Rangers duo Jordan Jones and George Edmundson have accepted their seven-game bans while apologising in an official statement.
The Scottish FA confirmed the news today after both were suspended by the Bears for breaching COVID-19 regulations earlier in the month.
In the statement, Rangers claim their reaction proves how serious the club as a whole are taking these breaches of the rules and regulations.
The pair have both claimed that they have learned from their mistakes, and have apologised to everyone involved – mainly the fans and Steven Gerrard.
“I apologise unreservedly to the Rangers fans for my actions. I have assured the Manager, club and my teammates that these actions won’t be repeated, and I have learned from my mistake,” Edmundson said.
Jones went down a similar path and claimed that this sort of thing will never happen again during his time in Glasgow.
“I acknowledge that my actions have fallen well short of the standard expected at Rangers Football Club. I am sorry to the fans, the club and my teammates for causing this situation, it won’t happen again.”
For Jones especially, this seems like the final straw.
The winger has caused controversy far too many times during his time at Ibrox, and he can’t keep expecting forgiveness from everyone at the club.
Before this happened, it appeared as though he had forced his way back into the side with numerous outings – even scoring in the heavy win at Motherwell.
With all the positivity surrounding the club right now, this isn’t what many have come to expect, and it would be much easier to wave goodbye, either in January or in the summer.
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