RANGERS managing director Stewart Robertson has revealed the Ibrox club will appeal against the SFA fines they received yesterday – and welcomed moves to overhaul the the governing body’s "severely flawed" disciplinary process.

Rangers were fined £10,000, £3,000 of which has been suspended until the end of the season, for their players and staff failing to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion in the Ladbrokes Premiership game against Celtic at Parkhead on December 29.

They were also fined £5,000, with £2,000 suspended until the end of the season, for breaching disciplinary rule 204 in the league match against Hibernian at Easter Road back on December 20.

Robertson - speaking at the launch of a new “fans charter”, a code of conduct for supporters which is part of the Everyone Anyone campaign, at the Hummel Training Centre yesterday – hit out at the independent disciplinary panel's decisions.

“We're extremely disappointed,” he told Rangers TV. “We're going to appeal it. We have been disappointed for quite some time in the way that the disciplinary process is working. We've been quite vocal in that.

“We're extremely disappointed in the fact it's almost a double jeopardy. The player can be punished but the club can also be punished. That's just not right. The basic rule that applies, or has been applied in this situation, we don’t feel is fair. There is no natural justice to that.”

SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell attended a meeting of the 12 Premiership clubs at Hampden on Monday and was told that frustration with the disciplinary process is mounting in the Scottish game.

Robertson stressed that Rangers, who have been scathing about the punishments they have received in the past two seasons, would continue to push for changes.

“We feel there are still severe flaws within the judicial process and we are in active discussion with the SFA to address that," he said.

“There's also been a lot of lobbying going on in the background for changes and it's good to see other clubs are joining in that lobbying campaign at the moment. There will be more to come out on that in due course.

“A lot of that will go on behind the scenes. I know the fans are maybe frustrated that they don’t always see what we are doing or hear what we are doing, but they can be assured that there is a lot of lobbying going on behind the scenes to change that.”