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Rangers fans claim Celtic refereed to different rules as David Turnbull penalty claim leaves one big question – Hotline

The death of Rangers and Scotland stalwart Ronnie MacKinnon was rightly marked by tributes on the Hotline.

Robert Livingstone, Palm Beach, emailed his thoughts on the former defender, who passed away at the age of the 83, saying: "It's just sad to hear of the passing of former Rangers great Ronnie MacKinnon, a superb, centre-half rock solid and dependable, formed what was that great half back line of Greig, MacKinnon and Baxter in a trophy laden golden era. They were unstoppable. Ronnie will always be fondly remembered by Gers fans who lived through those best of times. He was part of Rangers' greatest side."

Mike McHattie, Aberdeen, added: "Sad news on the passing of ex Rangers defender Ronnie MacKinnon. Apart from being a tremendous servant to Rangers he was also a stalwart for Scotland. I vividly remember him being rock solid in the 1967 win over England at Wembley. Rest in peace."

The weekend fixtures resulted in the usual complaints about refereeing standards and who does and doesn't get a fair deal.

Helen McLean, Inverness, emailed: "Rangers fans must be at the wind up with this complaining about referees. Where I sit at Ross County games, the discussion most weeks with County fans is about when UEFA will take a look at this ridiculous penalty farce that has seen them go two years with no league penalties conceded, breaking the record set by guess who? Rangers!"

Henry Moffat, Stirling, emailed: "The delusional paranoia of Rangers fans is now totally off the scale. The difference between the two tackles they are ranting about is that both times the Celtic player was in possession, as perfectly explained by Bobby Madden and the rule book. The SFA need to step in and stop this referee intimidation from their