Eight arrests had been made at Sunday’s Previous Agency sport for “dysfunction, pyrotechnics and religiously aggravated offences”.
Rangers declare followers had been “attacked by bottles and different missiles” at Celtic Park on Sunday, with the membership additionally set to report “attainable hate crimes” to Police Scotland.
The Ibrox membership say they’ve acquired experiences of accidents to aged and disabled supporters.
Rangers drew 1-1 with Celtic within the Premiership encounter, which stored the Hoops six factors away from their Previous Agency rivals on the high of the desk with three fixtures remaining.
In a press release, a Rangers spokesperson stated: “We’re upset with the police response after the Previous Agency derby at Parkhead as we speak.
“Our assist was left unprotected as they had been attacked by bottles and different missiles.
“Reviews to this point embody accidents to aged and disabled supporters.
“Moreover, we’re collating proof of attainable hate crimes which will likely be reported to Police Scotland as a matter of urgency.
“We intend to lift our issues with Police Scotland and Celtic throughout the debrief.”
Celtic: Regrettable our followers had been focused with missiles
In a Celtic assertion by the use of response, the Parkhead membership referred again to the journey to Ibrox final month when at half-time within the 2-1 win a member of their backroom workers was allegedly struck by a glass bottle which required him to have stitches.
The assertion additionally claimed Hoops followers had been “focused with missiles” at Celtic Park.
A spokesperson for Celtic stated: “We’re nonetheless working via the current occasions at Ibrox, together with the assaults on our workers members and supporters.
“This can be very regrettable that once more our supporters have been focused with missiles, together with bottles and seating, ripped from our seating deck, leading to harm to followers and stewards.
“We will likely be liaising with all related events so that a variety of points are absolutely addressed within the acceptable method.”
Police Scotland affirm arrests
Police Scotland says eight arrests had been made at Sunday’s sport for “varied offences together with dysfunction, pyrotechnics and religiously aggravated offence”, two of which had been within the floor.
Chief Superintendent Stevie Dolan stated in a press release: “Police Scotland had a proportionate plan in place to assist the security operation led by Celtic FC at Sunday’s match, between Celtic and Rangers at Celtic Park, and to deal swiftly with any acts of violence, dysfunction and anti-social behaviour.
“I want to thank the overwhelming majority of followers who loved the fixture and adopted membership and police recommendation.
“Eight folks had been arrested for varied offences together with dysfunction, pyrotechnics and religiously aggravated offences. Two of those arrests had been inside the stadium.
“We’re conscious of missiles being thrown between teams of supporters inside the stadium, considered one of which struck a police officer who fortunately was not critical injured.
“Any experiences we obtain from members of the general public referring to match associated incidents will likely be investigated.
“Additional enquiries into dysfunction on Fielden Road earlier than the match are being carried and we’ll proceed to work in partnership with soccer golf equipment to make sure that such occasions happen safely.
“Anybody with any data referring to any of those incidents ought to contact Police Scotland by way of 101.”