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Celtic captain Brown to join Aberdeen as player-coach

Celtic captain Brown to join Aberdeen as player-coach

26/3/2021 6:38:00 AM

Celtic captain Brown to join Aberdeen as player-coach

Celtic captain Scott Brown will leave the club after 14 years to join Scottish Premiership rivals Aberdeen as a player-coach next season, the ...

SportCeltic captain Scott Brown will leave the club after 14 years to join Scottish Premiership rivals Aberdeen as a player-coach next season, the Glasgow club said.FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - Scottish Cup - Celtic v Heart of Midlothian - Celtic Park, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain - December 20, 2020 Celtic's Scott Brown looks on after being substituted REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

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26 Mar 2021 11:20AMShare this contentBookmarkREUTERS: Celtic captain Scott Brown will leave the club after 14 years to join Scottish Premiership rivals Aberdeen as a player-coach next season, the Glasgow club said.Brown, who has agreed a pre-contract with Aberdeen and will join them on a two-year deal this summer, played over 600 games for Celtic, winning 10 Premiership titles and 12 domestic cups since his arrival in 2007.

AdvertisementAdvertisement"It is a huge decision to leave this magnificent club ... but this is a new opportunity for me and a new chapter," said the 35-year-old, who will join new Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass' backroom staff, in a statement https://www.celticfc.com/news/2021/march/Celtic-captain-Scott-Brown-announces-plans-to-depart-at-end-of-season. headtopics.com

Celtic saw their run of nine consecutive Premiership titles ended by 'Old Firm' rivals Rangers this season, with manager Neil Lennon stepping down last month.(Reporting by Manasi Pathak in Bengaluru; Editing by Peter Rutherford) Read more: CNA »

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