Kris Boyd explains how tough Scott Brown is

ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND - MAY 04: Scott Brown of Celtic celebrates as his side secured the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership title after the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Aberdeen and Celtic at Pittodrie Stadium on May 04, 2019 in Aberdeen, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND - MAY 04: Scott Brown of Celtic celebrates as his side secured the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership title after the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Aberdeen and Celtic at Pittodrie Stadium on May 04, 2019 in Aberdeen, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

The Kilmarnock player says the Celtic captain is “not as scary as he looks” as he talks how tough his job is.

Celtic captain Scott Brown has a reputation in the Scottish Premier League.

He’s seen as an angry player, tough and very brave footballer.

But according to Kilmarnock footballer Kris Boyd, he’s not a frightening person.

“Yeah he will but he’s not as scary as he looks,” he was quoted by The Express.

“I think Scott Brown has a reputation but he’s actually a nice guy away from the football pitch.”

“He’s a big player who loves the big games. I think he thrives on them,” he added.

“The more they abuse him, the more he enjoys it because he knows he’s getting to them.”

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JULY 18: Artak Dashyan of Alashkert vies with Mikey Johnston of Celtic during the UEFA Champions League Qualifier between Celtic and Alashkert FC at Celtic Park on July 18, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

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The Celtic attacker scored both goals to give his team a 2-1 win over Hearts and win the Scottish Cup.

“We have to ignore the crowd and play the game, not the occasion. We have had an experience of that already,” he continued.

“I don’t want any token hard men out there. I want them to be well disciplined and motivated.”

“There might be bad moments in the game. We need to make sure we withstand that and make sure we’re a threat at the other end,” he said.

“Quietening the crowd will help. There will be anxiety around the stadium that we can feed on. It is important we tune into that.”

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