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Monday Round-Up: Brown - Celtic Is A Great Place To Be

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Scott Brown has been discussing his new contract
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THE BIG STORY: Celtic captain Scott Brown has been talking about his two year contract extension that he signed last week, describing Celtic as ‘a great place to be’ as we are playing ‘fantastic football.’ He also claimed to feel as ‘fit as he ever has‘ at any time in his career. I still hope he’s given a rest against Dundee on Wednesday night. Broony also spoke to Celtic TV, which you can see below.

OTHER NEWS: We launched our new ‘Letter From America’ series yesterday, which features Celtic fan in America Andrew Doran giving a U.S. perspective on events at Celtic Park. You can read his first article here, and give him a follow on twitter here. Next week he’ll look at watching a Celtic-Rangers game in the USA.

Talking of Celtic-Rangers, the in-form James Forrest believes that we can better last season’s 5-1 victory at Ibrox this Saturday. I have my doubts about that, but we should still win the game.

ON THIS DAY: In 2005, a Stan Petrov goal was enough to give Celtic a 1-0 win over Hibs at Easter Road.

In 2000, a Henrik Larsson brace gave Celtic a come from behind 2-1 win over Dumnfermline at East End Park, the victory maintained Celtic’s 100% league record.

In 1982, Celtic demolished Motherwell 7-0 at Fir Park, with Charlie Nicholas helping himself to a hat-trick in the process.