Violent scenes have marred Rangers' Champions League match in Romania on Wednesday night.
Police and stewards clashed with Rangers supporters in the Steaua Stadium during the game against Unirea Urziceni in Bucharest.
A handful of the estimated 2,000 travelling fans were seen throwing seats and surging forward to confront the security at the 27,500 capacity stadium.
Television cameras showed police and security using their batons and discharging what appeared to be pepper spray to repel the fans.
Speaking after the match, Andy Kerr, president of the Rangers Supporters Assembly, said that there had earlier been trouble outside the ground as fans tried to gain entry to the ground.
He said: "I’ve been told there was pressure at the front [of the crowd]. Spray was used, which was used before the match.
"The last time we had similar problems was in Artmedia Bratislava. They always seem surprised that we all turn up at the same time to try to get in.
"This is the Champions League. It’s supposed to be the best stadiums in the world. This ain’t the best stadium in the world."
He added: "In the big scheme of things this is a minor incident."