Inverness CT

Inverness Caledonian Thistle

Scottish Cup: Hearts v Hibs | Celtic v Brechin | Fraserburgh v Rangers

Hearts have been handed a home tie against Hibs for the third consecutive year in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.

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Falkirk's Kevin O'Hara, right, was banned for eight matches for verbally abusing Dunfermline's Dean Shiels. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Falkirk apologise for fans’ Dean Shiels chant

Falkirk have condemned a group of their own supporters for chanting abuse relating to the SFA and Dunfermline striker Dean Shiels during last night’s 1-0 defeat by Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the Irn-Bru Cup quarter-finals.

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Inverness CT's John Baird is chased by Livingston's Keaghan Jacobs. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Livingston 0 - 0 Inverness CT: Cutting edge posted missing

There was no shortage of commitment but a distinct lack of cutting edge ensured that these two sides fought out their first ever goal-less draw.

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Connor Bell celebrates after making it 1-0 Inverness. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Inverness CT 1 - 0 Dunfermline: Connor Bell nets for resurgent ICT

John Robertson, the Inverness Caley Thistle manager, declared this deserved victory and near-spotless October form “only the start” for his resurgent team.

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Ray McKinnons face tells the story as he leaves the touchline after Dundee Uniteds defeat by Inverness. Picture: SNS.

Ray McKinnon’s sacking our fault says Dundee United’s Willo Flood

Willo Flood last night slammed day-dreaming Dundee United players for costing manager Ray McKinnon his job – by believing they would simply cruise to the Championship title.

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Iain Vigurs scores to make it 1-0 Inverness at Tannadice

Ray McKinnon facing the axe as Dundee United lose again

Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon was last night on the brink of being sacked after directors quickly convened in the wake of the club’s latest domestic set-back to discuss his future.

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Terry Butcher was England captain and managed Hibs and Inverness.

Son of Rangers legend Terry Butcher, dies aged 35

The son of former professional footballer Terry Butcher has died, his family have confirmed.

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Falkirk manager Paul Hartley must feel a lot luckier than Inverness manager John Robertson. Photograph: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Falkirk 0-0 Invernesss CT : Bairns lucky to draw

There may be a new name on the door of the manager’s office but Falkirk turned in a display marked by acutely familiar failings as Paul Hartley’s dugout debut fell flat against Inverness.

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John Robertson, right, looks to intervene as Liam Polworth tussles with Inverness coach Scott Kellacher. Picture: SNS

Inverness star gets into punch-up with coach after substitution

Inverness Caley Thistle’s chaotic 2017/18 season went from bad to worse on Saturday after images revealed a fight between midfielder Liam Polworth and a member of the backroom staff.

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Rumour Mill: Jamie Walker denies Rangers claim | chairman slams SFA | Walter Smith sues financial expert

Jamie Walker insists he never agitated for a move to Rangers, Roy McGregor has slammed the SFA over Project Brave, and Walter Smith has started court proceedings against a financial expert.

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Ricky Calder celebrates after making it 2-0 Inverness. Picture: SNS/Sammy Turner

Inverness CT 3 - 0 Peterhead: ICT cruise into last-eight

Caley Jags manager John Robertson hailed his side for keeping a second successive clean sheet as they beat Peterhead 3-0 in the IRN-BRU Cup third round.

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Brad McKay went close with a header in the first half. Picture: SNS Group

Inverness CT 0-0 Queen of the South: Fon Williams helps Caley to draw

Caley Thistle survived a second-half assault from Queen of the South but still slipped to second bottom in the table.

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Inverness CT's Jake Mulraney and Dumbarton's Sam Wardrop. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Dumbarton 2 -1 Inverness CT: Sons pile pressure on Robertson

Dumbarton roared back from being a goal behind to lift the spoils and heap further pressure on under-fire Inverness manager John Robertson.

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Nikolay Todorov makes it 1-0 Livingston. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

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. 
Photograph: Pete Norton/Getty Images

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.

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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.

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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.

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