STEVEN GERRARD didn’t seem too enamoured when he was asked to comment on Scott Brown’s SFA hearing being pushed up to this Friday after former Ibrox player Charlie Adam took the huff on social media.

Scott Brown will go up in front of the SFA for a charge of ‘failing to act in the best interests of association football’ next week instead of the following week after Celtic asked for the hearing to be pushed forward.

This means in the very unlikely scenario that Scott Brown is punished for any sort of wrongdoing during the Glasgow Derby he would likely face a two-match ban which would see him return for the Ibrox game instead of after that match.

With the media looking for a reaction from Gerrard, the former Liverpool captain played it cool but seemed flustered and passive aggressive when he declared the midfielder’s inclusion in the Celtic squad for Ibrox as ‘good news.’

“I’ve got nothing to say on it, really. That’s Celtic’s business. But if he’s available for the O** F***, it’s good news.” Gerrard told the National.

Celtic will head to Ibrox for the final Glasgow Derby of the season in May and will most likely have their captain to call on. After the last game, the Ibrox players will be out for revenge.