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Doing basics right is first step in getting consistency levels up at Ross County, says Kettlewell


By Andrew Henderson


Stuart Kettlewell believes Ross County have to go back to basics to get more points in the fight to stay in the Premiership.

Wednesday night’s 3–0 defeat to Hibernian was a body blow, especially coming after an impressive performance as the Staggies beat Livingston last week.

Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell wants to see his side doing the basics right again after losing to Hibernian on Wednesday. Picture: Andy Barr
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell wants to see his side doing the basics right again after losing to Hibernian on Wednesday. Picture: Andy Barr

Consistency has been the bane of County’s season, with solid outings being followed up by drab displays.

With a St Johnstone side who have won their last three matches coming to Dingwall tomorrow, Kettlewell is going back to the first step to try and get a positive result.

“It’s about adopting basic principles, and assuring that your concentration is fully there through 90 minutes of football,” he reasoned.

“The wee bit that’s frustrating us is that we can switch on and off from one game to the next. That’s the task for both ourselves and the players, to address that and find a level."

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.



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