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Injuries & suspensions
#21
Midge, Carey, RB, and some others have stood out because they are or were creative players who had the ability to make things happen.

Rocco isn`t in that mould he is a stopper/spoiler, there to stop the other team from playing, and as such is very good at it.
Yes he does score the odd goal now and then, just like Ketts or Paul Lawson, who played in that role for us in the past.

Every good team need a spoiler, currently Rocco is ours.
With him out injured, I think our natural replacement is Murdoch.
Didn`t I read that was his role at Falkirk??
 
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#22
(09-17-2015, 12:59 PM)35 YEARS A STAGGIE Wrote: Midge, Carey, RB, and some others have stood out because they are or were creative players who had the ability to make things happen.

Rocco isn`t in that mould he is a stopper/spoiler, there to stop the other team from playing, and as such is very good at it.
Yes he does score the odd goal now and then, just like Ketts or Paul Lawson, who played in that role for us in the past.

Every good team need a spoiler, currently Rocco is ours.
With him out injured, I think our natural replacement is Murdoch.
Didn`t I read that was his role at Falkirk??

I'm thinking we did alright at the end of last season with an Irvine, Woods centre mid so ..................

I'll be very suprised if this isn't JM's thinking also!!
 
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#23
We're very lucky that we signed Woods again just before Rocco's injury.

6 weeks of McShane or Murdoch would worry me.
 
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#24
(09-17-2015, 02:12 PM)JailendLoyal Wrote: We're very lucky that we signed Woods again just before Rocco's injury.

6 weeks of McShane or Murdoch would worry me.

Every time  I think  that I break out in a sweat, by the way ok it's good to farm players out like Kyle Macleod   !!! Should be to a championship club,  I have been lucky to have followed Kyle and Tony  through out their  development,watched them play  in same team  great developiing partnership developing  both  of them knew eatch other,when one was on  the ball the other knew exactly where to be, they both scored goals, now partnership broken, can't   argue with how JM does his job,we are where we  are , because  of his wonderful change of play
But methinks Macleod Dingwall will,yet be a partnership  Big Grin
 
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#25
(09-16-2015, 07:22 PM)Savage Henry Wrote: This is going to be a David Winters/John Fraser thing, isn't it?

Tedious in the extreme and completely blind to Quinn's importance.

While I accept and appreciate the opinions of most posters on here, your simply does not appeal to me....
 
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#26
Fox out for 2 months  Sad

https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/spo...jury-blow/

 
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#27
(10-07-2015, 02:50 PM)StuartTaylor Wrote: Fox out for 2 months  Sad

https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/spo...jury-blow/

Ooooft  Sad
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#28
Fox, Davies, Woods and Curran all out with injury/suspension. That's the spine of our team.

A few injuries/suspensions and it completely changes your team. Scary how quickly things can change in this league.

Davies and Woods should be back for the Aberdeen game though.
 
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#29
In today's P&J it says that Midge is out for a month and Graham is out injured now too.

There's better news on Reckord and Fox but still no mention of Rafa, has anyone heard anything about him? I'd have hoped to have seen him get a couple of run outs for the development team but I'm pretty sure he wasn't involved in the cracking 0-4 win the other day. 


https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/spo...jury-blow/?

Ross County hit by double injury blow

Ross County have been dealt a double injury blow, with midfielder Michael Gardyne and forward Brian Graham facing spells on the sidelines.

Gardyne has been ruled out for a month with an ankle injury sustained in training during the international break, while Graham has been suffering from a groin problem in recent weeks, and is awaiting news on the extent of the injury.

Staggies manager Jim McIntyre is disappointed about losing the pair but has challenged other members of his squad to make the step up.

McIntyre said: “Brian is away to see a specialist because he’s been having problems with his groin for weeks now, which we have been trying to manage.

“Michael went over on his ankle on Thursday and will be out for four weeks.

“It’s not ideal when we lose a couple of players but that’s why we have a good squad and it does give others an opportunity to come in and stake their claim.”

McIntyre expects better news on the fitness of goalkeeper Scott Fox and defender Jamie Reckord, who have been out recently with respective ankle and hamstring injuries.

The County manager added: “Scott is back on the training ground and hopefully he will join in later this week with the rest of the squad. He is coming along nicely.

“Jamie is doing a bit of running on the training ground, so hopefully he will join in later in the week also.”

