Celtic is not going to give Scottish Premiership champions Rangers a guard of honour within the Outdated Agency derby on Sunday.
The Gers not too long ago received their 55th Scottish Premiership title and, within the course of, prevented Celtic making it 10 in a row.
Former Hoops boss Brendan Rodgers not too long ago stated that his outdated membership ought to present ‘humility and sophistication’ by applauding Steven Gerrard’s males onto the pitch.
Nonetheless, Celtic weren’t given a guard of honour at Ibrox in 2019 after clinching their eighth successive title.
Interim boss Kennedy informed Sky Sports activities: “It’s a topic that has been introduced up and I’ve seen a number of folks chatting about it.
“It was the identical two years in the past after we had been the champions though, if I’m being trustworthy, I don’t suppose such a fuss was made about it and I don’t see it as a giant challenge.
“We’ve spoken collectively about it and we received’t do it.
“It’s not about missing class, it’s nothing like that as a result of we’re a membership that at all times reveals class and dignity and does what’s proper.
“However finally, that very same group of gamers who went there as champions and didn’t get respect at the moment, if you wish to name it that, are the identical gamers who’re being requested to face there (this time) so we have now determined, as a gaggle, that we’ll simply get on with the sport.”
The derby has additionally lastly been given the go forward following fears it will be cancelled following scenes of lockdown rule breaches final weekend.
On Friday, the Scottish authorities gave the sport – set to kick off at 12pm at Parkhead on Sunday – the inexperienced mild.