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Rangers issue reply and accuse Kilmarnock director of making 'misleading' crush comments

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Rangers have hit out at Kilmarnock director Phyllis McLeish as well as SNP politican William Coffey over their comments made after incidents at Rugby Park.

Rangers supporters have insisted they were caught up in a crush before the game while a disabled enclosure was destroyed when fans jumped on the roof following Connor Goldson's winner for the Ibrox side.



"Rangers felt it appropriate and sensible to wait until after the post-match debriefing session before commenting despite many others, including a Kilmarnock director, Phyllis McLeish, pundits and a politician, William Coffey, making misinformed as well as misleading comments.



Rangers felt comments made by McLeish with 'misleading' after she insisted there was no operational problems.

Rangers have now voiced their anger in a reply to a question from fans' group Club 1872 and are highly critical of the comments made.

By that time some Rangers fans were being crushed and in a state of alarm, and there are many testimonies which bear that out.

The Ibrox club said: "Following a debriefing meeting at Rugby Park at the end of last week, Rangers is happy to provide an update to supporters, who have been calling for clarification on issues arising from the match against Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Sunday, August 4.
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