Celtic legend Scott Brown takes superb dig at Rangers

Celtic v Aberdeen - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership
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Scott Brown was captain of Celtic for several years and by the time he left the club, his arms must have been tired with lifting all those trophies. It was one of the most successful periods in the Hoops' history but unfortunately, his last season at Parkhead was not a success, as they finished trophyless and 25 points behind the Rangers in the league.

It had looked like the Rangers had gotten to the top of the Scottish game and were destined to stay there for a while. On the other hand, Celtic were expected to take a few years to rebuild after the 2020/21 campaign.

Neither of those two things happened. Celtic were champions of Scotland the very next season while the Rangers are struggling once again, and have had four different managers over the last couple of years.

One topic that has been heavily discussed recently is the away allocation in the Glasgow Derby. No away fans get to attend the fixture at this point in time, whether it be at Parkhead or at Ibrox.

Celtic legend Scott Brown takes superb dig at Rangers

Brown seems to have his theory regarding the away allocation. As reported by Glasgow Times, Broony said about the matter:

"I think it all stopped when we kept winning. I think that's maybe why it stopped."

Except for the 2020/21 season, Celtic have pretty much always had the better results when it comes to the Glasgow Derby in recent times. Even in this campaign, they have won twice already, 1-0 away at Ibrox and 2-1 at home.

Most people feel that the absence of away fans at these games takes away from the Glasgow Derby. One can only hope that a resolution can be reached soon regarding the matter. If that does not happen, then Celtic should have no problems continuing in the manner things have been, cause they have won consistently.