SCOTT BROWN has tonight slammed the SFA’s decision to stay put at Hampden and declared the stadium is one of the worst he’s ever played in with regards to atmosphere.
Taking time out of welcoming Celtic’s visually impaired fans to Celtic Park the former Scotland captain did not mince his words when he heard about the decision.
“Hampden is possibly one of the worst stadiums I have played in for atmosphere.
For Scotland, I think we should be playing at Celtic Park, Ibrox, then the smaller games – when you only get 17,000 – should be at Hibs and Hearts.”
Broony hung up his international boots for good last year when Gordon Strachan left his position as the Scotland manager.
The idea of bowing out of the international game in order to prolong his Celtic career has been working out well for the Parkhead captain.
Scotland had the chance to move to Murrayfield or consider other options before deciding to stump up £5million to Queens Park.
Hampden in its current state is not fit for purpose and things will certainly have to be looked at going forward.