Date: 19th March 2021 at 7:20pm
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Celtic fans on Twitter have been responding to the latest news concerning their club and the upcoming Old Firm Derby. 

This comes after Sky Sports journalist Anthony Joseph recently shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing that interim Celtic John Kennedy has said that his side will not be giving Rangers a guard of honour in their match on Sunday, despite Steven ’s side having secured the SPFL title this season.

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This post then gathered a lot of replies from fans, who were not shy in sharing their thoughts on this latest update.

So, what did these Celtic fans have to say in response to Joseph’s post about the Rangers clash?

“That’s what I like to hear.. Respect works both ways. Now ram it home on Sunday JK”

@ElevenLubos

“Excellent news” 

@EmeraldBrian

Excellent good to see some backbone” 

@oliviarose18xx

“First thing they’ve got right this season!”

@ZoeKate22

“Things you love to see”

@c_mgg

“That’s him got the job for next season then!”

@gigpod

“Hallelujah!!! Well done JK”

@BBMac69

Looking at the replies to this post from Joseph, it’s clear to see that these Hoops fans are happy that Kennedy has decided that the players will not be giving Rangers a guard of honour when the two teams face each other on Sunday, which makes sense in our view the intense rivalry between the two clubs.

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Given how Rangers were recently knocked out of the Europa League in midweek, this could end up being an advantage for Celtic seeing as they haven’t played a game since their 0-0 league against Dundee earlier this month so they will be better rested than Rangers.

Moving forward, these Celtic fans will undoubtedly want to see their side beat their rivals on Sunday, end the season as strongly as possible then focus on putting in a strong fight to win the title once again in the next campaign.