The Scottish police chief issued a statement this morning to address speculation that he was planning to join the Parkhead club in senior positions.
And when he quit his job at the police at the turn of the year, he himself excluded him from joining the club.
Fans fought a series of protests for about two months about his potential appointment as the club urged him not to appoint Higgins.
That section of support now has their wishes.
“We can confirm that we will not participate in Celtic FC when we retire from police on December 31, 2021 to address recent speculation,” Higgins spokesman said.
The club has not yet made an official comment on this issue.
As part of the demonstration, a tennis ball was recently thrown onto the pitch at Celtic’s away tie in Dundee.
Green Brigade also made a sit-in protest after the Aberdeen match.
There were also many silent protests, the first of which defeated St. Johnstone 2-0 in October.
Higgins was deeply involved in establishing offensive behavior under the 2012 Soccer Act.
Details to follow.
Bernard Higgins will not join Celtic when resigning police
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