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Ange Postecoglou: Scott Brown ‘will always be welcome’ at Celtic

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Ange Postecoglou: Scott Brown

Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou revealed that former captain Scott Brown will always be welcomed back. Brown left Aberdeen after just nine months at the club following the sacking of manager Stephen Glass. He played for Celtic for 14 years but has now decided to focus on coaching development. There have been a number of reports suggesting that Brown could make a return to his former club.

“From my perspective, I don’t think anyone should be in any doubt that there will always be an open door here for Scott Brown,” Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou said. “The guy is one of the legends of this football club and will go down as one of the greatest ever. In terms of what he wants to do with his future, he’s best placed to answer that. He’s obviously made a decision right now and then after that, it’s up to him.”

“From my perspective, he’s a guy who I’ve admired from afar but having been here for the last nine months and hearing about him and the kind of person he was – as much a footballer – he’s left a massive legacy here at the football club,” he added. “From that perspective, whatever he does in the future I’m sure there will always be a welcome place for him here.”

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