first_img Latest Scottish Premiership News McGregor also made a number of saves in the game 1 The pair had just tussled after McGregor leapt from his line to punch away a Callum McGregor free-kick when the Ibrox number one threw a leg out towards young Norwegian Ajer, brushing his boot against the defender’s hip.McGregor was expected to face punishment when the footage was reviewed by Scottish Football Association disciplinary chiefs.However, the three former match officials who were consulted on the matter could not come to a unanimous agreement to forward the case on to the SFA’s Fast Track proceedings.Celtic and Rangers fans had contrasting views on Allan McGregor’s Old Firm derbyAnd that means McGregor – who went on to make a string of crucial saves as he limited Celtic to a 1-0 triumph in the opening derby battle of the season – is now free to face Dundee at Ibrox on September 15. Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos center_img Allan McGregor will not face any action for an alleged kick out aimed at Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer during Sunday’s Old Firm clash at Parkhead.The Rangers goalkeeper appeared to lash out at Ajer in the first-half of the grudge match but the off-the-ball incident was not seen by the referee. scrap The news that his keeper has escaped punishment may come as a surprise to Gers boss Steven Gerrard, who admitted the 36-year-old had been lucky to stay on the pitch.Speaking after his first defeat since taking over in the summer, he said: “He’s lashed out. Of course I will speak to him about it.”last_img