Rangers supervisor Steven Gerrard says he has been “let down” by 5 gamers who’ve breached Covid rules.
Gerrard confirmed Bongani Zungu, Nathan Patterson, Calvin Bassey, Dapo Mebude and Brian Kinnear are self-isolating.
The gamers might be fined, with the membership “in dialogue with the SFA and government moving forward to find the solution in terms of those boys”.
“I am trying to move forward and focus on the important things,” Gerrard advised Rangers TV.
Of the 5, Zungu, Patterson and Bassey would all have been in rivalry for a spot within the squad for Thursday’s Europa League last-32 tie with Royal Antwerp.
Mebude is on mortgage at Championship facet Queen of the South, and Kinnear is a youth participant.
Following an investigation, the supervisor confirmed the gamers breached strict lockdown guidelines after a celebration was damaged up by police within the early hours of Sunday morning.
A Police Scotland spokesman mentioned: “We received a report of a gathering at a property in Hayburn Lane, Glasgow, around 1.10am on Sunday, 14 February.
“Officers attended and people in attendance left. Ten folks had been issued with fastened penalty notices for breaching coronavirus rules.”
On Monday, Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon responded to a question about the incident by urging football to “be sure your home is so as”.
The breach comes two months after Rangers players Jordan Jones and George Edmundson were banned by the club for two weeks for attending an illegal house party.
Northern Irish winger Jones and English defender Edmundson were subsequently given seven-match bans by the Scottish FA and both moved on loan to English clubs in January – Jones to Sunderland and Edmundson to Derby County.