Scott Brown has slaughtered Hampden just hours after the SFA decided to stay there moving forward.
The Celtic captain has plenty of experience playing at the national stadium with both club and country.
So he’s in a good place to pass comment on Hampden’s suitability as the home of Scottish football following the SFA’s announcement that they have agreed to buy the stadium from Queen’s Park in a £5million deal.
It was between Hampden and Murrayfield in the SFA’s decision, but the SFA have chosen to stay where they are.
And that’s something Brown disagrees with, telling how he thinks Hampden is one of the worst stadiums he’s ever played at for atmosphere:
WATCH: Scott Brown says Hampden is one of the worst stadiums he has played in for atmosphere.
— STV Sport (@STVSport) September 11, 2018
It’s hard to disagree with him when you see the attendance at Hampden in the most recent games against Belgium and Albania.
What do you think of the SFA’s decision to remain at Hampden?