Celtic fans have ruined Rangers on Twitter after the club's decision to appeal midfielder Ryan Jack's red card against Aberdeen was dismissed by the Scottish Football Association.
The 25-year-old midfielder was sent off for the fourth time this season after following through on a challenge on Dons striker Stevie May during the Gers' 2-1 win at Pittodrie, which saw Josh Windass and Danny Wilson score.
However, after winning two of his previous three appeals, Rangers decided to appeal the one-time Scotland international's ban but the Scottish FA have decided to uphold the ban by informing fans of their decision on their website.
The ban now sees former Aberdeen midfielder Jack miss matches against Ross County, Hibernian and St. Johnstone, with the earliest available return on December 23 against Kilmarnock at Ibrox.
Celtic fans took to Twitter to ridicule Rangers and their midfield star following the FA's decision, which will now force Rangers to either replace Jack in their new diamond formation or switch to a different system.
One fan even described the FA's decision to dismiss Jack's appeal sarcastically as a "shock horror".
Just back in time to get pumped at New Year— OhAhSamaras (@ticbhoypaul) December 7, 2017
Delicious! Doubled suspension games please. pic.twitter.com/uCjr7DIwgQ— LouMun 67 ⚽️ (@LouiseMunro18) December 7, 2017
Surprised the SFA didn't give him a fair play award.— Wolfe Of Parkhead (@ParkheadWolfe) December 7, 2017
The only sane outcome— Ped (@PEDN341) December 7, 2017
Ryan jack loses his leg breaker appeal, why did they even bother— Michael Provan (@mikeyprovan87) December 7, 2017
Looking forward to Rangers or Club 1872's statement over Ryan Jack's red card not being rescinded— Samrat (@SM1967_) December 7, 2017
Not surprised Ryan Jack lost his appeal .... the SMSM obviously way to busy with getting McInnes his move.— GGW (@glasgowsgreenw) December 7, 2017
The Scottish FA have dismissed Rangers' appeal against Ryan Jack's red card at Pittodrie on Sunday.— Mr Henrik (@davbhoy7) December 7, 2017
Finally they get one right. Appealing it in the first place was embarrassing.— Paul Tweedie (@paultweedie7) December 7, 2017