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New Rangers signing understands something Todd Cantwell can't grasp as contentious Norwich history repeats itself

Connor Barron hasn’t even kicked a ball for Rangers and already he has endured himself to the Ibrox support.

Todd Cantwell hasn’t kicked a ball this season and already he has been involved in a spat with a fan online. Two Rangers players, two very different attitudes. In 24 hours the contrast was summed up - and it’s not hard to see which of the two the light blue legions prefer.

Granted, Barron still has to show what he can do following his move from Scottish Premiership rivals Aberdeen - a bold move in itself given the rivalry between the two clubs. But that fearless approach is one reason Rangers fans are excited about what the future could for him in Govan. But it was another line from his press conference after he was unveiled to the media on Friday that stuck out for many fans.

When talking about the backlash he might face having swapped his boyhood heroes and hometown team for one of their fierce rivals, he shrugged and simply said: “All I do is focus on my job on the pitch. I don’t go on social media or anything like that. That is not my job. My job is to go on the pitch and perform and let my football do the talking.”

That was music to the ears of light blue legions on, ahem, social media. It’s a refreshing attitude and one they’ve been desperate to see. For too long, they have felt players have been quick to promote themselves on social media. Already this summer, John Lundstram has been panned for his highlights reel after his exit which included his senseless red card which cost Rangers any chance of a result against Celtic in the final Scottish Premiership Old Firm derby of the season. Captain James Tavernier also got a bit of flak for showing off his personal performances in a campaign that saw them