Scott Brown has revealed that he won’t be joining the Law Society!
The 32-year-old isn’t happy with the prospect of retiring and the uncertainty that lies ahead.
A move into coaching is likely for the Fifer but as 90% of former players would admit it is no real substitute for playing and the magic of the dressing room environment.
A variety of different careers open up to former players with Brown’s Celtic team-mate Stuart Armstrong combining his playing career with studying fr a law degree.
They have played with and against each other but the Celtic skipper doesn’t see himself squaring up to the former Dundee United man in a courtroom!
“Stuart Armstrong is studying law but I don’t think that’s for me,” Brown told The Sun about his future career options. “It’s not about the money it’s about enjoying my life and my job.
“I’m lucky enough to win trophies with these guys, play in front of 60,000 people and that’s incredible as well. I take it in as I know it won’t last.
“I speak to Tom Boyd and while he comes to every single home game and loves it, he still wishes he could be out there playing.”
Despite speculating about his options in retirement Brown remains an essential part of the Celtic side and one of the fittest members of Brendan Rodgers’ first team squad.
Only Kieran Tierney has played in more matches than Brown this season although the midfielder has still to decide of he will continue with his international career.