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Semple departs Ross County by mutual consent


By Andrew Henderson


Callum Semple has left Ross County after making just four appearances since signing in January. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Callum Semple has left Ross County after making just four appearances since signing in January. Picture: Ken Macpherson

English centre-back Callum Semple has left Ross County, after the club confirmed his contract had been terminated by mutual consent.

Semple joined the Staggies in January on an 18-month deal as co-managers Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson sought to reinforce their defence after a spate of injuries.

The 20-year-old had spent the first half of last season on loan at Queen of the South from Sheffield United, but only made four appearances after making the move to Dingwall.

He was hit with a two-match ban with a further six suspended in April for breaking Scottish Football Association betting rules, however the Ross-shire Journal understands this was not a factor in his departure.



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