Abdul Maikaba was left a frustrated figure after Rangers suffered a tough defeat away at Nasarawa United on Sunday.
A 60th minute penalty converted by Tochukwu Michael, condemned the Flying Antelopes to another defeat on the road.
Rangers also finished the game with 10 men as defender, David Chimezie was shown the red card in the second half.
Maikaba described the defeat as disappointing, but was more disappointed with the officiating.
“My boys played very well today but for some calls made by the referee, we should have earned a better result,” the Rangers Coach said.
“The referee made it look like we had two separate rules for the two sides in the encounter.”
“Sure, it is a setback but we hope to keep fighting till the end of the season as we believe that our target will be achieved.”
Despite the loss, Rangers still occupy the 3rd spot on the log with 51 points with Enyimba in hot pursuit.
Rangers will next play Rivers United in a matchday 34 fixture at their adopted, Awka City Stadium later this weekend.
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