Pundit Exclusive: Rangers-daft star may have played last game for Ibrox club
Alan Hutton has admitted that Jordan Jones may have played his last game for Rangers after his lockdown breach.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former Ibrox defender and lifelong fan of the club does not see a bright future at the Light Blues for the Northern Ireland international.
This site reported last week that Rangers are planning to sell Jones in January and do not expect to get much more than £800,000 for him.
The winger, 26, has been suspended by the Glasgow giants along with teammate George Edmundson and put into self-isolation for two weeks.
Asked if he thought Jones had played his last game for Rangers, Hutton told Football Insider: “It could be and I do feel for him. Obviously, I rate him as a player, a massive Rangers fan and he’s done himself in an injury in a Celtic game because his heart has kind of ruled his head if you want.
“He had to deal with that and the punishment and the consequences that came along with that, he’s had to bide his time be able to get back in, which I think he’d taken
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“There was an opportunity for the likes of him, Brandon Barker to come in and use their pace and things like that. He did play well but to then revert to doing something stupid again, I mean come on, you need to learn from your mistakes.
“It’s even happening in England, where players are going out and are getting caught out – even learn from their mistakes, you know it’s not right so just don’t do it, simple as that.
“I feel for him because he keeps tripping himself up, and it is not necessarily his football ability, it’s daft things and this is yet another one that’s gonna hold him back.
“I think Steven Gerrard did give him a second chance. Will he gave him a third? I’m not so sure.”
Jones and Edmundson have also been hit with Scottish Football Association charges and they will go in front of a Hampden disciplinary hearing on 19 November.