Scott Brown is interested in moving into management this summer, according to The Scotsman, and has his sights set on the Raith Rovers post left vacant by former Celtic scout John McGlynn.
When Stephen Glass was fired and replaced by Jim Goodwin up north, Brown and Aberdeen agreed to break up his two-year contract at Pittodrie.
Brown was a player coach at Aberdeen when he joined Glass. Because John refused to let Scott remain as a coach, it was better if everyone went their separate ways.
The Celtic veteran has not publicly declared his retirement from playing at this time, but rumours say he is hoping to take over as manager on a permanent basis as soon as possible.
Scott has been studying for his coaching qualifications since his Celtic days. He was frequently involved with the youth system and learned under Brendan Rodgers’ tutelage.
Raith Rovers, rather than landing an SPFL job right away, could be a lower-profile move for the former Celtic captain.
We wish Broony the best of luck in his future endeavours. We hope to see him at Celtic again one day.