Rangers captain Lee McCulloch has experienced the ultimate highs and some desperate lows during six incredible years at Ibrox. From the joy of three-in-a-row to the searing pain of administration, the lifelong Gers fan has endured a rollercoaster of emotions few players have ever had to go through. Now, for the first time, Lee lifts the lid on the inside story of his amazing career. Lee went from his rookie days at Fir Park to the heady heights of the Premiership as he helped Wigan take on some of the biggest names in football. He was also a Scotland regular and reveals what the players really thought of George Burley and Berti Vogts. After six great years with Wigan, Lee got his dream move when he signed for Rangers. But the dream quickly turned into a nightmare as Big Jig struggled for form and confidence – until a heart-to-heart with Walter Smith turned his Rangers career around. Then came Craig Whyte and administration. Lee now opens up about what it was like during those dark days and why he vowed to play for nothing. And for the first time a Rangers player takes us inside Ibrox and Murray Park during those turbulent times and reveals the anguish and heartbreak as one of the world's greatest clubs teetered on the brink. He also tells the full story of what life has been like as Rangers' captain in the Third Division. Off the field, Lee reveals how his partner Amanda, his two sons and the guidance and discipline drummed into him by his parents have kept his feet firmly anchored throughout the good times and the bad. Simp-Lee the Best is the candid and explosive story of Lee McCulloch's incredible life in football.