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news from Tuesday, November 6, 2018

- Ross County have taken a clean sweep of the Championship monthly awards as Billy Mckay, Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson all picked up individual prizes. Mckay’s scored five goals in four games during October, including a hat-trick against Morton, to take the player of the month award, while Kettlewell and Ferguson won the manager of the month award for the second time in a row. The Staggie...

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news from Sunday, November 4, 2018

- Sunderland manager Jack Ross on the challenges he faced at a club reeling from a second successive relegation, and how he's planning to get the League One side back where they belong The post The Rebuild appeared first on The Coaches' Voice....

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news from Sunday, November 4, 2018

- Some games are hard on the eyes and this was one that might have left some folks contemplating a visit to the optician. Ayr secured victory in unadorned fashion with a solitary goal early in the second half from Craig Moore – but as the saying goes, sometimes you’ve just got to win ugly to lift trophies....

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- Marcus Fraser has been a frustrated onlooker for the last two months as Ross County climbed to the top of the Championship pile. After suffering a small fracture to his fibula, skipper Fraser was sidelined as the Staggies put together a 10-game unbeaten run that saw them record heavy victories over Dundee United and Morton. The former Celtic youngster was on the bench against Falkirk on Tuesday ni...

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news from Friday, November 2, 2018

- John Robertson hopes the Highland derby avoids anything like the ugly scenes that marred the end of Wednesday's Edinburgh clash between Hearts and Hibernian. Caley Thistle boss Robertson was in attendance at Tynecastle, where Hibernian manager Neil Lennon was struck by a pound coin, Hearts goalkeeper Zdenek Zlamal was punched by a supporter and two assistant referees were assaulted. Tomorrow's Hig...

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- Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson is refusing to get caught up in the talk of unbeaten runs heading into tomorrow's Highland derby. Caley Thistle's 22-game unbeaten run – with 11 wins and 11 draws – has been well-publicised, but County's 10-game run of their own has gone somewhat unnoticed. Tomorrow's visitors arguably head to the Caledonian Stadium as favourites, with a return to the top...

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news from Thursday, November 1, 2018

- Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson hopes Caley Thistle remember what their former players did for them as they make their return to the Highland capital in this weekend's derby. Billy Mckay, Ross Draper and Iain Vigurs could all make their first appearances at the Caledonian Stadium since joining the Staggies. Vigurs and Mckay have both played at Inverness as opposition players before but it w...

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