The Evening Times has embarrassed themselves with their latest headline on the Glasgow Derby after they report Police Scotland took a view on Scott Brown’s on-field antics and whether they deserved any criminal investigation or not.
The only criticism Scott Brown has faced is from people who are content with him being goaded but not so happy when he’s successfully playing mind games with Celtic’s Glasgow rivals. The sight of the Celtic captain smiling back at players who are trying to assault him, or successfully assaulting him is too much for some. It was the Scott Brown show during the Glasgow Derby and they were sick, but the player never raised a hand, never did anything out of turn and played a significant role in the win.
The ET ‘confirmed’ that Police Scotland ‘took a view’ on Scott Brown’s actions during the game to see if they warranted any action.
Just take a moment to stop and think about that if true; Police Scotland have sat down, looked at a guy doing his job, and doing it well at the expense of other’s sanity and he was in the firing line of potential criminal proceedings.
Unless the ET has spoken to someone directly, Brown’s name is never mentioned or specific antics brought up.
Here is a spokesperson for Police Scotland.