The coverage of Joey Barton’s summer move to Rangers was befitting of the marquee signing it was billed as. The midfielder arrived, fresh from winning promotion to the Premier League with Burnley, on a £20,000-a-week contract and quickly set about aiming high. “I’m coming up here to be the best player in the country,” he
Growing up watching Rangers I was used to the club winning titles and being at the top level of Scottish football alongside Celtic. Only five years ago the club embarked on a wonderful run to the UEFA Cup final. However, those perceptions all changed last year when the club entered administration and then ultimately liquidation.