Hoops will defend their skipper after SFA charge
Celtic will "vigorously" defend Scott Brown against charges brought against their captain for his actions after the Old Firm Derby.
The Celtic skipper could face a potential ban after being charged for not acting "in the best interests of Association Football".
Both rival clubs have been served notices of complaint after a mass confrontation of players at the end of the game.
Brown was also involved in a post-match exchange with Rangers' Andy Halliday, which led to the latter receiving a second booking and a red card.
The 33-year-old stood with arms aloft in front of the Rangers support before appearing to gesture in a provocative way as he made his way up the touchline.
Celtic have until April 10 to respond with a hearing scheduled to take place next month.
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