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BROWN SWITHERS ON SCOTLAND FUTURE AS ARMSTRONG FOCUSES ON CELTIC

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CELTIC skipper Scott Brown revealed he has yet to make up his mind about his Scotland international future.
The 31-year-old midfielder came out of a three-game retirement to take his place in Gordon Strachan’s side for the 3-0 World Cup qualifier defeat against England last month.
Brown has yet to decide whether he will call time again on his country.
He said: “I have over three months now before the next qualifiers, so I haven’t made a decision yet.
“I will see how my body reacts and see where I am with Celtic and what is happening.”
Stuart Armstrong, Brown’s midfield sidekick at the champions, has been tipped by Hoops boss Brendan Rodgers as international material and is an obvious candidate for selection for Strachan’s March international squad.
But the on-fire Celt admitted: “I am not thinking too much about the next step or about Scotland.
“All that concerns me just now is the next game. We have a really busy December that we want to come through having acquitted ourselves well.
“We have also played a lot of games, so my focus of late has been on recovery or preparation.
“It is nice for people to talk about Scotland and playing for the national team, but, in all honesty, it is not where my concern lies at the minute.
“I just want to be doing my best for Celtic and playing as well as I can.”

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