Former Celtic boss Tony Mowbray had a message for any revelling rival fan in Glasgow this morning after the city was overrun by lawless idiots.
The former Celtic defender quipped that Scott Brown must have sore arms from the amount of silverware he’s lifted over the past nine years.
Mowbray also spoke about Celtic taking it on the chin and going again. The Blackburn boss positive Celtic and their fans will be very active in the coming weeks and months to make sure some people crawl back under their rocks.
💪👀"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
The ill-fated Mowbray Celtic season was the last time Celtic failed to win a trophy. The club are in peril of finishing with nothing, but the Scottish Cup is still up for grabs.
Given what we’ve witnessed all season, Scott Brown’s arms might be given a total rest this season.
There’s no doubt there will be a big reaction from the Hoops but it has to be the correct and positive reaction.