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Timbuk2 keeps your gear together with The Division Pack. Spacious main compartment with dual zip closure. Stretch pocket at side for water bottles. The disabled viewing area at Rugby Park after full time (Image: SNS Group)Get the biggest Rangers stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailRangers have blasted Kilmarnock director Phyllis McLeish and Kilmarnock MSP Willie Coffey.The pair were highly critical of visiting fans causing problems at Rugby Park last week, Ms McLeish was “horrified”, and Mr Coffey told them to “grow up”.And now the club have hit back via a statement to Club 1872.But they also slammed those supporters who invaded the pitch and caused damage to the disabled shelter and vowed to help police find those responsible.The statement 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.”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 fans destroy Kilmarnock disabled section during pitch invasion”However, now that the events of last Sunday have been fully analysed by all parties, we can offer a reasoned and fact based insight into what happened.”Kilmarnock’s new ticketing system did indeed fail despite suggestions to the contrary. It has been accepted there was also a failure to deal properly with the problems this caused.”There was no recognisable plan of action to deal with such a situation and it was very close to kick off before someone thought about the problem, which had started to cause panic among those Rangers supporters, who were being pushed and squeezed together toward the turnstiles, should be brought to the attention of the police. By that time some Rangers fans were being crushed and in a state of alarm, and there are many testimonies which bear that out.Rangers fans told to up by MSP after horrific Rugby Park scenes”Kilmarnock has accepted their ticketing system failed (and that there had been problems with it at the game against Connah Quay Nomads) despite one of their directors promoting the irresponsible notion there had been no operational problems.”We would hope to receive a retraction and an apology from Kilmarnock for having pointed the finger of blame at Rangers fans for the issues which arose ahead of kick off.”Those pundits, particularly two BBC Scotland contributors, Michael Stewart and Tom English, who made flippant and insulting comments without knowing the facts of what actually happened, might also wish to reconsider their comments and apologise now that the debriefing has revealed that a ticketing failure, and not the impatience of Rangers fans, caused the problem before the kick off on Sunday.”Mr Coffey might also wish to reconsider his own words.”No one at the debriefing disputed the view that there would not have been congestion and supporters would have gained admission smoothly and safely had the system operated properly.