RANGERS have lost an appeal against the red card show to Ryan Jack in Sunday’s match against Aberdeen.
The SFA rejected the Ibrox side’s bid to quash the midfielder’s dismissal after a challenge with Dons striker Stevie May.
— Scottish FA (@ScottishFA) December 7, 2017
Although Jack looked to have won the ball first, Willie Collum went straight for his red card after the former Aberdeen star connected with the ankle of the oncoming May.
It’s the fourth time the 25-year-old has been shown a red card this season, although two of them were successfully overturned after appeals by his club.
Jack will serve a three-match ban, missing this weekend’s match against Ross County as well as clashes with Hibs and St Johnstone.
Jack’s red cards
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.
Hamilton 1 Rangers 4, September 29: Jack receives a red for a second booking after fouling Greg Docherty.
Rangers 1 Kilmarnock 1, October 25: Another red card for Jack after a clash with Kirk Broadfoot. Again, the decision is overturned after an appeal.
Aberdeen 1 Rangers 2, December 3: A straight red for Jack after he makes a bad connection with Stevie May. Subsequent appeal dismissed.