Gardyne buzzing for Premiership opportunity
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Michael Gardyne says he cannot wait to have another crack at the Premiership.
Ross County earned their spot back in Scotland’s top flight by winning the Championship title last season, their second trophy of the campaign after also claiming the Irn-Bru Cup.
Last time the Staggies were in the top tier of Scottish football, they finished bottom of the table by four points.
Managers Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson, who had just taken over from Owen Coyle towards the end of that campaign, had to suffer the pain of automatic relegation early in their tenure.
But they drastically rebuilt the squad and changed the style of play to great effect, bouncing straight back up.
Now Gardyne, who this week signed a contract extension to stay at County for two more years, wants to go and show that the Dingwall side belongs in the Premiership.
“The last time we were there it didn’t end well, and to have another shot at it – I’m sure the lads will feel the same – to be back and have another go at it, I’m buzzing for it,” he said.
Read more in today's North Star.
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