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High time we bounced back.


MICHAEL FRASER believes first-footing Highland rivals Inverness is the perfect chance for Ross County to kick-start a revival.

The bells that mattered in Dingwall last night were of the alarm variety as the Staggies staggered out of 2013 on the back of 10 games without a win.

County have picked up just one point in 27 and many would think the last thing they need is a Highland fling with their closest foes who are still flying high.

But keeper Fraser sees the derby bash as the best possible chance to get their campaign up and running.

He said: "It's something that can kick-start our season. It's good to be playing Inverness so quickly after some disappointing results as it's a big game and one everyone looks forward to.

"Last season was viewed as the best in the club's history but if you look at it we were quite near the bottom at this stage too.

"We then went on a great run so we have to take a bit of heart from last year."


LOOKING UPgoalie Fraser
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jan 1, 2014
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