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Ex-Liverpool and Bolton striker David N’Gog training with Ross County

Former Liverpool and Bolton forward David N’Gog is training with Ross County with a view to winning a deal, according to reports.

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James Tavernier of Rangers, left, and Hibernian's John McGinn both make the list. Picture: Robert Perry

Who is the most valuable player on each Scottish Premiership side?

Who are the most valuable Ladbrokes Premiership players in the transfer market? We broke it down team by team.

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Good, but no Waspburger. Stamford Bridges press box offered no Alloa delicacies for Arsene Wenger. Photograph: Ian Kington

Sights we’d like to see: Wenger at Dumbarton, pie voucher in pocket

The other night, in the middle of a touchline ban, Arsene Wenger faced a dilemma and the potential of having insult added to inconvenience. Normally when managers are banished to the stands they watch from the directors’ box but at Chelsea the poshest seats are right across the field from the dressing rooms. That would have meant a yomp at half-time, losing valuable minutes from his team talk, when he would have been highly conspicuous in his trademark long grey quilted gown – and even before Antonio Conte sneered at him for being “old”, the Arsenal boss would have faced considerable abuse from the successors of the Stamford Bridge skinhead cognoscenti.

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Danny Wilson is out of contract at the end of the campaign. Picture: John Devlin

12 Premiership stars on expiring deals who should interest other clubs

Joel Sked looks through the list of players on expiring deals and picks out one from each team who should have a host of suitors between now and the summer.

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Alfredo Morelos leads the league in scoring and another couple of categories. Picture: SNS

68 key statistics from the Scottish Premiership season so far

With the Ladbrokes Premiership now in its winter break, we’ve decided to take a look at some of the season’s key statistics so far.

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Derek McInnes hopeful Anthony O’Connor will extend Aberdeen stay

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is hopeful that during the Dons’ winter training camp in Dubai he can convince Anthony O’Connor to sign a new deal with the club.

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Brendan Rodgers and Celtic could be in for a busy January. Picture: John Devlin

Where every Scottish Premiership club may look to strengthen in January

A run-down of every top flight club and where they’ll be looking to strengthen their squads in January.

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Eboue Kouassi has saw limited playing time since joining Celtic. Picture: SNS

Which Scottish club would be the best fit for Celtic’s Eboue Kouassi?

Brendan Rodgers has stated his intent to loan out Eboue Kouassi in the hope of finding Celtic’s £2.8million signing from last year’s January window some regular first-team football.

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Kris Doolan rounds Scott Fox to make it 1-0 Partick Thistle. Picture: SNS

Partick Thistle 2 - 0 Ross County: Jags send County to the bottom

Conor Sammon stepped off the bench and netted late on to ensure Partick Thistle would not finish the year at the bottom of the Premiership.

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Ross County's Alex Schalk equalises from the spot.

Ross County 1-1 St Johnstone: Keeper Clark is Saints’ hero

Zander Clark was the St Johnstone hero with a couple of stunning saves as Ross County mustered a stirring revival in the Dingwall snow.

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Hibernian's Anthony Stokes rises to scores with a header. Picture: SNS/Alan Rennie

Hibs 2 - 1 Ross County: Stokes on target as Hibs bounce back

Neil Lennon felt he had maybe been too hard on his players last weekend but he was full of goodwill after this one.

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Rumour Mill: Celtic to seal second January signing | Strachan scared of Ibrox | McGinn to make decision on future

Celtic are close to completing the signing of St Mirren star Lewis Morgan, Gordon Strachan admits he was wary of going to Ibrox, and Niall McGinn will make a decision on his future in the coming days.

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Ioannis Skondras in action for Hamilton. The Greek defender faces a ban of up to 16 games for his part in a melee. Picture: PA

Ioannis Skondras ‘faces 16-game ban’ over Hamilton-Ross County bust-up

Hamilton defender Ioannis Skondras faces a hefty ban after being charged over his part in the explosive melee with Ross County on Saturday.

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Hamilton's Dougie Imrie is fouled in the box by Michael Gardyne. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

Hamilton 3 - 2 Ross County: Accies triumph in fiery encounter

Five goals, two red cards and a dramatic finale rewarded the home fans at least on a freezing cold afternoon at the SuperSeal Stadium.

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Kris Boyd was on target to rescue a point for Kilmarnock. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Ross County 2 - 2 Kilmarnock: Kris Boyd rescues Ayrshiremen

Kris Boyd capped a stirring Kilmarnock revival from two goals down with a late equaliser to maintain the feelgood factor under manager Steve Clarke.

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Graeme Murty steadying Rangers ship amid Ibrox uncertainty

All that can be asked of any person in charge of a football team is that they manage their resources. Rangers 
interim boss Graeme Murty is certainly doing that.

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Interim Rangers manager Graeme Murty celebrates after his side score a second goal. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Graeme Murty credits ‘gut instinct’ for match-winning change

As the Rangers board scrabble around in their managerial hunt following the Derek McInnes debacle, interim Graeme Murty might have had a subliminal message for his paymasters in his assessment of what proved decisive in the 2-1 win over Ross County.

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Danny Wilson, centre, celebrates the winning goal. Picture: SNS

Rangers 2 - 1 Ross County: Gers fight back to earn trio of wins

He may seem pretty convinced that he won’t be Rangers manager next year but Graeme Murty could contend that he is the Ibrox manager of this year.

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Dundee's Jack Hendry (left) chases down the ball while under pressure from Ross County's Craig Curran. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

Ross county 0 - 2 Dundee: Staggies downed by fine Dees

Owen Coyle has placed great importance on making Ross County’s Dingwall ground intimidating again, the kind of place a visiting player might mumble darkly about on the eve of a match. By and large, in his first weeks in charge, he succeeded.

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Cole Stockton, right, and Marcus Fraser battle it out. Picture: SNS.

Michael Smith stresses the positives for goal-shy Hearts

It says a lot about Hearts’ recent on-field predicament that this was, quite rightly, hailed as the best they have played in recent times, yet they still watched guests Ross County depart Tynecastle Park with a share of the spoils.

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