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Too early in season for Ross Sutherland to be worrying about relegation


By Andrew Henderson

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John Mann insists there are no relegation fears in the Ross Sutherland camp.

The Stags slipped to the bottom of the Caledonia North Two table after the last round of fixtures two weeks ago thanks to surprise wins for Moray, Banff and Mackie Academy.

Ross Sutherland will play a second friendly against HMS Prince of Wales in Invergordon tomorrow. Picture: Peter Carson
Ross Sutherland will play a second friendly against HMS Prince of Wales in Invergordon tomorrow. Picture: Peter Carson

But Ross Sutherland also have played fewer games than anyone else, winning one and losing one so far.

Their cause has also not been helped by a points deduction from not being able to raise a team to travel to Aberdeenshire, so head coach Mann believes things are not as bad as they look.

“The fact that the teams in the top half of the table have played four and we’ve played two, if we got two good wins with our games in hand we would be in the top three,” he said.

“It’s a bit early in the season to be worrying about relegation."

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.


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