Celtic and Ross County has brought the curtain down on the end of era at both clubs. The former Staggies boss insists the influx of new faces at Parkhead and Dingwall brings a new DNA to two first teams which will do battle this weekend.
After assessing the recruitment by respective managers Ange Postecoglou and his own successor Malky Mackay, Kettlewell is convinced the clear-outs have brought a freshness after the old guard in both dressing rooms moved to pastures new.
He said: "The big thing for me is the amount of players at both clubs who you would normally associate with being at Celtic and County who have moved on. "First team mainstays who've been around for a long time and were in with the bricks.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk