Scott Brown Biography
Scott Brown is a Scottish professional football manager and former player who is the current manager of League One side Fleetwood Town. He is widely known for his 14-year tenure with Celtic, where he was club captain for 11 years and won ten Scottish league championships.
Scott Brown Age
Brown was born on 25th June 1985 in Scottland.
Scott Brown Height
Scott stand at a height of 1.78 metres.
Scott Brown Education
Scott attended Kirkintilloch High School from 2006 -2011.
Scott Brown Parents
Information regarding his parents is not publicly available.
Scott Brown Sibling
Brown’s younger sister Fiona died of skin cancer in May 2008, aged 21. He suffered this loss only two weeks after Celtic first team coach Tommy Burns had died of the same illness. Brown has a tattoo on his right forearm with his sister’s dates of birth and death; he later had words from a well-known funeral poem tattooed next to this.
Scott Brown Wife
Brown married Lisa Taylor in June 2009, in a small ceremony in Cyprus. As of May 2021, the couple have three sons, named Sonny, Kit and Shay.
Scott Brown Kids
He has three sons namely; Sonny, Kit and Shay.
Scott Brown Awards and Achievements.
On 6 May 2022, Brown officially announced his retirement from professional football, he made a total of 787 appearances for Hibernian, Celtic and Aberdeen; he also earned himself 55 Scotland caps during two spells; Brown won 23 major honours during his 19-year career.
Scott Brown Career
On 12th May, 2022, Brown was appointed head coach of EFL League One side Fleetwood Town.
Brown was a regular in the Scotland national under-21 football team managed by Rainer Bonhof, who recommended Brown to contacts in his native Germany.
Brown made his debut for Scotland as a 74th-minute substitute for Garry O’Connor in a 1–1 friendly home draw against the United States on 12 November 2005.
Scotland manager Walter Smith, who had picked a team featuring eight players under 23 years old, said that Brown performed well and described him as a “chirpy lad”.
Brown was then put back into the under-21 squad, but he was added to the full squad in September 2006 for the match with Lithuania.
Brown was selected for the full squad for the UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying matches against France and Ukraine in October 2006, but was not used in either game.
Brown made his competitive debut for Scotland in March 2007, coming on as a substitute for Gary Teale during a Euro 2008 qualifying match against Georgia. Having performed well in that appearance, Brown made his first start for Scotland in the following match, a 2–0 defeat against 2006 World Cup winners Italy.
Brown then became a regular pick for the national team; he started in Scotland’s 1–0 victory over 2006 World Cup runners-up France at the Parc des Princes in September 2007.
Brown was named by FIFA.com as a player to watch in 2009. He scored his first goal for Scotland on 5 September 2009, in a 2–0 win over Macedonia in a 2010 World Cup qualifying match.
Brown scored the first goal of the Craig Levein era, in a 1–0 win over the Czech Republic on 3 March 2010.
He then started the first two matches of Scotland’s Euro 2012 qualifying campaign, a 0–0 draw against Lithuania and a 2–1 win over Liechtenstein.
He missed the next two matches, losses against the Czech Republic and 2010 World Cup winners Spain due to injury.
Under Levein, Brown was one of Scotland’s key players, with both the manager, and assistant Peter Houston saying that they admire Brown’s energy and personality.
Brown was suggested as a possible captain for the 2011 Nations Cup match against Northern Ireland, in the absence of Darren Fletcher, but Levein decided to give the armband to Kenny Miller instead. Brown ended up missing the match due to injury.
On 22nd December 2011, it was revealed that Brown had been invited to the Great Britain team for the 2012 Olympics, although he was not actually selected for the squad that participated at the Games.
He played in four 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification games, and was appointed captain by new Scotland manager Gordon Strachan in February 2013 following incumbent Darren Fletcher’s bouts with illness. Brown scored his third and fourth international goals in consecutive 1–0 away friendly wins over Norway and Poland.
On 29th March 2016, Brown played his 50th international in a 1–0 home win over Denmark, earning himself a place on the roll of honour.
In August 2016, he announced his intention to retire from international football in order to dedicate all of his efforts to his club game.
He reversed this decision in October 2016, and featured in some 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification matches. In February 2018, Brown announced his retirement from international football for a second time.
Scott Brown Salary
His estimated salary per month is 23,000 sterling pounds.
Scott Brown Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $ 1, 483, 514.
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