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Ross County manager Stuart Kettlewell has reacted after David De Gea shared his shock at them looking alike.
The 36-year old became the talk of social media yesterday after many noticed that he has an uncanny resemblance to Manchester United and Spain's No.1.
There were a whole host of posts pointing out that Kettlewell looks like an older, greyer De Gea and the man himself concurred - taking to Twitter to post a picture of Kettlewell.
Kettlewell was asked about De Gea tweeting about him after his side's 1-0 win over Motherwell last night, stating "Maybe he's my doppelganger" before doing the classic manager thing and instead reverting to talking about the team's win.
In a separate interview, he did also confirm he'd quite happily take De Gea at Victoria Park.
He might not have room for another goalkeeper though, given Ross County already have three Ross' in their ranks.
They already had Ross Laidlaw and Ross Munro in their ranks and now namesake Doohan has joined the party.
Stage 1 complete. All Ross County's goalkeepers are now called Ross. Now onto Stage 2, the defence. pic.twitter.com/I1VJbVx4ZQ- Garve Scott-Lodge (@G4rve) August 2, 2020
Striker Ross Stewart scored the winner from the spot last night, while they also brought Ross Draper off the bench in the win.
At this point, it's unclear whether Ross Barkley, Ross Kemp and Ross Geller will be joining the Staggies in the near future.
Ross County.- Dale Johnson (@DaleJohnsonESPN) August 3, 2020
Ross have signed goalkeeper Ross Doohan on loan from Celtic.
Ross Doohan was on the bench tonight vs. Motherwell.
Ross Laidlaw started with Ross' other keeper, Ross Munro, missing out.
Ross' winning goal was scored by Ross Stewart, while Ross Draper came on.
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