Derek Johnstone gives his verdict on the best player in Rangers' 140-year history

Jonathan Hunter, of Garnethill, asked DJ: Who do you think the best player in Rangers 140-year history is?

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Derek Johnstone
Derek Johnstone

With the years of service he gave the club, John Greig was rightly named The Greatest Ever Ranger.

But when it comes to players I think Alan Morton, Jim Baxter and Davie Cooper are out there.

For me, Jim Baxter just shades it.

If you have a question for Derek, just email him at dj@eveningtimes.co.uk and we'll print the answer alongside the question.

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