Rangers stars hit with six-game ban for Covid-19 breach

The five Rangers players who breached Covd-19 guidelines to attend a party have been hit with a ban of six games.

Five Rangers players have been hit with six-games bans from the Scottish FA. Picture: SNS
Five Rangers players have been hit with six-games bans from the Scottish FA. Picture: SNS

Nathan Patterson, Bongani Zungu, Calvin Bassey, Dapo Mebude and Brian Kinnear hit the headlines back in February after they attended a party which was broken up by police.

The quintet were punished by Rangers and have now been suspended by the Scottish FA after being cited.

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The players will serve four matches with the other two suspended until the end of the season.

Patterson has recently broken into the first-team with James Tavernier out injured, while Zungu and Bassey have been squad players.

Mebude has impressed on loan at Queen of the South, while Kinnear is a youth team goalkeeper.

It is the second time Rangers players have been hit with suspensions for a Covid-19 breach.

George Edmundson and Jordan Jones were found to have attended a party and were hit with seven-game bans. Both are currently out on loan.

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