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Scott Brown

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  1. Scott Brown: I signed for Celtic, scored against them and had a bust-up.. I hope Gary Mackay-Steven doesn't do the same

    HOOPS skipper knows how it feels to play against a club you've just signed for but knows Dundee United ace will continue to give 100% for the Tayside club. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record

  2. Celtic's place belongs at the top, says captain Brown

    Celtic captain Scott Brown hopes the thought of reclaiming top spot in the Scottish Premiership will help drive his teammates on to victory against Motherwell on Wednesday. The champions moved ... FULL ARTICLE AT Yahoo! Sports

  3. Scott Brown will speak to Gary Mackay-Steven before he joins Celtic

    Scott Brown plans to speak with Gary Mackay-Steven before he joins Celtic – to ensure the Dundee United man knows exactly what he’s getting himself into. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Mail

  1. Celtic's Scott Brown: I told Ronny Deila to make a move for Dundee United's Gary Mackay-Steven

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  2. Brown: Time to hit the front

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  3. Scott Brown admits he has mixed feelings about the pressure Aberdeen are putting on Celtic in the Scottish Premiership title race. FULL ARTICLE AT TEAMtalk

  4. Brown shout led to goal - Matthews

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Scott Brown (born 25 June 1985 in Dunfermline, Fife) is a Scottish association football player, currently playing for Scottish Premier League club Celtic. Brown, who started his professional career with Hibernian, is a regular in the Scottish national team. His transfer to Celtic from Hibs in the summer of 2007 broke the record for the biggest transfer fee paid between two Scottish clubs Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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