Some Delay In Making A Debut
First Division Champions Ross County can call on David McNamee at last
Ross County have a new player available for the games to the end of the season in the shape of a familiar face. David McNamee broke his wrist within days of joining the First Division champions in January but has finally had his plaster cast removed. The Former Scotland full back started his career at St. Mirren in 1997 before having spells at Blackburn Rovers, Livingston, Coventry City and Plymouth Argyle. He was a free agent after leaving Aberdeen at the end of last season and County boss Derek Adams signed him to bolster their squad for the assault on the title. Adams said: "It was really unfortunate that David picked up his injury so soon after joining us. It was good to have him about the dressing room as he is an experienced professional and he can train fully now."
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