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Future is not guaranteed for Inverness Caley Thistle as club says it remains in survival mode


By Staff Reporter

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle say the club remains in survival mode, stating its future can’t be 100 per cent guaranteed.

ICT Supporters Open Meeting, Caley Social Club..Chairman Ross Morrison and Chief Executive Officer Scot Gardiner...Picture: Callum Mackay. Image No..
ICT Supporters Open Meeting, Caley Social Club..Chairman Ross Morrison and Chief Executive Officer Scot Gardiner...Picture: Callum Mackay. Image No..

Chief executive Scot Gardiner and chairman Ross Morrison say the Championship outfit are continuing to navigate their way through ‘uncharted waters’ due to the coronavirus pandemic.

But they remain confident the club can survive and are working hard on plans to raise income.

The club have placed all players and most staff on the UK government furlough scheme with only a small number of people still working.

In a statement, they said the club is working hard to secure its future and hope they will be in a good position for next season.



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