Brown welling up as he gets ready to bow out

March 2013
Daily Mail;3/29/2013, p90
CRAIG BROWN admits that, for the first time in a 40 year managerial career, his cool exterior is in danger of cracking as he prepares for an emotional farewell at Pittodrie tomorrow. Brown has two more fixtures to fulfill as Aberdeen boss — at home to Hearts tomorrow and away to Dundee PAUL STURROCK United a week on Saturday — before he retires and Derek McInnes takes charge. He said: 'I am not an emotional person, but I started to write my final programme notes and must admit I did come over all emotional. 'When you're here each day for two-and-a-half years, it does get right to you.' has had


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