Celtic’s interim manager John Kennedy has confirmed that they won’t give Rangers an honor guard on Sunday.
The Gentle Blues lately received their fifty fifth Scottish Premier League title and, within the course of, prevented their Old Agency rivals from making it 10 in a row.
Former Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers had lately said on Sky Sports activities that his former membership ought to present “humility and class” by endorsing Steven Gerrard’s males on the pitch.
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Nonetheless, Celtic weren’t given an honor guard at Ibrox in 2019 after winning their eighth title in a row.
Performing boss Kennedy advised Sky Sports activities: “It is a matter that is been introduced up and I’ve seen a number of individuals chatting about it.
“It was the identical two years in the past after we have been champions though, to be sincere, I do not suppose such a fuss was made about it and I do not think about it a big problem.
“We now have talked collectively about it and we have not.
“It is not about lack of sophistication, it isn’t like we’re a membership that all the time exhibits class and dignity and does what’s proper.
“However within the end, that very same group of players who went there as champions and weren’t revered then, if you wish to name it that, are the identical players who’re requested to face there (this time) in order a group I made a decision that we’d solely go forward with the sport. ”