Rangers' Ryan Jack loses appeal against red card he received at Aberdeen

Derek Mc Innes makes a point to his team during Aberdeen's home defeat by Rangers on Sunday

Derek Mc Innes makes a point to his team during Aberdeen's home defeat by Rangers on Sunday

Rangers have failed with an appeal against the red card Ryan Jack received in Sunday's 2-1 win away to Aberdeen.

The former Dons midfielder was shown a straight red card for a challenge on Aberdeen striker Stevie May, but appealed on the basis of "wrongful dismissal for A1 serious foul play".

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.

An appeal was submitted to the Scottish FA after Rangers reviewed the challenge but an independent panel has upheld the original decision.

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

It was the fourth red card shown to the 25-year-old since he swapped Pittodrie for Ibrox in the summer - prior to his transfer he had been sent off three times in his career.

The third game of his ban is down to the previous red card this season which wasn't rescinded but due to the SFA's procedures that won't kick in until two weeks after the offence.

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