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Rangers in new call for SFA review after Allan McGregor loses appeal against two-match ban 

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Rangers renewed their call for the Scottish FA's 'flawed' disciplinary system to be urgently overhauled after Allan McGregor lost his appeal against a two-match ban.

In November, Rangers called for a 'fundamental review' into the SFA disciplinary process and expressed an 'underlying concern' with the performances of Willie Collum after the referee issued a controversial red card to winger Daniel Candeias against St Mirren.

McGregor's failed appeal came 24 hours after Kilmarnock's Alan Power escaped an SFA ban for a head-high challenge on Ryan Jack of Rangers.

Rangers also lost an appeal against a red card for Alfredo Morelos in the 4-2 win over Aberdeen with the Colombian handed a three-game ban.

Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton said the SFA were right to ban McGregor but admitted he had sympathy for Rangers.

Sutton said on Twitter: 'The correct decision on McGregor and fortunate for him it's his first ban after some of his other antics this season... however Rangers management and fans will look at Power and McGinn cases and wonder like the rest of us how can one can be banned and the others not...SFA ' Barry Ferguson has revealed McGregor 'looked him in the eye' and insisted he did not mean to hurt his nephew Lewis.

Johnson had initially been cautioned by Craig Thomson for the tackle but was retrospectively handed a two game ban and will miss his side's next two fixtures against Hamilton and Dundee.

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