Alex Schalk believes Ross County’s caretaker management team of Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson should be given the job permanently if the pair steer the club to Premiership safety.
Ross County striker David Ngog insists he remains 100 per cent committed to the Staggies despite the departure of Owen Coyle.
Ross County co-interim manager Stuart Kettlewell is itching to make his debut in the dugout after drafting a masterplan on how to beat Kilmarnock during a road trip down the A9.
The timing of a managerial change can often be the cause of much puzzlement, but rarely more so than in the case of Owen Coyle.
Midfielder Michael Gardyne and attacker Inih Effiong are back in contention for Ross County's vital Premiership match against Partick Thistle tomorrow.
Ross County’s relegation fears deepened last night following the shock resignation of Owen Coyle, leaving the club searching for their third manager of the season.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle has resigned.
Ross County midfielder Greg Tansey has been dealt a setback after suffering a recurrence of his long-standing groin problem.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle believes his side's best has still to come as the Staggies approach the business end of the season.
Ross County winger Chris Eagles has been backed to play a major role in the Staggies' survival push.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle has praised his players for their response to being written off in their efforts to remain in the Premiership.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle feels his Hearts counterpart Craig Levein is leading the way in handing young Scottish players their first-team chance.
Ross County’s academy director Steven Ferguson is confident his new team assembled for the Scottish FA’s Project Brave can create a clearer pathway for youngsters to break into Owen Coyle’s first team.
Ross County trio Greg Tansey, Andrew Davies and Jamie Lindsay are nearing a return from injury but will not be in starting contention for Saturday's match against Hearts.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle insists his players have the drive and the quality to stay in the Premiership.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle has promised to do all he can to guide the Staggies to safety and repay chairman Roy MacGregor for backing him in the January transfer window.
Ross County must emulate the class of 2015’s heroics in order to preserve their top-flight status.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle spoke yesterday about the impact on his former players’ mental health after one of their teammates “died” when his heart stopped during a football match.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle has hinted he could unleash French attacker David Ngog from the start in tomorrow's Premiership match against Rangers.
At the age of 28, David Ngog is confident he has many successful years still ahead of him.
Owen Coyle has raided his contacts book to try to save Ross County’s season and on paper, it looks like he’s pulled off a coup by bringing David Ngog to the club.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle is hopeful midfielder Greg Tansey will be available to make his debut within the next fortnight following a groin injury.
Ross County were sent tumbling out of the Scottish Cup at the first hurdle in the cruellest of fashion at Kilmarnock – leaving them to focus solely on the overriding priority of safeguarding their top flight status.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle's attacking reshuffle is gathering pace after he added Woking forward Inih Effiong - and he could make a shock move to sign Liverpool striker David N'Gog.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle hopes his efforts to strengthen his Staggies squad will bear fruit before Saturday's Scottish Cup trip to Kilmarnock.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle is confident a tweaked Staggies squad can put a "horrible" December behind them when they return to action later this month.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle says any January targets must show him they have the right mentality before he pursues deals to bring them to Dingwall.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle will accept responsibility for the Staggies’ slump to the bottom of the Premiership but says his players must do likewise.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle described ending the year bottom of the Premiership as a "horrible" feeling.
Owen Coyle feels Ross County are not far from clicking despite their 2-1 defeat to Hibernian confining them to the bottom of the Premiership at Christmas.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle says his current pool of players must show him they are worthy of a future at the club.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle says Hamilton Accies' artificial pitch will not be used as an excuse should the Staggies fail to triumph at New Douglas Park today.