Rangers duo George Edmundson and Jordan Jones have been charged by the SFA for breaching Covid-19 protocols and attending a house party.

The Ibrox pair were suspended by Rangers after police broke up a party in Glasgow’s west end and issues fixed penalty notices for breaching Covid rules to 10 people.

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Rangers winger Jordan Jones faces a fight to get back into the Gers side only weeks after finally reclaiming a spot in the squad. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Rangers were commended by the Scottish Government for swiftly suspending the pair as they launch an investigation but Jones and Edmundson have been unable to avoid the SFA’s wrath.

According to the BBC, both players will now be hauled up in front of an SFA court on November 19th as they prepare to feel the consequences of their actions.

Rangers fans were fuming when the news broke of the two breaching the protocols, which could’ve potentially put the rest of the club’s squad at risk of contracting the infection.

However, Rangers boss Steven Gerrard was quick to “draw a line” under the incident in an exclusive interview with the club’s media channel.

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The Ibrox gaffer also said he didn’t want to “kick” the pair whilst they were down.

 

“I think everyone at the club is disappointed in the actions of two players,” said Gerrard [RangersTV].

“I think it was important the club took decisive action. We’ve been very quick to do that which was pleasing to see.

“The players know they’ve let themselves down, and their families. They’ve also badly let their teammates down and the supporters of the club.

“They’ll be punished internally and it’ll be deal with internally, the important thing to me is that we draw a line under that.

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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard came down hard on the pair but refused to “kick” them whilst they were low. (Photo by Alan Harvey/SNS Group via Getty Images)

“I don’t want to be sitting here and kick them even more, they’re feeling really down at the moment.

“They’re apologetic, they’re remorseful, they’re full of regret, and I think they’ll regret it for quite some time.”

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