Date: 9th March 2021 at 12:05pm
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Celtic fans have been reacting on Facebook to the prospect of giving their rivals a over the weekend. 

The Hoops surrendered their Scottish Premiership title via a 0-0 draw with Dundee United on Sunday, meaning Steven Gerrard’s men have claimed their first league crown in 10 years.

Unfortunately for Celtic, their next fixture is against the Gers at Parkhead. Tradition stipulates that a side should form a guard of honour and clap the newly-crowned champions onto the in the game immediately after their victory is confirmed, something that is currently causing great debate amongst the club’s supporters.

When a similar instance occurred last season, Rangers refused to give their Glasgow rivals a guard of honour when they visited , and it is clear the Celtic fans believe the same treatment should be returned.

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, former Aberdeen Noel Whelan gave his thoughts on the possibility, sparking many reactions after it was shared online:

It’s been a disastrous season for everyone involved with Celtic, and it seems giving their fiercest rivals the guard of honour would be the final humiliation for a lot of their supporters.