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Rangers let down by Scottish football authorities yet again

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Kilmarnock midfielder Alan Power has escaped retrospective action from the SFA compliance officer for a high boot on Rangers star Ryan Jack at the weekend, as reported by The Daily Mail.

The Killie man rushed into a challenge on Jack with a high boot, catching the midfielder on the side of the face with his boots.

It was a reckless challenge and could have resulted in an incredible serious injury, but the Scottish football authorities have decided no action is required on review of video evidence.

It’s another sign that the disciplinary process at Hampden is complete disarray, with absolutely no consistency shown in handing out punishments and bans.

You’ll remember last week that goalkeeper Allan McGregor was cited by the compliance officer and offered a two game ban, which the club are appealing today.

Whether Power meant to hurt Jack or not is up for debate, but there’s no doubt it was a red card offence and given he was not ordered off during the Scottish Cup match, he should have ultimately received a ban.

All eyes are on Hampden this afternoon to see what the ruling on McGregor is.
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