“Scott Brown must have sore arms lifting all those trophies for the last nine years,” the former Celtic player and manager Tony Mowbray said today when asked about theRangers first ever title win yesterday. “Rangers can enjoy it for a few weeks,” Mowbray stated but then warns theRangers that “Celtic will react” and will be looking to make the right managerial appointment to make sure that the Scottish Premiership is won back next season.
Watch the video of Mowbray speaking to Sky Sports earlier today below…
💪👀"Scott Brown must have sore arms lifting all those trophies for the last nine years. The tables have turned – Rangers can enjoy it for a few weeks. Celtic will react."
Former Celtic boss Tony Mowbray has his say after Rangers were crowned Premiership champions 🏆 pic.twitter.com/tAdLKuZ1q3
— Sky Sports Scotland (@ScotlandSky) March 8, 2021
Meanwhile further comment from England comes from the BBC News Channel who clearly never received or has misplaced the Continuity Myth Memo. This guy’s life will be made a misery over the next few weeks when yesterday’s revellers get wind of this…Liquidation and reformed! Oh the truth hurts…
"liquidated and reformed"
Someone never got the memmo 🤔 pic.twitter.com/454txN0SYz
— Alan Coyle (@alan_coyle1) March 8, 2021