importantly going down as the captain of Celtic to achieve a possible treble treble, hopefully lead us on to 10 in a row, surely that's a big incentive for him to stay with us? Don't get me wrong if he decides to go to Australia he goes with my best wishes, but really hope he sticks around and creates more history for our club.

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15 Dec 2018 11:56:49
He lost his place in the team because he was injured for a brief period, he's nowhere near finished and shouldn't be considering a career swansong down under. If he didn't get injured would he have lost his place?

15 Dec 2018 11:58:58
I would like him to stay but more importantly, I think Brown wants to stay as well.

Therefore, I hope that our hierarchy can reach a deal with him so that he does stay for 10 in a row.

15 Dec 2018 13:09:40
Brown is far from finished and for me still has a role to play. He's arguably been out best player in Europe the past few seasons and is a big game player. Would be first name on the team sheet for me every time against the Huns. Especially at Ibrox.

15 Dec 2018 14:22:22
Would play for me in most games.

15 Dec 2018 14:37:41
Scott Brown deserves a new 2year contact. I posted last week that the Team move the Ball a lot quicker without him. But WE NEED him, the game on Thursday proved that. He's our Captain and the experience he brings can't be underestimated. He will lead us to more Trophies.
If he does go well I hope he gets a Mega Deal because the guy is a Winner.

15 Dec 2018 16:06:03
Scott Brown to Celtic is like Francesco Totti to Roma in the sense that he is the Captain, the Heart, the Passion and Strength of the team. I believe he will decide himself when it is time to go. No player should have the automatic right to be on the field and with the midfielders we have there is great competition but at this point in time do any of the others offer what Scott gives us, I don't think so. I hpe he's here for the long haul, following in the footsteps of those who went form playing to coaching.

15 Dec 2018 17:39:55
He has looked after himself very well and still has the appetite and desire to play for Celtic and even though he is approaching the 'veteran' stage, he is streets ahead of any SPL direct opponent and he did make a significant difference on Thursday against a top team.
Admittedly, after losing his place due to injury, we did find a bit of good form and played some great stuff in his absence, but it's far too early to be talking about our captain leaving for a wee while yet.

15 Dec 2018 21:07:12
during the games where we need to dig-in a fight for points, Broonie is the man we want organising the troops in the trenches.

15 Dec 2018 21:07:25
I'm not sure that Brown has been fully fit all season he's seemed a bit below his best in a few of the matches.
Hopefully this break he has had will not only have cured his injury but will have given him a rest and he will come back fresh and firing.

16 Dec 2018 02:08:17
I slyly hope Rodgers comment that he could lose his captain was only said because he knows he is staying. Unusual for us to address anything in the media unless it's to 1 up them.

16 Dec 2018 03:19:20
I'd tell our Magnificent Captain to stay, the A league here in Australia isn't a very great standard, I don't even watch it.
Too busy staying up to the wee hours to watch my beloved Celtic!







 

 

 
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