BROWN BLASTS BAYERN CHAIRMAN’S EUROPEAN SUPER LEAGUE PLANS

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Scott Brown has criticised plans put forward by Bayern Munich’s chairman that could see Celtic excluded from the elite European competition.

Karl-Heinze Rummenigge has put forward an idea for a new European Super League with clubs from Italy, Spain, Germany, England and France included.

This would mean that smaller nations with teams like Celtic, Benfica and Porto in Portugal or Ajax and Feyenoord in the Netherlands would be excluded from the premier competition, despite winning the competition in years gone by.

The demise of the Champions League as we currently know it would be terrible for Celtic according to Brown, who has many fond memories in the competition.

As quoted by the Glasgow Evening Times, the 30-year-old captain said:

It suits them, eh?

It would be terrible. I know we haven’t made it for the last two years but not to have it ever again would be gutting for everyone.

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