SCOTT BROWN has apologised to Celtic fans for the game on Sunday as well as the whole season as the legendary captain gets set to hang up his hoops.
The midfielder’s influence in this side has dwindled over time and it’s been evident the Celtic captain has not been played on form or merit as of late.
Scott Brown’s 14 years with the club have been outstanding. The captain was the catalyst behind the incredible quadruple treble run, the engine in midfield and a leader on the pitch.
All good things must come to an end and that’s what happened this season. However, we haven’t just failed, we have failed spectacularly!
Scott is a winner and he will be hurt by the way this season has panned out.
The Celtic legend offered up an apology speaking to SunSport.
“It was a hard game. Going back, Callum’s first yellow is not a yellow.
“I think it was the first game for the referee and he struggled, to be honest.
“It was always going to be hard with ten men.
“We kept fighting, we created chances, we were a bit unlucky we didn’t score at the start of the second half and then they went up the park and scored a goal.
“It was about us taking the chances.
“It’s been a hard season and it was a hard game as well, but Celtic will be back next season.
“It’s a hard game for the fans, but we are as disappointed as they are.
“We are sorry for letting them down over the whole season because this was supposed to be our showcase season — and it wasn’t to be.”
Broony will bow out as a Celtic player in two weeks time, bringing down the curtain on his trophy-laden time in Glasgow.
There’s one more game at Celtic Park to go and fans have been asked to drop off their tributes to the midfielder and those banners and trinkets will be put around across the stadium.