The story of one of the most popular players in Scotland and beyond: Recently retired, he will train in England with general leadership.
When it’s in 84′ Pittodari Scott Brown Takes the ball and is confronted by two Aberdeen players, in a rude manner: he resists first interference, a sandwich well seasoned with kicks and cleats, gets up and goes to Sam Cosgrove. , who is surprised to see him standing still, gives him one leg outstretched at knee height, causing him to fall a few meters while Shay Logan shoots the ball at him. Scotty wakes up, spreads his arms and lets out a free scream halfway between physical omnipotence and an adrenaline rush. he adjusts the shirt Celtic And four dance step memes, pointed out. Four years later, again at Pittodry, he played the final game of his career: 65 minutes against St. Johnstone, with an armband. But not even the shadow of the hoops.
He congratulated Glasgow last season: a surprise departure after 15 years as absolute leader of a club that goes beyond the era of football, paving the way for a faithful rebuilding of a career that ended in the most natural way. it happens. Beginning of the path as a coach.
To better understand Scott Brown, we must first start with the words of Celtic CEO, Peter Lovell, who used the anticipated farewell note titled “Captain”. leader. Legend”, clear words.
“Brown has undoubtedly been the most influential figure in Scottish football over the past fifteen years.” he is right.
Scotty’s previous season as a footballer was not his best yet, but he got to learn what he needed from the next year, when he takes on the role of coach of the club. Fleetwood TownIn Football League 1. And here we need to pause for a moment that the past few years have seen many, many changes in the life of one of the most talked about (and used, purely speculative) athletes of all time. decade.
The defined face, in contrast to Pitodri’s reaction to that 2018 Aberdeen-Celtic, hides a certain consistency this time around: She’s even embarrassed in the first interview released by the new Fisherman technician. He smiles and escapes the gaze of the journalist following him: He’s another Scott Brown, in short. Light years away from the man who in 2007 at Hampden Park, after one of the two Tencent’s Cup semi-finals, challenged a BBC reporter, the author of an endless sequence of questions about the previous week, which saw the then players was. The Hibernians (the team that Brown was part of) meet with President Rod Petrie to complain about their coach, John Collins. Not a laughing scene. Brown answers all questions in an unflattering “I don’t know”, summed up in a simple “Donau”: In short, I do not look, do not hear, do not speak with a fixed and provocative gaze.
On the other hand, Scotty, who sits in the Fleetwood locker room, is embarrassed, barefaced with confidence: He smiles uncomfortably with his back to the wall. He is a new man.
“I’ll make mistakes: it’s my first job and it’s a miracle if I don’t make mistakes”, He told the Blackpool Gazette.
Scott Brown, it wasn’t always like this. One of the most representative episodes of his career at Celtic, of course, follows the goal in February 2011 at Ibrox at the old firm of the Cup. Alan McGregor, an impregnable left-hander, who probably doesn’t come from someone like “Brunie.” He wasn’t expecting such a conclusion. That, which has always been “matter” before “technology”, was left in the drawer at the time of his transfer from Hibernian to Celtic, as well as half-forward ambitions themselves that, over time, functioned as a To found the screen in the middle of the field.
In any case, that network will always be remembered for the respective glee: Brown and el-Hadji Diouf gave each other a good reason for the entire match. Who do you want to be in the eyes of the Celtic captain after goal? The Senegalese attacker, who raises arms to the face like “Bruni”, is complete with a serious and proud expression. The two will hug at the end of the game: because Scotty has always been like that. Enemy on the pitch, maximum respect out.
“I enjoyed a lot”, Will tell Football Daily Clips after years. We obey him for this.
From a strictly statistical point of view Scott Brown is one of three captains (along with Billy McNeil, former Celtic, who claimed a streak from the 1965/66 season to the 1973/74 season, and Richard Gough, along with former Rangers, a with the 1988 season/89 to 1996/97) have won nine consecutive Scottish Championships with the same team. Overall, in terms of appearances, 611 with 46 goals with hoops.
The last case we always want to remember pertains to the old firm, but is from March 2019: this time he is faced not with a composed man like Diouf, but “El Bufalo” Alfredo Morelos. Certainly not the one that pulls back.
Half an hour into Heaven, the Rangers striker is sent off the pitch, but from home we have to wait for replays to justify the screams of the spectators present: Brown and Morelos collide on the far ball, the Celtic captain his passes from behind and “El Buffalo” gives him an elbow. Or an elbow signal: in short, enough to knock him to the ground and trigger a red card.
Controversy, controversy: The ideal environment for the old firm, of course. Bruni is medicated and taken off the pitch, it takes a while for Morelos to leave the pitch, Steven Gerrard is clearly upset but used to such reactions from his striker. Brown, meanwhile, is at the height of the fourth man quenching his thirst: he waits for his opponent to come out and laughs in his face, knowing he has achieved his goal. The most important invisible man in recent Celtic history: the captain, the leader. legend.
Chosen by Goal
Devoted problem solver. Tv advocate. Avid zombie aficionado. Proud twitter nerd. Subtly charming alcohol geek.