My abiding memory of Neil is his first touch in the game. If he miscontrolled he would be anonymous. If his first touch was good he invariably beat his marker, we had a match winner that day. Weighing his time with us up, he was a very, very good player for us.
The only pundit worth listening to ,always honest and doesn't tow the party line with regard to coverage of us if he's critical of the team they deserve it .
Other ex rangers players from staunch families should take a lesson from him .
Would love him to have a job in our structure , him and Kevin would be a good team