21 Mar 2021 17:41:15
Just want to say that was a class act from Scott brown today before the match am sure that was appreciated by kamara and all the other players at rangers today a know what rangers fans think of him but says a lot about a person to walk up to a player in your biggest rivals team before a Derby to show him support well done brown.

1.) 21 Mar 2021
21 Mar 2021 18:23:22
100% agree.

2.) 21 Mar 2021
21 Mar 2021 18:37:40
I assume Brown was told to do that for the cameras, it was all for show I'm afraid.

3.) 21 Mar 2021
21 Mar 2021 18:34:21
I saw that and thought it was a touch of class, then saw they had replaced the "champions" banner with one saying "one club since 1888" and then the "always cheated, never defeated" comments after the game.

4.) 21 Mar 2021
21 Mar 2021 18:52:03
I will firstly sat that I greatly dislike Scott Brown the footballer.
However having met the guy through my line of work several times he is a really nice lad away from it
Disappointing I know as it makes it harder to dislike him but a nice lad and I believe he would have done this genuinely.

5.) 21 Mar 2021
21 Mar 2021 18:58:23
The Lego muncher reverted to type on post match interview though. He is still a DICK, lol.

6.) 21 Mar 2021
21 Mar 2021 19:55:09
Absolute class from Scott Brown, a great message in difficult times. He rose above the rivalry and showed his true colours.

7.) 21 Mar 2021
21 Mar 2021 20:11:40
All done for the cameras in my option.

8.) 21 Mar 2021
21 Mar 2021 20:44:08
Bizzmybrox he showed his true colours in the post match interview when it couldn't be stage managed.

9.) 22 Mar 2021
22 Mar 2021 08:16:56
Why can't we just accept a nice gesture towards one of our players what's the point in doing it off camera then no one sees it its a gesture to show solidarity with a player who was racially abused so there for needed to be on camera some people will never be happy.