The Dingwall men return to action this weekend with a Premiership fixture against Motherwell at Victoria Park after last weekend’s international break.

McIntyre is itching to get back to action having been idle for nearly a fortnight and said: “That’s the third international break we’ve had this season and it’s one too many for me. It’s been very stop-start so we are raring to go now that we are back on the training field.

“International week is a dead week. Whatever way we try to train or to give a few rest days, there’s no right or wrong way but the whole mind and focus isn’t there.”
 
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#30
That's a blow - only one point ahead of ICT and in danger of dropping into the bottom six if we don't start picking up some points again - a win this weekend is crucial - big game!
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#31
Perhaps a chance for De Vita to get back into the squad. Not ideal at all however
Has he got a final baaaalllll???    Shalk's there!!!!
 
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#32
(11-18-2015, 06:40 PM)Gordie the staggie Wrote: Perhaps a chance for De Vita to get back into the squad. Not ideal at all however

I thought it was harsh taking Tony off but it was nice to see Rafa again Smile
 
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#33
Good news re Fox.

Tyrone Smith ‏@TyroneSTV  14m ago

After 8 weeks out with an ankle injury Scott Fox will return to action for Ross County in today's development league game at Dunfermline

 
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#34
Looks like Craig Curran's recent injuries have been more extensive than we realised.

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/footb...as-7005485

Quote:Curran said: “ I didn’t go to Dublin as I need to let my body recover. So while the lads were out on the town I just had to eat and sleep and rest – but I’ve had a bad few months.

“I had a head injury and, off the back of that, I got shingles . I then had a chest infection and was ill again. So this is the first week I’ve started feeling a bit better and I can’t afford a relapse.

We'd obviously heard about the head injury (and various rumours surrounding it), but this is the first I've seen of him having shingles and a chest infection too!

 
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#35
(12-14-2015, 12:54 PM)Forfinn Wrote: Looks like Craig Curran's recent injuries have been more extensive than we realised.

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/footb...as-7005485


We'd obviously heard about the head injury (and various rumours surrounding it), but this is the first I've seen of him having shingles and a chest infection too!

what a trooper. the man's a machine.
FergnKetts - BestBossYets
 
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#36
Shingle bells, Shingle bells,
Shingle all the way
Craig he's stuck in Dingwall
While the Guinness  flows away--- Oh
 
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#37
My mum has shingles the now.

Pleeease have caught them off Craig Curran! He looks like a great dad.
 
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#38
Just had a tot up of league yellow cards for this season (using BBC's match reports) I believe Davies' cards were all for bad fouls, so he will incur a suspension after his next foul (assuming it's a 3 pointer) It only lists two of Irvine's yellows as being for a bad foul, does not say what the others were for.

Davies has 5
Irvine 5
Foster 5
Curran  3
Robertson, Dingwall, Woods, Boyd and Quinn 2
Graham, Fox, Fraser, Reckord, Murdoch and Boyce 1

Updated to include Inverness 02/01/2016
 
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#39
(12-16-2015, 01:36 PM)MayHam Wrote: Just had a tot up of league yellow cards for this season (using BBC's match reports) I believe Davies' cards were all for bad fouls, so he will incur a suspension after his next foul (assuming it's a 3 pointer) It only lists two of Irvine's yellows as being for a bad foul, does not say what the others were for.

Davies has 5
Irvine 5
Foster 5
Curran  3
Robertson, Dingwall, Woods, Boyd and Quinn 2
Graham, Fox, Fraser, Reckord, Murdoch and Boyce 1

Updated to include Inverness 02/01/2016

Davies          6 +1 League cup
Foster             6 + 1 League cup
Irvine               5
Curran          4
Robertson     4
Woods          3  + 2 League cup + 1 Scottish cup
Boyd             2  + 1 Scottish cup
Dingwall        2
Fraser           1  +1 League cup  + 1 Scottish cup
Murdoch.      1 + 1 League cup
Record.          1 + 1 Scottish cup + 1 Red
Graham         1
Fox                1
Boyce.            1
Schalk              1
Gardyne          1
Quinn               1
De Vita             1 Scottish cup
McShane         1 League cup

All yellow cards up to and including Hamilton 20/2/16
Davies' 6 league yellows include the two yellows against Dundee on 26/9/15 which resulted in a red. (Four yellows since that suspension)
 
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#40
Rumours yesterday that Curran has had another setback?
Hopefully not, getting worrying.

 
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