Celtic star must be heralded for remarkable feat in wake of stunning awards ceremony
It will come as no shock to anyone that has watched Celtic this season to hear that Hoops captain Scott Brown dominated the club’s player of the year awards.
The Scottish Sun reports that the 32-year-old Hoops skipper won three awards at the ceremony, including being voted player of the year by both his team-mates and the fans, while he also picked up a special recognition award, in honour of his decade of service to the Hoops.
Brown has been the Hoops’ best player by far this season. He has managed to drag a Hoops side which has looked ordinary at times to the brink of a second consecutive domestic treble, which is a remarkable achievement.
Whilst some of the other star players from last season’s side – Scott Sinclair, Jozo Simunovic, for example – have failed to push on this season, Brown’s consistency has been remarkable, and it is this feat which must be heralded in the wake of his stunning awards ceremony.
His greatest moment of the season so far was when he helped marshal a 10 man Hoops side to a memorable 3-2 win over Rangers at Ibrox which all but clinched a seventh consecutive league title.
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The fact that both his team-mates and the club’s fans voted Brown as player of the year says it all about his influence at the club, and when he eventually retires he will leave a huge void in the team, which will take a long time to fill.
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