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Broony rap sweat; Sweat for Celts star.

Broony rap sweat Celtic skipper Scott Brown could miss the Old Firm game at Ibrox - if he's reported for a kick at Hamilton defender Giannis Skondras.

The midfielder's challenge was raised by former Parkhead striker Chris Sutton and ex-Rangers boss Ally McCoist on BT Sport during Friday night's 4-1 win at the Superseal Stadium.

Both pundits believed Brown was lucky not to be shown a red card by ref Don Robertson after catching Skondras on the head.

And if the incident is reported to SFA compliance officer Tony McGlennan, Brown would face a sweat over a potential ban.

If he was hit with more than a one-game suspension it could rule him out of the clash with Rangers on September 23.

Whistler Robertson didn't punish Brown and the Celtic midfielder said at full-time: "I don't know what happened. He (Skondras) was moaning about me bumping him in the face but there was nothing in it."

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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Sep 10, 2017
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