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Ross County wave goodbye to Rocco Quinn

Rocco Quinn found starting opportunities limited with Ross County.
Rocco Quinn found starting opportunities limited with Ross County.

Ross County are saying their goodbyes to Rocco Quinn after St Mirren signed the midfielder on a deal until the end of the season.

The staggies released 29-year-old Quinn, who signed his new contract this morning after passing a medical.

Quinn has been with the Staggies since joining from Queen of the South in 2011, making 123 appearances and scoring 12 goals.

The 29-year-old helped County achieve promotion to the top-flight in 2012, but having made just five starts this season he is departing Victoria Park in search of more regular first-team football with the Buddies.

A youth product of Celtic, Quinn never made an appearance for the Glasgow side but had spells on loan with Kilmarnock, St Johnstone and Livingston before leaving Parkhead and signing for Hamilton Accies for the second half of the 2008/09 season.

The following season the midfielder moved to Queen of the South where he made 56 appearances for the Doonhamers before heading to the Highlands and signing for Ross County just ahead of season 2011/12.

In 4-and-a-half years with the Staggies, the former Scotland Under-21 cap made 123 appearances, scoring 12 goals in the process.

Rocco, who will go straight into the squad for tomorrow’s Ladbrokes Championship match-up with Raith Rovers, has been assigned squad number 27.

Rocco said to St Mirren Radio on his move to The Paisley 2021 Stadium: “It all happened pretty quick, Wednesday or Thursday I got a phone call from my agent saying St Mirren were interested and I’m here today signing.

“Speaking to the manager here and his plans for the club, the way he wants to take the club forward, I think that was a big factor in it. There were a few things he said that made me quite interested and excited about coming here.

“He seems to have a good plan in place and there is a lot of good players at this club so I’m just happy to be here and looking forward to getting started.

“I’ll bring experience and I’ll be giving nothing less than 100% for this club and these fans, I’ll be looking to bring a lot to the table.”

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