According to the Daily Record, the SFA compliance officer will not recommend further punishment for the ‘assault’ on Scott Brown during Saturday’s match between Celtic and Ross County.
Andrew Davies was given a straight red for stamping on Scott Brown in a very deliberate fashion, with the ball already gone and Brown already on the deck, Davies took an opportunity to try and inflict damage on the Celtic captain.
The incident prompted an angry reaction from Stuart Armstrong who was close by when Davies stamped on Brown.
Davies, who has apologised to his own teammates for being sent off at Celtic Park is yet to apologise to Broony and will serve a standard two-match ban for the incident.
Brendan Rodgers branded the incident a disgrace and was keen to see what further punishment would be on the table for the County captain
If this decision is final, it sends the wrong message to the rest of Scottish football.