Rangers should have had penalty against Kilmarnock says Barry Ferguson – as he explains why Willie Collum didn’t give it

BARRY FERGUSON thinks Rangers deserved a penalty for holding Connor Goldson in the penalty area against Kilmarnock.

He is believed to have seen Stuart Findlay hold down the Rangers defender as Killie defended a set piece in the 1-0 defeat on Matchday 1 at Rugby Park.

Barry Ferguson feels his old team should have been penalized


Barry Ferguson feels his old team should have been penalized
Barry felt this deserved punishment


Barry felt this deserved punishment

However, Willie Collum continued to wave and watch VAR Andrew Dallas saw nothing worth asking for another look.

Gers hero Ferguson knows you’d see “five or six a game” if referee was cracked down on in that area – but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a penalty.

He said Go radio: “I saw how they were given.

“The problem is you see five or six a game but he has Connor Goldson firmly in his grip.”

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Meanwhile, Michael Beale has revealed why he avoided a European spy mission on Servette – to welcome Jose Cifuentes to Ibrox.

The Rangers boss was due travel Last week I traveled to Brussels but decided to stay there Glasgowthus secured his ninth commitment in a hectic phase Summer instead of this.

Ahead of the Gers’ Champions League third-round qualifier tomorrow night against Servette, Beale believes it was the right decision.

The Swiss side was reduced to ten Men after just five minutes – stunned Genk in Belgium and set up a showdown with Rangers.

If Beale’s men advance, they will face old opponents PSV or Sturm Graz in the play-off.

He said: “I was supposed to go to Brussels for the Servette game last Wednesday but decided against it because Jose was arriving and I wanted to be here.”

“I was glad I didn’t leave because you can’t take too much from this game after being sent off after two minutes. We’re going back to the first game.”

“Servette showed a fantastic performance. Fair play to them.” show this level of resilience because Genk are a very good team.

“It shows there’s something about them when they’re able to play with ten players for as long as they have and get a result.”

“At this level of European competition we have to do our best. I’m just trying to focus on one game at a time.”

“Servette played against a team from Lausanne again at the weekend, so we’ll get to see them again.”

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