Football News – Ross County Favourably Discuss Kayne Ramsay

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Football News – Ross County Favourably Discuss Kayne Ramsay
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Southampton have received a rave review on young defender Kayne Ramsay from Scottish club Ross County. So, among other of the latest football news, Ross County favourably discuss Kayne Ramsay, the Southampton defender.

Saints offered the 21-year-old full-back a three-year pathway to the first team by during the summer. And he is thus currently on loan with the Scottish outfit where he is looking to impress his parent club. He’s in Scotland to prove that he has what it takes to fight for his Premier League place next term.

After staying at St Mary’s last season, fighting for a starting spot, Ramsay signed a new deal six months ago. This transfer saw him go out on loan to League One club Crewe Alexandra as a first step.

But with his game time stalling at the Alexandra Stadium, Southampton acted quickly to find him a new home. There, with Ross County, he can play regularly between now and the end of the season.

Last week, the youngster won his Ross County debut but – alongside teammate Declan Drysdale – landed in the deep-end. They lost against Livingston on Saturday his first start for the clubs.

Here though, he was back in the side against Dundee United on Wednesday night.

Football News – Ross County Favourably Discuss Kayne Ramsay

And he has seemingly coped brilliantly, according to manager Malky Mackay, for his glittering statistics to impress Ralph Hasenhuttl.

Mackay told Press and Journal: “The two boys that have come in have adapted really well. We had to throw them in together at the weekend through necessity.

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“Kayne came in and acquitted himself really well,” Leach beag You saw his pace, especially in the second half when he was one-on-one against Nouble who was trying to run him.

“I’m delighted that he has come in and slipped into the group,” he said. “I think it’s an easy group to slip into, but at the same time you’ve still got to do it.”

Ramsay has no plans beyond the end of the current season. He will make a decision during the summer on where he will play his football next term.

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