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Adams does not feel in the dock as Kenneth is brought in on trial

Derek Adams, the Ross County manager, is confident that his relationship with chairman Roy MacGregor is as strong as ever despite the challenges facing the club this season.

The Dingwall side have gone seven matches without a win and sit in the relegation play-off place in the SPFL Premiership.

The County manager acknowledges that such form might have caused a strain between the management team and the club's board but dismissed any suggestion that was the case. A show of support from MacGregor has also come in the promise of funds to bring players in next month, with former Dundee United defender Garry Kenneth on trial.

"I've shown the club and the chairman loyalty and the chairman has shown me loyalty too," said Adams. "He is just delighted we're in the Premiership."

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