Inverness CT

Inverness Caledonian Thistle

Inverness CT 1 - 3 Livingston: More misery for John Robertson

Inverness Caley Thistle were booed off as last season’s relegated Premiership side slumped again.

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Lewis Morgan continued his fine form, opening the scoring agaisnt ICT. Picture: SNS/Roddy Scott

St Mirren 4 - 2 Inverness CT: Buddies go top with fine win

St Mirren surged to the top of the table with a slick display against a Caley side who are still struggling to find their feet in the Championship.

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Ian Black played for Shrewsbury, pictured, and Blackpool last season, bowing out on a high with the latter by helping them win the League Two play-off final at Wembley. 
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Ian Black: I could do a job at any level outside the EPL

The grand exit has certainly never eluded Ian Black in his career. Currently between clubs, the 32-year-old remains confident that the final exit is far in the distance, though. The scrapper of a midfielder is presently training with Salford City as he looks for a new posting following his release by Blackpool in May. That fact means, as it stands, his last senior game came at Wembley, in the play-off final won by the Lancashire club that hauled them back up to League One.

Aberdeen Colt's Toby Wells in action against Alex Cooper. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Aberdeen U20 2 - 4 Inverness CT: ICT win competitive encounter

For those that decry the presence of Premiership Under 20’s sides in the Irn-Bru Cup this entertaining and highly competitive encounter at Glebe Park yesterday would have offered some food for thought. Men against boys? Well, yes and no.

Inverness' Alex Cooper celebrates his goal. Picture: SNS

Brechin City 0 - 4 Inverness CT: Caley Thistle earn first win

John Robertson, the Inverness manager, challenged his side to start climbing the table after watching them finally secure their elusive first win.

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Inverness CT's Collin Seedorf in action with Morton's Robert Thomson. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Inverness CT 1 -1 Morton: ICT get off the mark

Such are the slender margins in the second tier, it takes no great stretch of the imagination to envisage last night’s two bottom clubs – Inverness Caley Thistle and Falkirk – finishing the campaign as Championship promotion rivals.

Ryan Jack won his appeal against the red card shown for his clash with Hibs' striker Anthony Stokes. Picture: SNS

10 times the Scottish FA appeals panel was surprisingly lenient

The upheld appeals of Esmael Goncalves and Ryan Jack from this past weekend further underlined the generosity of the Scottish FA panel when it comes to judging red cards.

Dunfermline's Joe Cardle (left) celebrates his second goal. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Dunfermline 5 - 1 Inverness CT: Pars rampant against helpless ICT

If Inverness Caley Thistle needed an indication of how tough it will be for them to return to the Premiership at the first time of asking this was certainly it.


Rumour Mill: Patrick Roberts to learn Celtic fate | Rangers to be a selling club | Martyn Waghorn’s transfer fee

Patrick Roberts will find out on Thursday if Manchester City will allow him to return to Celtic on loan, Rangers director of football Mark Allen wishes to make the Ibrox side a selling club, and Martyn Waghorn didn’t cost Ipswich £1million according to manager Mick McCarthy.

Dundee Utd's Paul McMullan scores to make it 1-0. Picture: SNS/Ross Parker

Inverness 0 - 1 Dundee United: Title favourites begin with win

The road back to the Premiership, as Dundee United for one will testify, can be a treacherously long and rocky trek. The Championship favourites began their campaign positively after Paul McMullan’s spot-kick sank last season’s relegated top-flight side.

The club have launched a formal investigation. Picture: SNS

Inverness CT launch investigation after Twitter porn ‘like’

Inverness Caley Thistle have launched a “formal investigation” after their official Twitter account was found to have “liked” a porn site video.

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Craig Sibbald is back home. Picture: Michael Gillen

Who are the best 2016/17 SPFL players still without a contract?

Ten of the best players still available on the free agent market this summer who featured in the 2016/17 Scottish football season.

Billy Mckay had two spells at Inverness CT. Picture: Toby Williams

Ross County sign ex-Inverness striker Billy Mckay

Ross County have completed the signing of former Inverness Caley Thistle striker Billy Mckay on a two-year deal.

Inverness CT's Matty Elsdon battles for the ball against Falkirk's Rory Loy. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

Betfred Cup wrap: Falkirk impressive in defeat of Inverness CT

Falkirk moved top of Betfred Cup Group A and set down a marker for the league season thanks to a 2-0 victory at Inverness.

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager John Robertson. Picture: SNS

John Robertson laments ‘unacceptable’ 15-goal loss to 100 school kids

Manager John Robertson has embraced the funny side of football after giving a mock-interview in the aftermath of Caley Thistle’s 20-5 loss to Inverness Caledonian Thistle Kids.

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Inverness' George Oakley heads home on his debut. Picture: SNS/Rob Casey

Inverness CT 3 - 0 Brechin City: John Robertson off to winning start

New Inverness manager John Robertson hailed Jake Mulraney for his starring role in Caley Thistle’s 3-0 win over Brechin City.

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Rumour Mill: Celtic could hand striker trial | Rangers accept Northampton bid | Aberdeen close in on Arnason

Celtic have been linked with striker Luka Dordevic, Rangers accept a bid from Northampton for Matt Crooks, and Aberdeen close in on midfielder Kari Arnason.

Moussa Dembele nets a spectaculr overhead kick against Manchester City. Picture: OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images

Celtic drop 16 places in UEFA’s club rankings

Celtic have dropped 16 places in UEFA’s club rankings despite reaching the group stages of last season’s Champions League.

Rangers celebrate winning the Scottish league tiotle in 2005. Picture: SNS.

Scotsman poll: Majority of fans want Rangers’ titles stripped

We asked readers of The Scotsman: ‘Should Rangers be stripped of their titles won between 2001 and 2010’ following Wednesday’s ruling by the Supreme Court in favour of HMRC over the club’s use of Employee Benefit Trusts.

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