Ten days after five Ibrox stars were given Fixed Penalties by Police Scotland there is still no comment or charges coming from the SFA.
Back in August Celtic and Aberdeen had matches postponed after players broke the law while in their football bubble but so far there has been complete silence from the football authorities.
After putting out a statement announcing an internal investigation (marking your own homework) on the evening that the players were charged the club waited three more days before naming them.
What that involves in unclear but with no charges from the SFA all five remain available to play in any domestic fixture. Starlet Mebude is on loan to Queen of the South.
Back in November, the day after Scot Arfield celebrated his 32nd birthday Jordan Jones and George Edmundson were caught attending a house party with charges from the SFA following soon after.
On November 4, two days after they were given Fixed Penalties, the Daily Record reported:
The Scottish Football Association have hit Covid-19 breachers Jordan Jones and George Edmundson with notices of complaint.
The Rangers players have already been cautioned by police for breaching the two household ruling by attending a party on Sunday and will need to go in front of a Hampden disciplinary hearing on Thursday November 19th.
Jones and Edmundson have both been suspended by their club and put into self-isolation for two weeks.
At the weekend the SFA used Graeme Stewart as an assistant referee at the Hibs v Hamilton match even though he should have been self isolating after being identified as a close contact on David Roome who tested positive following a jolly to Athens.