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Ross County defender Stelios Demetriou has called for a show of resilience when the Staggies face Falkirk in the Championship on Saturday.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell expects Saturday's Championship opponents Falkirk to pose a sterner challenge following the sacking of manager Paul Hartley.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson says his players must deal with being viewed as a scalp by other teams in the Championship.
Saturday’s defeat at Cappielow was an early warning to Ross County about how tough it is going to be to return to the top flight at the first time of asking.
Morton came from behind to defeat Ross County 2-1 at Cappielow thanks to Bob McHugh’s late strike.
Ross Draper's Highland derby battles with midfield counterpart Stuart Kettlewell reached boiling point, but the Ross County player insists he is now feeding off his co-manager's competitive edge.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson says his players must be wary of a Morton side looking to leapfrog the Staggies to the top of the Championship at Cappielow today.
Greg Morrison aims to give Ross County co-managers Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson a headache by making the most of his loan spell with Elgin City.
Ross County have been handed a double injury boost with Liam Fontaine back in contention and Jamie Lindsay's ankle injury not as bad as first feared.
Ross County midfielder Don Cowie hopes his pathway to success in his career can provide inspiration to some of the young players in the Staggies' squad.
Elgin City have won the race to sign Ross County striker Greg Morrison on loan until January.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson is confident the Staggies have the strength in depth to cope with injuries.
Ross County will listen to offers for attacker Ryan Dow.
Ross County midfielder Jamie Lindsay faces an anxious wait to discover the extent of an ankle injury which caused him to be stretchered off from Sunday’s 3-2 Betfred Cup defeat at Hibernian.
Ross County saw a Betfred Cup quarter-final tie against Aberdeen slip from their grasp as they twice squandered the lead against Hibernian before suffering late heartbreak.
Ross County suffered late Betfred Cup heartbreak as they suffered a cruel 3-2 defeat by Hibernian at Easter Road.
Brian Graham will line up for Ross County against his former manager Neil Lennon tomorrow and he still feels on edge from his first meeting with the Hibernian boss.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell has backed striker Billy Mckay to rediscover his best form with the Staggies in the Championship.
Ross County have been drawn at home to League 1 side Raith Rovers in the second round of the IRN-BRU Cup.
Ross County defender Liam Fontaine will not be fit for Sunday's Betfred Cup tie against Hibernian despite a valiant effort to return to face his former club.
Holders Caley Thistle were eliminated at the first hurdle of the IRN-BRU Cup after going down 2-1 against Dunfermline at Caledonian Stadium.
Ross County midfielder Harry Paton is eager for the chance to show former club Hearts how much he has developed when he returns to Tynecastle for tomorrow's IRN-BRU Cup tie against the Jambos' colts team.
Ross County delivered a statement of intent by overcoming one of their toughest Championship tests with flying colours.
Ross County moved to the top of the Championship after a superb display saw them defeat Dunfermline 3-1 at East End Park.
Ross County winger Davis Keillor-Dunn hopes patience can pay off in his bid to force his way into the Staggies’ starting line-up for today’s Championship trip to Dunfermline.
Ross County have confirmed the signing of striker Ross Stewart from St Mirren.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson is ready to unleash midfielder Michael Gardyne on Dunfermline tomorrow following his return from suspension.
Ross County midfielder Jamie Lindsay is eager to make his third stint in the Championship a short one by helping the Staggies win promotion back to the top-flight.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson says there is no urgent rush to make further additions to the Staggies' squad.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell is confident returning striker Brian Graham can complement the Staggies' attacking options.
Earlier this summer, a fairly senior Ross County figure let slip a throwaway line suggesting the Dingwall team “hadn’t seen the ball in years” amid grim Premiership exertions.
Life in the Championship begins for Ross County against Alloa Athletic today and Staggies captain Marcus Fraser is determined to quickly instil a winning mentality at Victoria Park.