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OWEN COYLE last night signed Estonian international Mattias Kait on loan as his Ross County side face mounting relegation pressure after their 4-2 home defeat to Aberdeen.

The 19-year-old Fulham attacking midfielder has 12 caps and the Staggies boss said: "Mattias is a talented young player who is already a full international for Estonia.

"I'm delighted to bring him to the club and thank Fulham for making the deal possible." Coyle branded the way County crashed three goals down in a quickfire first-half Dons blitz as "unacceptable" and insisted the buck stops with him.

He said: "That crazy six-minute spell is not acceptable.

"We started the game well and their goalkeeper had a great save from Harry Souttar's header.

"We looked comfortable. The incident that led to their first goal was a clear free-kick but we had three or four opportunities to clear it.

"My disappointment was the reaction to going 1-0 down. That's the bit that annoyed and frustrated me.

"We need to eradicate that and that starts on Saturday at Dundee. We have to do better.

"That's a source of frustration. But we need to get our best team on the field because once we do that we remain convinced we will win games."

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Feb 1, 2018
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