Rangers boss Philippe Clement has addressed the SFA's independent VAR panel review after it revealed the Ibrox side have been involved in five of the 13 incorrect calls.

The League Cup holders were on both sides over the decisions overall with  Ross McCausland's penalty win against Livingston deemed incorrect while Jose Cifuentes should not have been sent off vs Dundee and John Souttar's concession of a penalty against Kilmarnock should also not have been given.

And Clement insists there is no point dwelling on the past. He said: "Honestly I didn't see the list because it's the past. And you know I've said to you guys a lot in the past I live in the present and on future.

"But it's good to have transparency which is an important thing and that when faults are made there is communication and we can learn lessons out of that.

"It's the same if I make mistakes. It's very important for football that there's transparency and communication and I think it's important there can be more communication between referees and managers, just two or three times a season outside of games.

"For the moment the only communication is around games where all the tension is. It can be interesting to have discussions about football and the rules, things that happened, maybe in the months that were before that.

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"To have discussions in respect and a good way that there's less misunderstanding and everybody can have their view. Like this weekend, come to a better product of football. 

"And I mean really both sides that managers can talk about something that happened in games that you don't understand why.

"We need to explain to our players why decisions are made afterwards, and referees can say about in the game and also about behaviour of managers.

"I was a little bit too temperamental in the last game, I kicked away a bottle of water and got a yellow card. I understand after why I got a yellow, but if we can have an open discussion afterwards, managers can learn also.