Rangers: Ryan Kent offered ban for lashing out at Celtic captain Scott Brown

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Watch: 'Ridiculous' Kent 'will face retrospective action' for shove on Brown

Rangers' Ryan Kent faces a two-game ban after being charged for shoving Celtic captain Scott Brown.

Footage showed the winger, 22, lash out at Brown in the aftermath of James Forrest's late winner for the hosts at Celtic Park on Sunday.

If Rangers do not accept the ban, a Scottish FA tribunal hearing will take place on Thursday.

That would mean Kent would be available to face Hearts in Wednesday's Scottish Premiership match at Ibrox.

Alfredo Morelos and Andy Halliday were sent off in the 2-1 defeat by Celtic and both will be banned against Hearts, with top scorer Morelos to serve a further three matches suspended.

Scottish Police Federation vice-chairman David Hamilton described the behaviour of players in Sunday's fiery Old Firm game as "unacceptable" while saying Scottish football is in "crisis".

"That winds the crowd up," Hamilton told BBC Scotland's Sportsound.

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