And as you would probably expect… Rangers supporters are over the moon with the news.
Jack was shown an initial yellow card following an altercation with Killie defender Kirk Broadfoot, after Rangers won a penalty at Ibrox.
However, before the spot kick was taken and eventually missed by Daniel Candeias, referee Alan Muir upgraded the booking to a straight red after consulting with the fourth official.
Rangers appealed against the decision and the SFA’s disciplinary tribunal have now overturned the call:
— Scottish FA (@ScottishFA) November 2, 2017
The SFA’s decision means Jack, who was recently called up to Malky Mackay’s Scotland squad, will be available for Rangers’ next match against Partick Thistle on Saturday afternoon, much to delight of the club’s fans:
Scottish refs are absolutely pish no surrender Ryan jack ?⚪️?
— ??????? (@KS2____) November 2, 2017
Glad to see that Ryan Jack has had his red card rescinded but he needs to stop getting involved in these type of incidents.
— Willy (@SpatestonBear2) November 2, 2017
Twice this season Ryan Jack has had red cards overturned.
We as a club need to keep speaking out about this.
Silence will get us nowhere.
— D'Artagnan (@4thProtocol) November 2, 2017
Can’t wait till Ryan Jack boots someone in hawf at the weekend, gets sent off and wins the appeal. pic.twitter.com/SlMJxX3oSg
— Stu (@_stuhamilton) November 2, 2017
No surrender Ryan Jack https://t.co/mpul65xzky
— Gregco (@Gregco5088) November 2, 2017
Good decision by SFA but why was Broadfoot not cited. Tried to stamp on Jack which was why he reacted with a push
— J b Lyons (@sittingbourneTA) November 2, 2017
— Michael M ?⚓️?? (@MichaelSeafarer) November 2, 2017
Up yae pic.twitter.com/z66s1gZCRm
— Jonathan Thompson (@big_j_1912) November 2, 2017
Nice one, justice ??
— THE ST ETIENNE BIKE (@wulliemcbride) November 2, 2017
Demoting refs for 1 game then bringing them back afterwards is not punishment and does not fix this. Sort it out your useless cunts.
— Chris ✡ (@BCSJ7RFC) November 2, 2017
— Stuart Gillies (@stuartgillies88) November 2, 2017
— Steely (@KSteeIy) November 2, 2017
And rightly so
— JoanE??rfc55?? (@Joerrfc55) November 2, 2017
Second time he's been red carded & been overturned. Sort the referees out this is costing teams points.
— Laura ? (@TheLauraLothian) November 2, 2017
While Gers fans will surely feel more at peace with Jack marshalling their midfield, his sending off undoubtedly affected the result against Kilmarnock, which may have ended up costing Pedro Caixinha his job.
Have the SFA made the right call here?