Scott Brown sends a post cup final message to Todd Cantwell

Celtic legend Scott Brown took a dig at ‘TikTok’ Todd Cantwell when looking back on Celtic’s season and the Scottish Cup Final in which Adam Idah secured victory for the Celts in the 90th minute…

Speaking to the media, including The Celtic Star, after Sunday’s Legends match at Celtic Park, Broony said: “There’s a lot of people who talk in the press and talk on social media, and do all their TikTok’s and YouTube stuff or whatever it is.

“The good thing about our club is that they do their talking on the park and they continue to do that. It’s not about outside, it’s about the focus that is inside the football club and the mentality to keep going day to day.

“They [Celtic] know how to win trophies. (the)Rangers step up on those big occasions and they can’t finish it off. Callum, James, Brendan, they always get over the line. It’s that winning mentality and that’s the difference between the two clubs. Celtic always have that belief, even if it takes up to the 98th minute.”

The dig comes after Cantwell made a fool of himself on social media following theRangers 3-3 draw with Hearts on the final day of the season. He posted a picture of himself with the caption, “Shushburger please,” a comment that has been mocked by Celtic players after overcoming theRangers at Hampden.

And it’s true that our rival’s players do far too much talking online, especially TikTok Todd. If one of our players was joking around on the internet a week before a massive cup final, I’m sure our supporters wouldn’t be happy about that.

These Celtic players have no reason to be fearful of those on the other side of the city. We’re the dominant force in Scottish football and as long as they have their priorities elsewhere, we will continue to be.

In this season just ended the best that theRangers could do was salvage a 3-3 draw and even that result suited Celtic. In the other four games Celtic emerged victorious. They should be thankful to Kilmarnock for knocking Celtic out of the League Cup last August because with Celtic out the way they were able to lifted the minor prize in Scottish silverware this season.

Incidentally if you missed The Celtic Star’s exclusive photo gallery from the Legends game on Sunday have a look now, its absolutely brilliant…

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Jessica Elliott

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