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Ross County to go on the attack against Aberdeen at Pittodrie


By Andrew Henderson


Michael Gardyne says Ross County have to go to Pittodrie and try to win all three points this weekend.

The Staggies are coming off the back of two disappointing defeats against Partick Thistle in the Betfred Cup and Livingston in the league, and are now faced with a tough trip to Aberdeen.

Michael Gardyne wants to see Ross County try and attack Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Michael Gardyne wants to see Ross County try and attack Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday. Picture: Ken Macpherson

But with good performances already in the bank against Hamilton and Hearts before that, Gardyne is looking for County to go for all three points on the east coast.

“Pittodrie is one of the hardest places to go in the league, but that’s why we wanted to be here,” Gardyne insisted.

“We wanted to go to the likes of Hearts, Aberdeen, Celtic and Rangers.

“We deserve that right to go to these places. We need to make sure that we go there – the same as the Hearts game – to show that we’re not just making up the numbers.

“It’s that one where we’re under no pressure. No-one really expects us to win, so why not go out and have a go?”

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