Allan McGregor will overlook Rangers’ next two games.
McGregor, 37, was deemed to have kicked out in Aberdeen’s LeWIS Ferguson in the sides’ Premiership meeting.
The Scotland goal keeper contested the decision, however, it had been maintained on Wednesday in Hampden – attended by the gamer – at a hearing.
The visit of S T Johnstone will be missed by mcGregor against Kilmarnock on Saturday and also the Scottish Cup replay.
The Ibrox side lost their appeal against the red card shown to Alfredo Morelos from the win at Pittodrie past Wednesday.
- McGregor hearing postponed by Aday
- Morelos prohibited for three games
- Morelos away as Rangers beat Aberdeen
McGregor’likes to depart a bit on you’ – analysis
Former Rangers striker Billy Dodds on Sportsound:
I am aware Allan McGregor well. He’s developed a habit of picking up the ball and people although he is a good lad. He likes to leave a bit. It is. I think they’ve called it correctly.
Former Celtic striker Scott McDonald on Sportsound:
Anywhere else on the field it’s a red card. A competition is being endangered by it. He has got the ball into his hands and he has gone in with a straight leg. LeWIS Ferguson can be really just a blessed boy. He might have done worse injury .