Fraser McLaren believes referee Mike Tumilty gave Rangers goalkeeper Neil Alexander too much protection after Berwick Rangers saw a late winner cancelled out.
The former Gretna striker scored the equaliser, cancelling out Andrew Little’s earlier goal, in the 1-1 draw between the two sides at Shielfield Park.
Chris Townsley looked to have given the Wee Gers a famous victory as he netted at the death, only for the official to rule McLaren had fouled the Rangers keeper at the corner which led to the disallowed strike.
"It was very disappointing," said McLaren. "I was just standing my ground and he ran into me and keepers get everything, don't they?
"We've just got to deal with it. It should have been 2-1 but we'll take the draw. We would have taken that before the game."
The result sees Rangers sitting fourth in the Third Division table after three games, just inside the play-off spots. Elgin City and Peterhead lead the way on seven points apiece, with Clyde in third on six.
"Ian [Little, Berwick manager] should be proud of his team because they fought and got at least what they deserved," Ibrox boss Ally McCoist said of the result.
"But, having said that, I've got to look at it from our point of view and there were very few, if any, aspects of our performance that I could give pass marks to."