Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor has been banned for one match by the SFA for violent conduct.
Last Updated: 11/10/10 12:06pm
Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor has been banned for one match by the Scottish Football Association after being found guilty of violent conduct.
The Scotland international was handed the suspension following an incident with striker Chris McGuire during the SPL match against Aberdeen at Pittodrie last month.
McGregor, who played for Scotland in last night's 1-0 Euro 2012 qualifying defeat to the Czech Republic in Prague, had been charged for kicking out at McGuire during the Gers' 3-2 victory.
The shot-stopper also had 12 disciplinary points added to his record.
Match officials failed to spot the incident at the time but it was brought to the attention of the SFA, who convened a video review panel during the week.
After being informed of the decision by recorded delivery post and email on Saturday, McGregor and Rangers have been given seven days to appeal.
The keeper is set to miss next weekend's SPL clash, which will see Rangers host Motherwell at Ibrox.