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WATCH: “The only way we feel that we can be felt and heard is by holding our money back.”

By Craig McLean

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Fans shared their thoughts after last night’s ICT Supporters’ Trust meeting on the current state of affairs at the club.

The ICT Supporters Trust stated that ‘we will get our club back’ at the meeting, whilst fans overwhelmingly agreed that they would prefer to see the club go into administration than to see them relocate first team training to Kelty in Fife, as was announced by the club last week.

Many fans shared similar viewpoints on the current state of affairs at the club, questioning the decision to move and the communication with fans at the moment.

Mark Boag stated: “We’re not respected as a support, there’s never any communication.”

Rosemary Webb, who is part of the ICT Supporters Travel Club is disappointed at the announcement of the move away from the Highland capital for first team training, mentioning the love of the city from many past players.

Rosemary said: “Inverness and the Highlands are a fantastic place to live.

“Terry Butcher loved it, he had all the team in and around Inverness and look how successful they became.”

Scott MacGilvray chatted about chairman Ross Morrison’s comments with The Inverness Courier yesterday about the possible impacts of a mooted season ticket boycott from fans.

Scott said: “Morrison coming out and saying we are going to be the death of the club is incredibly insulting, with the amount of miles we have travelled and the money we have spent.”

Jamie MacKinnon, a lifelong supporter of the club, mentioned that the fans don’t have enough of a voice at the moment and that the only way to be heard is to withhold their money from the club.

Jamie said: “Our feelings aren’t felt, the only way we feel that we can be felt and heard is by holding our money back.”

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