Celtic have unfurled a huge Scott Brown banner at the entrance of their stadium.
The Scottish midfielder is regularly celebrated at the Parkhead club for his impact on Brendan Rodgers’ team.
But that’s in particular focus right now given it’s his testimonial year and it was announced earlier this week that Celtic will play a Republic of Ireland XI at the end of May as part of it.
Brown has been at Celtic for going on 11 years and, in that time, has made 463 appearances, many as captain, while winning 14 major trophies.
Now the club have moved to give him even more of a presence at Celtic Park by unfurling a huge banner with Brown’s image on it at the entrance.
A supporter was at the ground today and made sure to get a picture of the new banner:
— Paul Kinlan🍀 (@KinlanPaul) March 29, 2018
That should be popular with supporters given the widespread love for Brown and the return to action of the team this weekend.
Rodgers’ men play against Ross County at Celtic Park at the beginning of a run-in in which they’ll hope to lift the Scottish Premiership title as well as the Scottish Cup.