BROONY has been reliving some of his favourite moments at Celtic and it got emotional when he discussed his first Celtic title win on Celtic TV.

Having signed at the start of the season for £4.4million the midfielder spoke of the settling in period being difficult.

Brown was in and out the team and he made note of the struggles he had with his young sister’s illness.

The Celtic captain looked back at the footage of Celtic’s final day triumph and the trophy which was won for Tommy Burns.

Broony remembers all the celebrations, but after he left Tannadice he didn’t head straight to Celtic Park for the late night celebrations – instead he went to visit his sister.

Brown’s sister Fiona Brown tragically passed away at the age of 21, just weeks after the title triumph. You can see the Celtic star getting emotional as he looks back at this time in his life.

Scott Brown has certainly carved out a career his sister most certainly would be proud of.


  1. Absolutely Stephen!
    Broony is a proper legend and has loads of class, intelligence and talent. He is a real role model, a true professionaland a most formidable captain. Apart from that, he is a thoroughly decent and caring human being with an appropriate sense of mindfulness.
    I am grateful for his arrival and his long term commitment to our club and for his dedication and professionalism. There are so few players who will ever earn the respect he has in the game.
    A big thank you from me Mr Brown.


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