Loads of Celtic fans have been reacting to a rather bizarre incident after the defeat to CFR Cluj, as Scott Brown “liked” a tweet slamming manager Neil Lennon.
It’s fair to say the Parkhead faithful were a little confused when the team was announced on Tuesday.
The Hoops welcomed Cluj to Glasgow knowing any victory or goalless draw would send them through, but were beaten 4-3 after a truly remarkable second half.
The defence was all over the place as Callum McGregor was tasked with defending the left flank and big summer signing Christopher Jullien was left on the bench, prompting heavy criticism of Lennon from some fans.
Brown then liked a tweet from one such fan, but has since apologised, claiming he liked the tweet by accident while scrolling through Twitter.
The skipper has looked lethargic at times this season and gave away a penalty on Tuesday with a rather foolish attempt at a sneaky handball, and fans have not taken kindly to his antics on social media after the match, with several telling the skipper to either leave or take off the armband.
Take a look at some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
Well said. You can both go. The single most embarrassing performance by a Celtic captain I’ve seen in forty years. Just go. And take the ginger Guardiola with you.
— Richard McGinley (@Richiestoke) August 14, 2019
Just do the honourable thing and retire mate
— Liam (@liamcsc) August 13, 2019
It’s time to step aside as captain for the good of the team, if you love the club as you say do you’ll do the right thing.
— CelticForever (@CelticMemeMan) August 13, 2019
Too right mate, you weren’t very good.
— LAC (@LAC67_) August 13, 2019
We’re you also just flicking through the penalty box?
— Derek12345 (@Derek123453) August 14, 2019
Announce browns retirement ?
— jordan collins (@JordanCollins67) August 13, 2019