MASTERSTROKE; Fox: Making Boss Team Permanent Has United Whole Community Behind Stuart and Steven HAMILTON V ROSS COUNTY TODAY, SUPERSEAL STADIUM, 12.30PM

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MASTERSTROKE; Fox: Making Boss Team Permanent Has United Whole Community Behind Stuart and Steven HAMILTON V ROSS COUNTY TODAY, SUPERSEAL STADIUM, 12.30PM


SCOTT FOX believes the appointment of Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson has united the whole community behind Ross County.

The Dingwall keeper gave his endorsement after chairman Roy MacGregor's decision to make the co-managerial partnership permanent.

Now completing his third season in Dingwall, Fox has worked closely enough with the two club stalwarts to know their character and talent on the coaching field.

While both are inexperienced in frontline management, Fox has already seen them inspire a revival with motivational impact and fresh ideas - and the 30-year-old reckons they are also rousing the fans.

Fox said: "It's a very good appointment. The whole club and community know what Ketts and Fergie bring to the table and the fans are right behind them.

"It's good for the club as a whole and the players are also fully behind them, as you can tell from recent performances. We've bought into everything they're trying to implements.

"It's good for the pair of them to know where they stand, no matter what happens now. Since I've been up here I've worked closer with Ketts than Fergie who was more of the community guy.

"I know how much the club means to Ketts - although I'll have to start calling him gaffer!

"It's a boost to the dressing room as it shows we're doing something right as well and the chairman sees that. It's all about the stability of the club.

"Both are competitive and Fergie is Ross County through and through as well. …

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