SCOTT BROWN is the villain of the piece at Ibrox and gets a lot of bile from the stands as well as being targeted by their players.
However, the Celtic captain has shown his class and his ability not to take himself seriously by signing two paintings of Ryan Kent taking a swing at him during the Glasgow Derby in March so they can be auctioned off for a Cancer charity in memoriam of a Gers supporter who has passed away. Kent has also signed the painting.
Huge thanks to @ScottBrown8 and @ryankent for leaving club rivalry aside and signing this phenomenal painting by Geo Thomson , that we are auctioning on 14th June at my brother's Memorial game for @MacmillanLan , DM me any bids up until midday 14th June #cancerhasnocolours pls RT pic.twitter.com/zCnBnI1bGk
— Rangers@Bognor (@Rangers_Bognor) May 16, 2019
Scott Brown lost his sister to Cancer not long after signing for Celtic and knows the turmoil it can cause for family and loved ones.
The midfielder would not have hesitated to sign these in order to help a great cause.
Brown is a warrior on the pitch and will make sure you know you’re in a game but he is also a gentleman, which gets overlooked because of his passion on the field.
We hope the painting by Geo Thomson raises a lot of money.