Scott Brown won’t be going straight to Aberdeen after Celtic – he will make a stop to help ITV’s Euro 2020 coverage.
The midfielder’s time at Celtic has come to an end and he will join Aberdeen as a player-coach in the summer. Brown will also form part of ITV’s coverage for Euro 2020, joining Ian Wright, Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Patrick Vieira, Graeme Souness, Ashley Cole, Eni Aluko, Robert Earnshaw, Emma Hayes and Nigel de Jong.
Former Celtic pair John Collins and Joe Ledley are also on the team alongside Nadia Nadim and Andros Townsend. ITV Director of Sport Niall Sloan said: “Euro 2020 is a tournament unlike any other.
“ITV has brought together a uniquely talented team from across football that will offer viewers and fans compelling insight and entertainment we hope will enrich their enjoyment of what promises to be a very special few weeks.
“Our live coverage, highlights shows, podcasts, online and social media content, will capture all the action and all the talking points, so fans and viewers can immerse themselves in everything the tournament has to offer throughout Euro 2020 on ITV.”
Brown enjoyed a trophy-laden 14 years at Celtic but will begin his coaching journey with Aberdeen after punditry with ITV. Brown is also a former Scotland international, making over 50 appearances for the country. It’s the nation’s first major tournament since 1998.
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