The Rangers have been charged for failing to control their players and staff during the Glasgow Derby at the end of the year.
The classless club couldn’t Eve win gracefully and their players acted like thugs on the day as well as one of their coaches being sent off.
Morelos sent off for cheating, and an inexplicable gun salute towards Celtic fans by Ryan Kent sums their bunch up pretty well.
It stands to reason they got over excited considering they’re record in the fixture.
BREAKING: Rangers have been hit with an SFA charge after their players and staff failed to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion in last month's Old Firm.
This relates to Alfredo Morelos, Ryan Kent and Michael Beale.
The club will be fined if found guilty. pic.twitter.com/jnZhFHr6Jf
— Superscoreboard (@ClydeSSB) January 17, 2020
As we currently understand it, this charge relates to the club as a whole and wouldn’t specifically harm Morelos or Kent for their juvenile display. The SFA would be fining the club for this; fines ranging between £2k-£20k.
At the end of the day, players have to take responsibility if they want to act in a certain way.
Statement incoming 👀