Inverness CT

Inverness Caledonian Thistle

Dundee 2 - 2 Inverness CT: Replay beckons as ICT level late

John Robertson, the Inverness manager, urged his relative underdogs to finish things off in the Highlands after watching them salvage a late replay through George Oakley’s equaliser.

Aaron Doran celebrates his goal for Inverness. Picture: SNS.

Inverness 3 - 1 Queen of the South: Weary Highlanders prevail

John Robertson praised leg-weary Caley Thistle for navigating five games in 15 days with flying colours.

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle's Jake Mulraney (centre) celebrates his goal with his team-mates. Picture: SNS.

Inverness 4 - 1 Falkirk: Caley Thistle strike trio sink Bairns

Inverness blitzed the Bairns with a dazzling first-half show to move back to within three points of the play-off zone.


St Mirren winning battle of minds with Dundee United

St Mirren stretched their lead over Dundee United at the top of the Ladbrokes Championship table to six points with this hard-fought victory and immediately ramped up the 
pressure on their closest rivals by questioning the mental strength of the Tannadice players.

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St Mirren's Gavin Reilly scores the only goal of the game. Picture: Ross MacDonald/SNS

St Mirren 1 - 0 Inverness: Gavin Reilly hits 20th of season

The image to frame the day came at full-time of the victory that moved St Mirren six points clear at the top of the Championship. It was waves all-round from Jack Ross as he left the field to rapturous applause from the home supporters and with new Celtic signing Lewis Morgan by his side. In that scene, the renaissance engineered by Ross at the Paisley club over the past 12 months was captured.

Ian Black was a key member of Hearts' 2012 Scottish Cup-winning side.
 Picture: Robert Perry

Ex Hearts and Rangers man Ian Black joins Tranent Juniors

Ian Black, the former Inverness, Hearts, Rangers and Scotland midfielder, has signed for Tranent Juniors.

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Inverness' Iain Vigurs is sent off for a high boot on Dylan Mackin of Livingston. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Inverness 1 - 1 Livingston: Anger over Iain Vigurs red card

John Robertson blamed 
referee Greg Aitken’s “nonsense” red card for denying Inverness Caley Thistle 
victory over Livingston.

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Graeme Murty and his famous headstand at Dens Park.

The 10 craziest Scottish football moments from 2017

Scottish football can be a completely bonkers place sometimes. These are just 10 examples from the past year.

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George Oakley, left, celebrates his goal with Jake Mulraney. Picture: SNS

Brechin 2 - 3 Inverness: Ten-man Caley Thistle show resilience

John Robertson praised the work-rate and commitment of ten-man Inverness Caledonian Thistle after they moved to within three points of the promotion play-off places.

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Morton's Gary Oliver in action against Iain Virgus. Picture SNS/Sammy Turner

Morton 1 - 0 Inverness CT: Robert Thomson helps Ton into play-offs

Not so much merrily on high as just plain ding-dong as these two mid-table teams served up yuletide fayre full of battles, petulance and baffling refereeing. Morton held on against toothless ten-man Inverness to get the win needed to remain in and around the play-off issue.

Inverness' Carl Tremarco(R) celebrates his goal. Picture: SNS/Ross Parker

Inverness CT 1 - 0 Dumbarton: ICT creep up on play offs

John Robertson, the Inverness Caley Thistle manager, had his fill of losing prettily earlier this season. Winning ugly, he will take any day, as the Highlanders’ Championship recovery catches pace.

Inverness CT manager John Robertson was proud of his players in difficult circumstances. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Queen of the South 0 - 0 Inverness CT: Robertson fumes at SPFL

John Robertson last night hit out at SPFL secretary Iain Blair after Inverness’s request for this game to be called off was turned down.

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Inverness manager John Robertson (left) fumed at the SPFL's treatment of his club. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

John Robertson attacks SPFL for treatment of ‘little old Inverness’

John Robertson has launched a scathing attack on SPFL and its secretary Iain Blair.

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St Mirren's Stephen McGinn in action during the club's 2-0 win at Inverness CT. Picture: SNS/Alan Harvey

Inverness CT 0 - 2 St Mirren: Buddies win fiery encounter

Polar bears would have thought twice about visiting the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium yesterday such was the severity of the swirling snow and icy wind. Some 2,687 hardy supporters must at least have felt the heat and steam from the park.

Darren McGregor challenges Esmael Goncalves for the ball during the last Scottish Cup meeting between Hibs and Hearts. Picture: Ian Georgeson

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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