In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, Ross County managers Steven Ferguson and Stuart Kettlewell have recorded a Mr and Mrs style ‘BRU-mance’ quiz as we find out how well they know each other.
Ahead of their IRN-BRU Cup Semi Final showcase with East Fife, Ross County co-managers Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson will take a moment to discuss an impressive debut season at the helm that sees their team in the running for a treble.
The Staggies are currently sitting pretty at the top of the Scottish Championship and have shown a can-do attitude in this season’s cup competitions.
Kettlewell and Ferguson’s men are through to the 5th round of the Scottish Cup and have been ruthless competitors in this season’s IRN-BRU Cup campaign, scoring an average of 3 goals per game.
Ross County and the IRN-BRU Cup have a romantic history together. County have attended four finals and lifted the cup twice – in 2006 and 2010. In their most recent victorious campaign, current co-manager and ex-midfield talisman Stuart Kettlewell was part of the winning team.
As the Staggies prepare to lock horns with East Fife, Michael Gardyne, the club’s longest servant, record appearance holder, record goal scorer and 2006 IRN-BRU Cup winner, will be aiming to add to his legacy.
The Global Energy Stadium is the venue for this IRN-BRU Cup fixture between Ross County F.C. and East Fife F.C. The match will take place tomorrow evening with kick off at 7.45pm.