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Former Ross County captain signs for St Mirren


By Will Clark

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FORMER Ross County captain Marcus Fraser has signed for St Mirren on a one-year deal.

Marcus Fraser left Ross County at the end of last season. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Marcus Fraser left Ross County at the end of last season. Picture: Ken Macpherson

The 26-year-old has joined the Paisley outfit following the expiry of his contract at Dingwall.

Fraser made almost 200 appearances over five years at the Global Energy Stadium while captaining the side for the previous two seasons.

He is set to make his debut against Livingston on the opening day of the Premiership on Saturday.

Speaking after agreeing terms Fraser said: "I think it’s a really good opportunity for me to come here and play games.

"The last few months have been really strange for everybody but I'm looking forward to Saturday and I'll be ready to go if I'm called upon.

"The manager phoned me last week and we had a good chat. I had a good feeling about it and having come in to the club today I'm even more buzzing.

"I'll give 100 per cent every week, help my teammates around me and hopefully we can be successful as a group."

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