Scott Brown obviously doesn’t agree with Gordon Strachan‘s exit as Scotland manager.
The Tartan Army captain could only watch on last week as his teammates beat Slovakia before drawing with Slovenia and, ultimately, missing out on a World Cup playoff spot.
That was a major disappointment for the whole country considering a win over Slovenia would have secured that playoff and a chance of making it to the first major tournament since France 98.
But Scotland were left with too much to do at a late stage, and the draw saw them slip to third in their qualifying group and miss out.
Today it was confirmed by the SFA that Strachan has left his role as manager, ending a four-year tenure as boss.
And as the majority celebrate the news, Brown has taken to Instagram to share his sadness at Strachan’s departure:
So Brown obviously doesn’t agree with it – and that shouldn’t come as a surprise given the close bond he’s had with the manager throughout his career.