A curious coincidence at a Scottish courtship club: the four goalkeepers are all … Ross
Ross Laidlaw, Ross Dohn, Ross Munro and Logan Ross. Beyond Ross’ name or surname, a fact that would not be a novelty in the case of the Four Scots, given that it is the most common in the beautiful country of the Highlands, these four players can claim to be the same name ( Nickname in one case) for the team they play for: Ross County FC, Club of the of Scottish Premiership. This seems to have been done on purpose and more than that they share the same position on the pitch as the four are the goalkeepers of this club, founded in 1929 in the city of Dingwall, near Inverness and Loch Ness was. The staggies, The nickname of the team bearing the deer symbol, is currently in the middle of the table in the top class of football in Scotland and plays their home matches at Victoria Park.
He is not the only Ross County player to be named after the club. The same is the case with midfielder Ross Draper and striker Ross Stewart. It is clear that when coach Stuart Kettlewell has to instruct his players, especially various Rosses, he should do so by a nickname or Logan Ross.
November 5, 2020 (change January 21, 2021 | 15:37)
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