“My captain forever”; Celtic fans react to Brown’s Paradise farewell

It has been known for over a month now that Scott Brown is swapping the bright lights of Glasgow to join Aberdeen in a player-coach role; but that hasn’t stopped the tributes flowing in on a night where the skipper made his final venture onto Paradise in the famous green and white.

Thank you Broony. What a journey. Celtic legend.

Brown, who has been at Celtic for the best part of 14 years, played his final Paradise game tonight in a 4-0 drubbing of St Johnstone, picking up a precise assist in the first half along the way, with help from a wonderfully executed Odsonne Edouard finish – quite fitting for a player who has won almost everything in Celtic colours.

A turbulent season hasn’t given the 619-appearance skipper exactly what he wished for trophy-wise, but you cannot take anything away from the man who oversaw the quadruple treble and 9IAR – the fans who adore him certainly haven’t.

He is getting the plaudits, and rightly so – Broony, if you’re reading this, you’ve earned it.

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  1. My hero, always has been, always will be.
    We’ll see you back home in the future. Until then Broony, May God be with you.