Scott Brown credits this Celtic man for incredible 63-game record
By John Reid
Celtic captain Scott Brown has paid tribute to Brendan Rodgers and the beliefs that he has installed into the Celtic squad.
Brown was part of the Celtic side which defeated St Johnstone 4-0 at the weekend to set a new British domestic record of 63 games unbeaten.
Speaking to The Scottish Sun, Brown said: “We aren’t finished yet. There is no-one in there who thinks ‘right, that’s it, we can take the foot off the pedal now.’
“We are delighted that we have reached that milestone because it shows just how consistent we have been but we have got there through hard work and wanting to get better.
“That hasn’t changed. The manager has instilled in us a desire and a hunger to win and win in a certain way and we want to continue that no matter where we are or how many games we have won.”
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Celtic’s record began in May 2015, just before the arrival of Brendan Rodgers to the club.
Since Rodgers has become Celtic manager, Celtic went from strength to strength, completing their first domestic treble since 2001 and their first unbeaten domestic record since the 1890s.
Celtic’s next step is to try and extent the unbeaten run, beginning with a game against Ross County after the international break on November the 18th.
In other Celtic news, Celtic have taken to Twitter to celebrate the unbeaten run