Celtic manager Neil Lennon has heaped praise at captain Scott Brown as reported by 67 Hail Hail
The midfielder has become a staple for the Hoops, ever since he moved over to Park Head from Hibernian in 2008.
Over the course of around 10 years, Brown has not shown any signs of slowing down.
Now, the interim manager has said that Brown can’t be replaced at Park Head.
Scott Brown will go down in the annals of history as a great player. I think he’s a modern-day great, he knows his way around the pitch and even at 33, he’s still playing some great football.
“His consistency, his personality, his character, and his football are all fantastic for this club.”
The 33-year-old has already garnered 17 titles (8 Premierships, 4 Scottish Cups, 5 League cups) and is looking to add another two to his gallery, at the end of this season.
He is also regarded by many to the best captain to ever grace Park Head.
As far as this season is concerned, the Scotsman has played more than 30 games for theHoops.
Neil Lennon since taking charge, midway in the season, has led his side to 5 wins and 2 draws without any defeat.
The highlight was the Old Firm derby win last month, which enhanced his odds of becoming the permanent manager.
Meanwhile, Brown was charged by SFA for his provokatice celebration following the derby win.
The Hoops will be facing Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup semi-finals this Sunday.
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