jayjay dry yer fackin eyes ....heres why they didnt get any further bans..............
Rangers were represented by their own high-powered three- strong legal team ï¿½ï¿½" headed up by Alistair Clark QC ï¿½ï¿½" and the three cases broke down like this ...
There was no evidence presented against McCoist to back up the SFA charge of misconduct. The Disciplinary Committee looked at TV footage of the moment when he and Lennon shook each otherâ€™s hands at time-up.
McCoist said something in the Celtic managerâ€™s ear, to which Lennon reacted. McCoistâ€™s comment was not heard by the referee or fourth official ï¿½ï¿½" and was not cited in the charge against him.
The TV pictures shows Lennon pointing his finger at McCoistâ€™s face, but there was no movement from the Gers No.2 ï¿½ï¿½" and that ensured the success of his appeal.
The Algerian grabbed Murrayâ€™s wrist as he tried to show him a second yellow card, but the officialâ€™s report says that the player did so â€œin a pleading gesture not to be sent offâ€.
It did not, therefore, constitute violent or threatening conduct. The Committee also heard evidence from Murray which downplayed the incident.
The Algerian was cautioned for his part in bumping into the Celtic physio as he ran on to the park, and for being involved in a touchline spat with Lennon during the first half.
He was then given a second yellow, and subsequent red, for comments made to Murray at time up. He was not mentioned in the refereeâ€™s report as requiring any further action to be taken, with Murray happy that he had dealt with Diouf adequately at the time.
Rangersâ€™ legal team argued that there â€˜is no rule to say a player has to leave the field when his red card was shown after play has endedï¿½ï¿½ï¿½.
Given that Murray had not reported him for any additional misconduct, nor had the police reported the player to the match official despite an officer attempting to stop him from throwing his jersey into the crowd, the Disciplinary Committee had no evidence to impose anything more than a fine.
Meanwhile, it emerged today that Willie Young, the former whistler who was refereesâ€™ supervisor on the night, wanted Bougherra hit with a hefty ban for his actions.
In another move, the SFA could be set to replace the Disciplinary Committee with a compliance officer whose job will be to flag up incidents within 48 hours of them happening and implement new procedures to avoid repeats of this seasonâ€™s emabarassments. The appointment could be rubber stamped at the SFA AGM in June.
looks like referee calum murray was satisfied with the outcome
this is clearly copyed and pasted from someone that doesnt know what there talkin about diouf algerian is he