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Scott Brown will make his 615th and final appearance for Celtic on Saturday afternoon when he comes up against Hibernian, so to mark the occasion, we've decided to remember arguably his greatest ever 'sh*thouse' moment.
Captain. Leader. Legend. That last word is an understatement in describing Scott Brown. Truly the end of an era, our Captain Invincible, 2nd captain to lead us to 9 in a row. 22 trophies, 14 years. Good luck at Aberdeen @ScottBrown8 #CelticFC pic.twitter.com/8tSUEUWDC9- James Laverty (@JamesL25) May 12, 2021
After 14 successful years at Celtic, the tenacious Brown will finally move on to begin a new chapter in his career next season. But one thing is for sure - fans will never forget his never-say-die attitude on the pitch.
Take a feisty affair against Aberdeen in February 2018, for example.
In the second-half of the Scottish Premiership clash, Aberdeen's Sam Cosgrove, who had only been on the pitch for 10 minutes, was given a straight red card for a lunging challenge on the Celtic captain.
But instead of rolling around like 99 per cent of footballers would do these days, Brown got up straight away after getting a football blasted at his head moments later. This is incredible.
Brown certainly has a history against his new club.
In October 2018, the midfielder intercepted a note passed onto the pitch by Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes during the Dons' trip to Parkhead.
The Hoops managed to secure a crucial 1-0 victory, thanks in no small part to Scott Sinclair's cheeky second-half back-heel.
But one of the most eye-catching moments was the so-called 'note-gate', with Brown eventually passing the piece of paper to Brendan Rodgers.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie was handed a note from his manager, Scott brown stole it, read it and instructed his players :joy::clap: https://t.co/5ZhBa8O3aD- SPORTbible (@sportbible) October 1, 2018
With his side 1-0 down, Aberdeen substitute Max Lowe came onto the pitch in the second period and quickly passed a slip of scrap paper with instructions to his captain, Graeme Shinnie.
But as Shinnie got to grips with what was written, Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic quickly whipped it off him - before handing it to Brown.
Eventually, Rodgers took the paper and balled it up before taking the chance to read it.
Aberdeen manager Derreck McInnes then proceeded to call Brown a 'teacher's pet' after he stole the note.
What is your favourite memory from Brown's time at Celtic?
Let us know in the comments.
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