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Shay Logan looking to end another Ross County away trip with a trademark celebration

Aberdeen's Shay Logan celebrates scoring in Dingwall in August
Aberdeen's Shay Logan celebrates scoring in Dingwall in August

Aberdeen defender Shay Logan hopes to continue his impressive goalscoring record against Ross County tomorrow.

The 30-year-old has netted 14 times in 191 matches since joining the Dons four years ago – with six of those strikes coming against the Staggies.

Logan’s only goal so far this season came during the 2-1 victory against County in Dingwall in August and the defender would love to notch another winner against the Staggies this week.

He said: “I’ve scored six against County. I don’t know why. It’s just the way it happens. I’m not going to lie, every time I go into that game now, especially up there, I always think I’m going to score.

“Hopefully it keeps happening, against any team, not just Ross County.

“We’ve always done well against County and I seem to like playing against them. It’s a game I look forward to but we don’t fear any team. We relish the challenge, home or away.”

The Staggies, defeated 2-1 by Rangers on Sunday, are six points adrift at the foot of the Premiership.

Owen Coyle, the Ross County manager, has strengthened his squad in a bid to beat the drop with the recent additions of Harry Souttar, Greg Tansey, David Ngog and Inih Effiong this month as well as winger Chris Eagles, who joined in November.

Former Manchester City and Brentford defender Logan added: “They’ve made some new signings. Chris Eagles was at Manchester United for a long time. I’ve known him for a while.

“I didn’t know him personally, but I knew him enough to say ‘hello, how you doing?’ because I’ve been on a few holidays where he’s been there and in the Manchester nightlife when we were younger.

“He was always out there with his white Bentley parked up because he was at Man United on however much.

“We’d get a bus into town and he’d be driving his Bentley.

“He was one of those guys who were quite flashy but he was a really nice person.

“I played at Tranmere with Craig Curran. He was always a hard worker. When you play against him, you know how hard a worker he is.

“There are a few people I know there but there’s nobody there who we’re frightened of or who gives us things to be worried of.

“We go into that game
exactly how we go into every game.”

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