The Scotland fans in the Transfer Tavern aren’t quite sure what to make of skipper, Scott Brown.
Having previously retired from international football, ‘Broony’ returned during the Tartan Army’s failed World Cup qualifying campaign, though looks to be on the verge of leaving once again.
Undoubtedly a key member when available for selection, fans online have been reacting to Brown’s comments following the departure of Gordon Strachan as the national team manager.
Many will miss the 32-year-old’s combative presence in the engine room should he decide to call a second end to a national career that first began back in 2005, though not everyone is quite convinced.
With Brown having walked out before, some of the reaction on Twitter has been negative towards him, with sections of the Scotland support seemingly not bothered should he call time again.
Considering all of this, here’s a look at how fans reacted to the Celtic star’s comments.
Scott Brown retiring will be the best thing for Scotland since Gordon Strachan leaving.
— Darren Dewar (@DarrenMDewar) October 13, 2017
With WGS away,Broony should put his career and Celtic first,and announce his Scotland days are over.
— Celtic Symphony (@DM8883) October 12, 2017
Hoping Broony does the right thing here and retire from Scotland for the sake of the longevity of his Celtic career.
— Judean peoples front (@gladamatim) October 12, 2017
Just like Strachan, I doubt many Scotland fans could care less whether the under-performing Brown does or does not feature again.
— Frankie (@GersnetOnline) October 13, 2017
Well done broony for speaking out, yet again the SFA have screwed up, and this will show in the next campaign.
— Scott Duncan (@hombredeescocia) October 13, 2017