Written by Nairn County FC August 6th 2021

We are delighted to have brought in Ryan Fyffe on loan from Inverness CT until January. Ryan is a 20-year-old defender who can play anywhere across the back line and has previous Highland League experience from loan spells at Fort William and Clachnacuddin. Manager Ronnie Sharp said: "We really needed to bolster the defence with John Treasurer and then Fraser Dingwall both being ruled out through injury. "Bringing in Ryan will help us to do that. He is a player who is well thought of at Inverness CT and we have seen him play against before when he has always stood out and done well. "He seems to be a confident player, which will stand him in good stead and we are looking forward to working with him. He is comfortable on the ball and will fit in with the way we want to play, so hopefully it is a move which can benefit all parties." Our Director of Football Graeme Macleod added: "Ryan started for Inverness in their League Cup matches against Stirling Albion and Peterhead and also came off the bench in the tie down at Hearts. That shows how well thought of he is by the staff at Inverness. "We are delighted to have brought a player of his pedigree into the club and I am sure he will enhance the defensive options the Manager already has at his disposal. "I would like to thank everyone at Inverness CT who helped us to secure this deal in time for our match tomorrow." Ryan goes straight into the squad for tomorrow's trip to Rothes with his loan currently due to run until New Year.

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