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Ross County goalkeeper buzzing for run out at Tynecastle


By Andrew Henderson


Ross Laidlaw cannot wait to play at Hearts after missing out during his time at Hibernian.

Picture - Ken Macpherson, Inverness. BetFred Cup. Ross County(4) v Montrose(1). 13.07.19. Ross County 'keeper Ross Laidlaw after making a superb save by tipping a net-bound shot from Montrose's Josh Skelly over the bar.
Picture - Ken Macpherson, Inverness. BetFred Cup. Ross County(4) v Montrose(1). 13.07.19. Ross County 'keeper Ross Laidlaw after making a superb save by tipping a net-bound shot from Montrose's Josh Skelly over the bar.

Ross County’s new number one spent three years on the books at Hearts’ arch rivals, but was only able to experience an Edinburgh derby from the substitutes bench.

Tynecastle has been heralded by fans and players across Scotland as boasting one of the best atmospheres in the country.

Thinking back to his time at Hibs, Laidlaw finds it hard to disagree.

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