Date: 10th February 2020 at 8:00pm
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With Celtic easing their way through to the final eight of the Scottish Cup on Sunday afternoon with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Clyde, with skipper and legend Scott Brown getting himself on the scoresheet on the afternoon, he was always going to be showered with praise at the final whistle.

With manager Neil Lennon not taking the opportunity to rest the 34-year-old – despite otherwise making six changes – his importance on the pitch for us needs little explanation, and he’s long gone into the legend category at Parkhead.

The Clyde game was his 564th in our shirt, and his 43rd appearance of the 2019/20 campaign and despite his advanced age now, he’s showing little sign of slowing down.

Reacting to his performance on social media, plenty of fans understandably thought we’d got a job on our hands when it comes to replacing his influence, both on and off the pitch.

Can We Replace Broony?

Yes, But It'll Be Difficult

Yes, But It'll Be Difficult

Not A Chance

Not A Chance

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