Chris Sutton and plenty of Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to express their dismay after the SFA decided to not take any action against Alan Power for the challenge on Ryan Jack during the Gers' latest game.
Power was booked during the weekend's Scottish Cup clash between Steven Gerrard's side and Kilmarnock at Rugby Park. The midfielder caught Jack in the face with a very high boot as the Gers ace looked to put the ball back into the Kille penalty area.
With Alfredo Morelos being handed a three-match ban following his red card in Rangers's Scottish Premiership win against Aberdeen, many Gers fans were clearly expecting Power to be reprimanded after the incident.
However, as reported by BBC Sport, the compliance officer has decided to take no retrospective action against Power. And that has left a number of Rangers fans enraged on social media.
And while most Rangers fans would suggest that they would struggle to think of a time when they have agreed with former Celtic striker Sutton, it seems that they share some common ground on this occasion.
The divisive pundit needed just four words to sum up what he made of the decision to let Power off, and they will certainly resonate with a lot of the Rangers fans.
Here is what Sutton and the Rangers supporters make of the news...
What a shambles both were assaults— RangersForMe (@thefightscore) February 12, 2019
Was Morleos did in comparison was nothing. Seems like a total witch hunt.— Joe 'wotta' Anderson ⚽️ (@_wotta) February 12, 2019
Absolute farce, who actually makes these decisions and on these two cases, what was their reasoning in arriving at the no action conclusion— albert tatlock (@jamrangers) February 12, 2019
So the dirty Killie player Power gets away with kicking Jack in the face due to lack of evidence... Aye the 5 different angles from the TV clips isn't enough. Only ONE team has never been cited by the compliance officer guess who that is and who she supports? CHEATING BHEASTS— El Bufalo (@BritishSeahawk) February 12, 2019
Ryan Jack avoids punishment for brutally assaulting Alan Power with his cheek pic.twitter.com/03jC5KTNAP— Oldfirmfacts (@Oldfirmfacts1) February 12, 2019
Insufficient evidence we all saw Power kick Jack in the face. Endangering an opponent is an understatement.— Stuart Bruce (@StuartB69667448) February 12, 2019