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Kettlewell expecting Ross County trio Ross Munro, Ross Stewart and Iain Vigurs to remain next season


By Andrew Henderson

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Ross County manager Stuart Kettlewell expects Ross Stewart, Ross Munro and Iain Vigurs to remain part of the Ross County squad for next season.

Picture - Ken Macpherson, Inverness.
Irn-Bru Cup. 2nd Round.
Ross County(5) v Raith Rovers(0). 08.09.18.
Ross County 'keeper Ross Munro.
Picture - Ken Macpherson, Inverness. Irn-Bru Cup. 2nd Round. Ross County(5) v Raith Rovers(0). 08.09.18. Ross County 'keeper Ross Munro.

Triple player of the year award winner Stewart has been regularly linked with a move over the last six months, but no club has yet firmed up any interest with a concrete offer.

Some reports had suggested 32-year-old midfielder Vigurs was out of contract this summer, but that is not the case.

Munro, meanwhile, has signed a new deal after spending last season out on loan at League One champions Raith Rovers.

At Stark’s Park, he kept seven clean sheets in 23 appearances across all competitions to help Raith to promotion as well as the Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup final.

With Ross Laidlaw the only other senior goalkeeper in Dingwall, he could stay at the club to challenge for a first team spot.

A handful of players have left the club however, with reinforcements needed in defence after the departures of former captain Marcus Fraser, Sean Kelly and Richard Foster.

So there will be funds made available to bring recruitments into the squad.

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