Celtic captain Scott Brown will show everyone he was right to retire from Scotland.

Broony is the Hoops’ longest serving player and featured in the majority of matches this season.

He quit international duty last year but signed a new Celtic deal at the start of this year.

His performances are dithering but were improving in recent weeks. The time not playing while his teammates are will prove dividends against Hamilton Accies on Saturday.

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Scott Brown proving Scotland decision is correct

The 34-year-old is tied down with the Hoops for another two years.

At 36-years-old, Brown will retire going by his comments earlier this year.

Scott Brown going in head first against Rangers. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

His playing career has continued so far because of the decision he made on hanging up his kilt last year.

 

Brown is noticeably weakening when it comes to performances but that’s expected. At his age and playing week in week out, there will be moments where there will be drops. However, going on his recent performance against Rangers, Brown has never looked better.

He did need the rest and will come back into the team revitalised following the time off.

Scott Brown will benefit from Scotland retirement. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Accies are the best team to get the legs recharged as the game is an expected walkover for the Hoops.

Questions over the captain’s future

Fans will be wanting to know what the veteran is going to do when he hangs up his boots for good.

Under Brendan Rodgers, Brown had a brief spell coaching the Hoops youth team. However, the coaching aspect is not around Brown anymore.

Scott Brown will have more time to spend with his family. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Brown is a massive fan of golf, so perhaps he has eyes on more time on the green in future.

Whatever he decides to do, Brown goes with every fans’ best wishes for his service. League titles, European performances, trebles, he has done it all under many managers.

Hopefully he isn’t a stranger to the club when it comes to leaving.

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