CELTIC Invincible Scott Brown could be set for a return to the dug-out – just over three months after leaving Fleetwood Town.

The Hoops great, who was Brendan Rodgers’ onfield leader during the memorable unbeaten season of 2016/17 that brought in a silverware treble, has been linked with Queen’s Park.

The ambitious Championship side are looking for a successor to Robin Veldman who was sacked at the weekend following the 4-1 home loss against Duncan Ferguson’s Inverness Caley Thistle.

SILVER CELT…captain Scott Brown with the domestic trophies after the Hoops’ phenomenal quadruple treble achievement.

Brown, 38, who quit Parkhead in the summer of 2021 to team up with his former Hibs colleague Stephen Glass at Aberdeen, moved to the English third-tier outfit last summer after ending his seventh-month stay at Pittodrie.

His ex-Hoops and Scotland team-mate Charlie Mulgrew, 37, who left his player/coach role at Dundee United earlier this season, has also been mentioned with the Spiders, according to a report in the Daily Record.

The Glasgow club appointed Veldman from Anderlecht six months ago, but a change was in the wind when his sporting director Marijan Beuker left for Ajax last week.

The Dutchman was relieved of his coaching duties after the heavy loss against the Highlanders and with the club sitting third bottom of the table.


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