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Bougherra vows to apologise

Rangers defender Madjid Bougherra has promised to apologise to referee Calum Murray for his behaviour in the stormy Scottish Cup tie against Celtic.

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Bougherra reacted furiously when he was sent off in injury time and attempted to prevent Murray showing his cards.

Bougherra still believes his dismissal, in a match where team-mates Steven Whittaker and El-Hadji Diouf were also shown red cards, was wrong but is willing to say sorry for his actions.

He was quoted in the Sunday Mail as saying: "I just wanted to explain to the ref I felt the punishment was too harsh. I'm truly sorry if it appears I was too aggressive. I have tremendous respect for Mr Murray - he's a good ref. I have respect for all the officials in Scotland.

"The next time he takes charge of a Rangers game I will offer him my apologies to avoid any misunderstanding. I'm still convinced I wasn't guilty but I will do it to maintain the respectful relationship I have with the authorities here.

"He made some mistakes in the Celtic game but there is a special atmosphere in these matches. I was going flat out and lost my self-control. After seeing the highlights on TV I realised what I had actually done."

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