By Will Butcher
Rangers fans are not happy on Twitter after Celtic captain Scott Brown was recalled to the Scotland side to face England.
Brown, 31, is set to return to international duty less than 3 months after stating that he would retire to ease the pressures on his body as he enters his thirties.
However, the Scottish Football Association revealed on their official Twitter account that Brown has been selected by Scotland boss Gordon Strachan to face England on November 2011 in Group F of the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign.
— Scottish FA (@ScottishFA) November 2, 2016
Brown has been selected alongside three other Celtic stars, while Strachan has picked just one Rangers star in captain Lee Wallace.
Rangers fans have reacted with disgust on Twitter, as they believe Brown is picking and choosing the games he wants to represent Scotland in.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
as much as a hate Scott Brown a think its class he's came out international retirement to play these English bastards oan the 11th
— ryan. (@Ryan_J_Fletcher) November 2, 2016
Scott brown coming out of international retirement and getting called up just sums up how ridiculous the national team set up is
— Ally Guthrie (@Super_Ally_72) November 2, 2016
so Scott Brown just couldn't be arsed playing against Malta and Lithuania is it, what was the point in that retirement, idiot
— Chum (@andrewchammaz) November 2, 2016
@Joey7Barton would you play for england against Scotland just to do over Scott Brown?
— Jake (@JakeHunsley) November 2, 2016
Imagine Gerrard doing what Scott brown is doing 😳
— Tristan Walker. (@TristanWalker16) November 2, 2016
Scott Brown retired from international football about 2 months ago? Does he just get to pick and choose when he wants to play :s
— Steven Roberts (@_stevenroberts6) November 2, 2016
— P. Brown (@pedrotherev) November 2, 2016
The former Hibernian star is expected to feature in his recognised midfield role, after missing games against Malta, Lithuania and Slovakia.
Brown has 50 Scotland caps to his name, as well as finding the net in a dark blue shirt four times.