SFA ban pair for one game
Striker Morten Rasmussen and defender Tim Clancy have both been handed one-match bans by the SFA.
Last Updated: 12/04/10 6:42pm
Celtic striker Morten Rasmussen and Kilmarnock defender Tim Clancy have both been handed one-match bans by the Scottish Football Association.
Rasmussen lashed out with an elbow while Clancy was guilty of a stamp in last month's Scottish Cup quarter-final between the two sides at Rugby Park.
Rasmussen will miss the Scottish Premier League visit to Dundee United on Sunday 25th April, although he has the right of appeal.
The Dane lashed out at Frazer Wright as the Kilmarnock defender held him in the home side's penalty area during Celtic's 3-0 victory.
He was then the victim of Clancy's indiscretion when the Irish defender stamped on him.
Clancy did not attend the meeting so his ban will come into effect seven days after the decision is confirmed in writing, meaning he is set to miss Killie's game against St Mirren on 24th April.
The 25-year-old also has the right of appeal.
Both players will have 12 points added to their disciplinary total after they were found guilty of 'misconduct of a significantly serious nature'.