You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeOn the long list of difficult decisions Neil Lennon has been confronted with this season, one conundrum has probably taken more hours of soul searching than all the rest.What’s to be done with Scott Brown?This shaven headed stalwart of Celtic’s decade of dominance. The captain, leader and legend who seemed destined to end his days at the club by lifting one last title and carrying it off into history.Right up until, that is, Paradise began to turn itself upside down.Amid the resulting chaos of 10 In A Row gone wrong and just as the lynch mob made its way into the car park Brown was thrown out with Lennon’s dirty bath water and cast aside from his midfield throne to make way for a couple of young pretenders to the crown.Yes, Lennon may have placated some of the public by making room in his team for new blood Ismaila Soro and David Turnbull.Read MoreCeltic boss Neil Lennon rails against abuse as he slams lack of accountability for online trollsBut sanctioning Brown’s sacrifice must have felt like something of a betrayal nonetheless, especially given all the triumphs this pair have achieved together down the years.Now, at the age of 35, the old warhorse appears to be fighting his way back into the manager’s plans all over again.Two starts, a goal and six points in Celtic’s last two matches suggest the veteran will be relied upon again tonight when Celtic face St Mirren in Paisley.Come to think of it, given the wafer thin margins for error involved, Lennon can hardly dare leave him out.But, deep down, the Parkhead boss knows histalismanic skipper can’t keep going forever.He said: “It has been difficult because of the influence he’s had and what he’s achieved in the game and how he’s received in the dressing room.”He probably hasn’t been at his influential best this season.”When we went into the lockdown last March he was playing brilliantly, looking really fit and producing really powerful performances. The lockdown had an adverse impact on him.”Broonie is also one of those players who feeds off the energy of the crowd so having no fans in the ground hasn’t helped him either.(Image: RUSSELL CHEYNE/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)”It’s always difficult when you see a player with that temperament and personality start to come towards the end of his career you have to deal with that as delicately as you possibly can.”.
Greenfield said that the Stowe did not reopen last summer when museums were allowed to reopen, so the employees who give tours stayed on furlough. “We’re not alone among house museums making the choice to stay closed. We all have very small spaces. Last week I reported on McPike Park. I wanted to share a dedicated funding source for campers set up by the Social Justice Center and other McPike Park supporters in addition to the The Friends of the State Street Family link I provided. Donations will help us with car repairs, gas cards and car maintenance for friends sleeping in their cars.