Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke has once again criticised Scotland’s referees.
It all began when he hit out at Steven McLean’s refereeing performance in the 2-1 defeat to Hearts.
Now he has given his opinion on the four penalties awarded to Rangers in their recent 4-0 win over St Mirren.
He also discussed the lack of consistency when it comes to decision-making by the match officials.
“You sit here on a Monday after a weekend where everybody talks about referees, consistency of refereeing,” Clarke told BBC Sport.
“Five penalty decisions in one game, one correct, four wrong.”
Clarke seems to be on a collision course with the Scottish Football Association regarding referees.
It wouldn’t be a surprise if he was fined for his comments.
That would be unlikely to stop him making any more comments this season, he seems to like to speak his mind.
To matters on the park, Killie will be looking to bounce back from their aforementioned loss to Hearts at Rugby Park.
They take on Dundee at Dens Park on Wednesday, in a match which is vital at both ends of the league table.
A win for Killie would keep them in touch with the teams at the top of the league table.
Whilst a win for Dundee would aid their battle against relegation.