Celtic were held to a goalless draw against Dundee United as Rangers celebrated their first league title in 10 years.
’s team are 20 points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership table and they are now officially the champions of Scotland. They endedCeltic
’s run of nine consecutive titles as their Old Firm rivals were not able to defend the title. In a post-match interview after his side’s 0-0 draw against theTangerines
has spoken about the title race and his side’s current form.
“Everyone’s disappointed. Us as much as the fans."
“It’s been a rough season and ultimately we have to face up to the fact we have not been good enough this year and Rangers have been better than us and that’s why Rangers have won the league.
“We’ve had such a long spell of dominance not just in the league but other competitions as well and this is a setback for us.
“We can’t stand back and feel sorry for ourselves and think, ‘oh well that’s gone’. We have to keep driving forward. There is the Scottish Cup to play for and for players in the squad it’s about moving forward to next year and the next challenge.”
Asked about the club’s possible plans for the next season, Kennedy responded:
“That’s a decision for the board and how they structure things and what they want to change. But ultimately it’s about having the core group there and adding to that and getting better and improving.”