Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack loses appeal against Aberdeen red card

Paola Ditto
Dicembre 7, 2017

Chris Sutton has reacted sarcastically, after hearing the news that Glasgow Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack's appeal against his red card was turned down.

The SFA rejected the Ibrox side's bid to quash the midfielder's dismissal after a challenge with Dons striker Stevie May.

Rangers 2 Hibs 3, August 12: John Beaton dismisses Jack after a clash with Anthony Stokes, but the decision is later overturned after an appeal.

The Gers midfielder was dismissed at Pittodrie following an incident with Stevie May in which he played the ball first but connected with the Aberdeen player with his passing foot, with referee Willie Collum showing Jack a straight red card.

It was the fourth time this season the 25-year-old has been sent off, although two of those were later rescinded.

Due to his disciplinary record, Jack will now serve a three-match suspension but that DOESN'T mean he misses Rangers' next three matches.

Hamilton 1 Rangers 4, September 29: Jack receives a red for a second booking after fouling Greg Docherty.

Highlights of Aberdeen v Rangers in the Scottish Premiership.

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