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Scott Brown: Former Celtic captain says first management role at Fleetwood Town 'couldn't have been any better'

Scott Brown, the former Celtic captain, says he "couldn't have got a better opportunity" in management after taking his first role as the new Fleetwood Town boss. The League One club interviewed a number of potential appointments but Brown was "the outstanding candidate", according to chairman Andy Pilley, who described him as "a born leader, a serial winner, and incredibly serious about becoming a successful manager".
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Former Celtic captain Scott Brown appointed Fleetwood boss

Former Celtic and Scotland captain Scott Brown has been appointed the new Fleetwood head coach. Brown last week announced the end of a 19-year playing career in which he won 22 domestic trophies with Celtic, whom he left at the end of last season to take up a player-coach role at Aberdeen.
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Scottish Gossip: Scott Brown, Celtic, Hibs, Rangers, Hearts, Aberdeen, St Mirren

Former Celtic skipper Scott Brown will take his first job in management when he is appointed boss of English League One side Fleetwood Town next week. And he has politely declined an offer from Celtic to hand over the league trophy after Saturday's final league game of the season against Motherwell. (Daily Mail, print edition)
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Celtic legend Scott Brown set to be appointed as Fleetwood Town manager

Scott Brown’s first step on the managerial ladder looks likely to be with EFL side Fleetwood Town, with the Daily Mail reporting Celtic’s legendary former captain will named boss of the League One side, who just avoided relegation last season. Broony, who had previously been linked with the...
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Celtic legend Scott Brown ready for manager talks with two clubs

Scott Brown’s announcement that he is retiring from the game brought an end to one of the most decorated playing careers in Scottish football history but the Celtic legend has never been one to sit still. It has been clear for a while that Broony is eyeing a career in management after hanging up his boots and it looks like he is ready to take his first steps in that direction soon.
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Celtic pay emotional tribute to retiring club legend Scott Brown

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Why Scott Brown should not present the trophy to Celtic

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Scott Brown sends emotional response to Celtic tribute

Celtic legend Scott Brown confirmed the rumours that had been floating around since he left Aberdeen earlier this season, by announcing his retirement from the pitch and hanging up his boots once and for all. It was truly an honour to witness one of the most decorated careers in the history of the Scottish game but it is good to know that Broony will finally have the chance to rest his arms, which must have been sore from lifting so many trophies.
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Former Celtic and Scotland captain Scott Brown announces retirement

Former Celtic and Scotland captain Scott Brown has retired from playing.Brown, 36, was player-coach at Aberdeen but left Pittodrie following the departure of manager Stephen Glass during February.Renowned as a tough-tackling midfielder, Brown won 22 domestic honours with Celtic, including nine successive league titles, during 14 successful years before leaving at the end of last season.Brown, capped 55 times for Scotland, started his playing career at Hibernian before joining Celtic in 2007.Writing on social media, Brown said: “So after 20 years, almost 800 appearances at club level, 55 caps for my country, 10 league titles, 6 Scottish Cup and 7...
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