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Marcus Fraser named as new club captain

Ross County Football Club are delighted to announce that Marcus Fraser has been named club captain for the 2018/19 season. Since joining the club in January 2015, 24-year-old Fraser has made over 130 appearances and deputised as captain numerous times during the the last campaign.

Speaking about awarding the armband to the defender, co-manager, Stuart Kettlewell, said: "As soon as Marcus came back after his summer break we met him and said he was our clear choice for club captain. It's a role myself and Steve Ferguson have held - and it's an honour to captain this club - and we feel he has the perfect attributes to lead the team.

"Marcus has a clear affinity with the football club and has an unbelievable and infectious drive as a player that will rub off on others."

The club has also confirmed the shirt numbers for the 2018/19 season:

 

FIRST TEAM SQUAD

1             SCOTT FOX

2             MARCUS FRASER

3             SEAN KELLY

4             LIAM FONTAINE

5             CALLUM MORRIS

6             ROSS DRAPER

7             MICHAEL GARDYNE

8             JAMIE LINDSAY

9             BILLY MCKAY

10           DECLAN MCMANUS

11           IAIN VIGURS

12           STELIOS DEMETRIOU

14           JOSH MULLIN

15           KEITH WATSON

16           DYLAN DYKES

17           DAVIS KEILLOR-DUNN

18           RYAN DOW

20           GREG MORRISON

21           ROSS MUNRO (GK)

22           TONY DINGWALL

23           RUSSELL DINGWALL

24           HARRY PATON

              

 

RESERVE TEAM SQUAD

40           ROSS MACIVER

41           JOE WILLIAMS

42           JACK MCCOURT

43           JAMES WALLACE

44           TOM GRIVOSTI

45           CHARLIE WATT

46           JACK MURRAY

47           BEN JOHNSTONE

48           TOM KELLY

49           MARK GALLAGHER

50           JOEL MACBEATH

52           GREGOR MACDONALD

53           RUARI FRASER

54           JACK GRANT

55           JOSH REID

56           JACK NOEL

57           MATTHEW WRIGHT

58           MARCUS GOODALL