Video – Scott Brown posts a message of support to the Celtic Family

CELTIC CAPTAIN Scott Brown has posted a video message on social media to the Celtic Support this afternoon thanking everyone for the support and encouragement given to the players throughout this season and indeed every other one too. And he asks everyone to look after themselves and also their families in these difficult times.

Broony promised to be back soon and the day we can get alone to see the Bhoys in Paradise will be very special indeed.

Yesterday Celtic donated £150,000 via the Celtic FC Foundation to support the most vulnerable in our community who are suffering as a consequence of the coronavirus crisis. The money will be made available through the Football for Good Fund.

Specifically this money with has been made available from Celtic FC to the Foundation and is targeted at providing assistance to vulnerable families, pensioners, individuals who have been affected financially by the crisis, the homeless and frontline NHS staff who are going above and beyond to protect each and every one of us.

Here’s the message from Scott Brown. You’ll Never Walk Alone Broony…

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