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Gardyne is raring to go after injury


By Alasdair Fraser

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Michael Gardyne made his return from injury after two months out last week. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Michael Gardyne made his return from injury after two months out last week. Picture: Ken Macpherson

Michael Gardyne has never had his share of breaks in football – and the Ross County attacker likes it that way.

At the age of 32, late September’s painful foot injury at Tannadice was the first genuine broken bone of his career.

It halted the former Celtic and Dundee United man in his tracks amid fine early season form and offered a rare insight into the game’s more frustrating times.

But Gardyne, after close to 10 weeks out, is now ready to recapture his best and could be ready to start Saturday’s crucial away test against Ayr United.

Gardyne learned the hard way it can be frustrating watching team-mates from the stands, particularly when positive results prove elusive.

Fortunately for County, those occasions have been rare enough this season.

Read more in today's North Star.


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