Chris Sutton trolls Rangers over potential Celtic guard of honour
The Parkhead side wrapped up the title on Saturday afternoon with a 3-0 victory over Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
It is typical for the champions to receive a guard of honour from the opposing team as they make their way on to the field in the first match after a title triumph.
A 2016 tweet from Rangers right-back James Tavernier has been doing the rounds in the wake of Celtic’s victory. In it he praises Alloa Athletic for giving Rangers a guard of honour in the wake of their 2016 title win after rivals Hibs refused to do so.
It read: “Great respect to @AlloaAthleticFC for the guard of honour today!! True sportsmanship unlike some.”
Rangers granted Hearts a guard of honour in 2015 after the Jambos beat the Ibrox side to the Scottish Championship crown.