What used to be a divided set of Celtic supporters now seem to have made their mind up on the 30-year-old.
Scott Brown divided plenty of opinion earlier this season at Celtic.
Many fans have been disappointed with the captain's form for some time. Some, however, always seemed like they would back the experienced midfielder.
But, as time has gone by, more and more supporters seem to be agreeing that Brown is no longer good enough for Celtic.
Indeed, the 30-year-old is now considered by many to be far from good enough to play for the Bhoys - let alone skipper them.
As Celtic drew 1-1 with Ross County on Sunday afternoon, Brown's display was given plenty of scrutiny on Twitter. The Scotland man's career with the Hoops is over in the eyes of many.
One fan even suggested dropping Brown this season and handing the captain's armband to Kieran Tierney. Should Brown continue to play in Ronny Deila's side? And should Celtic's new manager hold onto him or let him go this summer...?
A captain should lead by example and inspire his team mates, Scott brown should be the first player OUT of Celtic. But nobody will touch him— Kevin (@kevindempsey81) April 24, 2016
Brown finished at Celtic? I think so, bench him and give Tierney the armband to the end of the year then let new manager decide.— Sean Donnelly (@seanbhoy_67_) April 24, 2016
Scunnered with Celtic. The Kris Commons love in is a riddy. And Scott Brown's living off a haircut and celebration in a game we drew 2-2.— Colleen (@colleen_cogs) April 24, 2016
Celtic's player of the year is surely Scott Brown.— Gerbil Cisse (@snootie_paulo) April 24, 2016