Anti-Dons, Brown and Celtic story will make Gers fans smile

Anti-Dons, Brown and Celtic story will make Gers fans smile
ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 03: Scott Brown of Aberdeen is seen in the stand during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Aberdeen and Celtic at Pittodrie Stadium on October 03, 2021 in Aberdeen, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

We had to giggle a little bit at a story on our newsfeed about Aberdeen and Celtic, in a rare little indulgence at the expense of both the Sheep and the timmies.

Former Aberdeen star Theo Den Caat (who we’re old enough to remember here at the Noise) has slaughtered current player/assistant manager Scott Brown and the decision by their rotten ex-manager Stephen Glass to make his personal friend ‘Broony’ his assistant at his new club.

We have to say Glass’ firing was yet another giggle at the expense of the Dons who have endured a miserable time of it lately with their two draws against us about the only highlights they actually have of what has been an abysmal season.

But we’d have to agree with Den Caat – not only is Brown about a hundred miles away from being backroom staff material never mind assistant coach, but he’s done very little at the Dons beyond being completely washed up.

His conduct against Rangers was typical Brown, enjoying the red card of Ryan Kent having cheated to ensure it happen while then laughing as the Rangers man got given his marching orders.

That match may have seen the end of referee Kevin Clancy’s SPL career, given he missed frankly a pretty obvious Dons penalty while he was at it.

End of the day you reap what you sow, and Brown won’t be used to being bottom 4 of the league, dumped out of all the cups and the laughing stock of the country.

What goes around, comes around, my friend.

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