Scott Brown in Celtic TV F-bomb gaffe as club legend bids Parkhead farewell with brilliant assist in St Johnstone win
Celtic legend Scott Brown produced a brilliant assist on his Parkhead farewell as the Bhoys beat COVID-hit St Johnstone 4-0 on Thursday night.
But it was Brown’s post-match interview which grabbed the most headlines, with the soon-to-be Aberdeen player-coach, caught up in a hilarious on-air blooper.
The skipper, who was greeted by fans outside Parkhead, spoke to Celtic TV after the game as he bid an emotional goodbye to his beloved Bhoys.
And as the interviewer requested to be informed when they went live, Brown cut in and said: “Play that song again, it’s a great tune.
“Just put Scooter on, f*** me. This isn’t live?”
Upon realising they were live on the club streaming service the pair burst out into laughter.
Scott Brown to depart Celtic for Aberdeen
No one quite epitomises Celtic like Scott Brown.
The 35-year-old has become a part of the Parkhead furniture since joining the club from Hibernian in 2007.
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They later round back to apologised for ‘any foul language that may have been heard there.’
Brown, who was replaced by Isamaila Soro just after the hour mark, set up Odsonne Edouard to double Celtic’s lead with a long diagonal ball.
David Turnbull, Kris Ajer and Karamoko Dembele also got on the scoresheet for the managerless Bhoys who will be looking to put a miserable 2020/21 campaign behind them.