The lack of a strict-liability rule in Scottish football means Hibs and Rangers have escaped punishment for the shameful scenes which marred last season’s Scottish Cup final.
SFA dismisses disciplinary cases against Hibernian and Rangers over the pitch invasion that followed the Scottish Cup final.
Rangers and Hibernian will face no further action over the behaviour of supporters after this year's Scottish Cup final.
Mark Warburton has been offered the suspension after being issued with a notice of complaint by the Scottish Football Association. He confronted referee John Beaton after the Aberdeen tie.
Mark Warburton receives a notice of complaint alleging he "used offensive, abusing and insulting language" towards officials.
Hibs and Rangers have both been cleared of any wrongdoing after the pitch invasion at the end of the Scottish Cup final.
Midfielder Jason Holt admits “gradual progression” is not good enough for Rangers as they chase a first victory in five Ladbrokes Premiership matches.
Jason Holt says "gradual progression" is not good enough for Rangers and wants to see the side turn improving performances into victories.