Dick Campbell

Time As Manager: May 2007 - October 2007
First Game in Charge: Saturday, August 4th, 2007 vs. Ayr United (2-0)
Last Game in Charge: Sep 29th, 2007 vs. Alloa Athletic (2-2)

In the summer of 2007, Campbell was appointed manager of just-relegated Ross County, with the proviso that he would have only one chance at earning the club promotion, and would be sacked if he was unsuccessful.

Ultimately, Campbell was not even given a full season in charge, and despite leading the club to the top of Division Two he was sacked on 2 October, allegedly for playing overly defensive football.


Most Appearances Top Scorers
  1. Martin Scott - 12
  2. Derek Adams - 12
  3. Sean Higgins - 12
  4. Andy Dowie - 12
  5. Alex Keddie - 12
  6. Mark McCulloch - 12
  7. Andrew Barrowman - 11
  8. Darren Brady - 11
  9. Stewart Petrie - 10
  10. Daniel Moore - 9
  1. Andrew Barrowman - 8
  2. Stewart Petrie - 3
  3. Derek Adams - 1
  4. Stuart Anderson - 1
  5. Darren Brady - 1
  6. Andy Dowie - 1
  7. Sean Higgins - 1
  8. Alex Keddie - 1
  9. Mark McCulloch - 1
  10. Daniel Moore - 1

Total Players Used: 23 (25 including unused subs)

Average Home Attendance: 1,772

Biggest Win(s)
Sep 15th, 2007 2 - 0 vs. Raith Rovers, League (Second Division)
Aug 7th, 2007 3 - 1 vs. Elgin City, League Cup (1st Round)
Aug 4th, 2007 2 - 0 vs. Ayr United, League (Second Division)

Heaviest Defeat(s)
Sep 5th, 2007 0 - 2 vs. St Johnstone, Challenge Cup (2nd Round)

Overall Record

Games Won Drawn Lost For Against GD
12 6 3 3 19 14 +5
(50.0%) (25.0%) (25.0%)

At Home

Games Won Drawn Lost For Against GD
6 3 2 1 9 6 +3
(50.0%) (33.3%) (16.7%)