Scott Brown reflects on 'a perfect season' at Celtic.

Celtic skipper Scott Brown ended the “perfect season” with his testimonial game against the Republic of Ireland at Parkhead.
Around 50,000 turned up to pay tribute to the 32-year-old midfielder who joined the Glasgow club from Hibernian in 2007.
The match took place a day after the Hoops clinched an unprecedented successive domestic treble with a 2-0 William Hill Scottish Cup final win over Motherwell at Hampden Park.

Following the 2-2 draw against Martin O’Neill’s side, Brown said: “It was definitely the perfect season.
“There was always going to be ups and downs in it but we have turned up in big matches.
“We dominated yesterday and we managed to bring the three trophies back to Celtic Park where they should be.
“It will be hard work next season but we have to get a wee bit better than we have been this season and we know we can push on yet again.
“When I first signed for Celtic my aim was to try and get in the team.
“It was a great team at the time. We always struggled against them at Hibs and we had a good team. But they had some exceptional players at the time.
“So it was just to try to get into the team but lucky enough for me, 11 years later I am still digging my heels in and still playing.”
By the P.A