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    M BROWNAs widely speculated, Mark Brown will become a Celtic player today (Thursday 18th January).

    The former Rangers, Motherwell and now Caley Thistle stopper who would have been out of contract at the end of the season was mulling over a new ICT deal and was also attracting attention from other SPL teams such as Falkirk but according to ICTFC.CO.UK when the offer came in from Celtic, he "jumped at the chance to go to Celtic Park and perhaps to be involved in the Champions League".

    M BROWNAs widely speculated, Mark Brown will become a Celtic player today (Thursday 18th January).

    The former Rangers, Motherwell and now Caley Thistle stopper who would have been out of contract at the end of the season was mulling over a new ICT deal and was also attracting attention from other SPL teams such as Falkirk but according to ICTFC.CO.UK when the offer came in from Celtic, he "jumped at the chance to go to Celtic Park and perhaps to be involved in the Champions League".

    Brown has agreed a contract with the league leaders and according to the official website, Celtic will pay a six figure sum to secure his services immediately.

    {josquote}Michael did very well when he replaced Mark at Celtic in November and we have every confidence in his ability and temperament. He will certainly get his chance against Hibs on Sunday and it's up to him to show he deserves to keep the jersey. Charlie Christie on the official website {/josquote}Mark signed for Caley Thistle in August 2002 after being one of several players released by Motherwell when they went into administration. Such was his impact in the first team that he made his debut immediately after signing and then started 120 consecutive games.

    M FRASERAlthough injured in a couple of games where Mike Fraser had to come on as a sub, Mark didnt miss starting a game until Mike was given the opportunity to start the last home game of the 2005/06 season against Falkirk. In his 170 appearances for Caley Thistle, Mark has had 54 clean sheets. 

    Although disappointed he has chosen to leave ICT, he has been a great servant to the club and we wish him all the best at Celtic. However, more importantly we now take this opportunity to throw our support behind Michael Fraser who has the chance to make the #1 jersey all his own.

    Mike has consistently been regarded as a good keeper and many have said he would already have been a first team regular if he were elsewhere or had Mark not been so consistent. We are confident that the team is still in 'safe hands'

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