SCOTT BROWN has fired a cheeky dig at Rangers hero Kris Boyd as he explained why punditry was never for him.
The Celtic legend hung up his playing boots this summer and is now manager of Fleetwood Town in England.
As part of a preview for today’s match between Celtic and Kilmarnock, Brown was asked if he ever fancied a stint in the Sky Sports studio.
He responded: “I’d have had to get my teeth done, like Boydy did! Nah, Boydy’s brilliant on the telly, he knows the game inside out, especially the Scottish game. He deserves it, he’s a great lad, we got on really well.
“For me, what I wanted to do going down the line was always become a coach – I’ve done the punditry a couple of times. I get more love, more enjoyment out of being on the field and seeing the lads and being there on a matchday and prepping.
“It was the right time for me to do this and I couldn’t have started at a better club. For us it’s about growing the club and trying to get as high up the table as we possibly can.”