Trust News

cjt 200On behalf of the Caley Jags Together board and members, we would like to thank resigning Chairman, Peter Murphy, for everything he has done for the organisation during the last 3 years.

Peter played a vital part in building on the organisations communication with the club during his 3 years as Chairman and it is, in no small part, thanks to him that we enjoy the great working relationship that we do with Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC today. This relationship is one we strongly believe has contributed to the continued growth of "togetherness" that exists throughout club, fans and community and it is one we aim to grow and build upon in the coming weeks, months and years.

Our thanks also go to resigning board member, Vic Cameron, for his contribution over the last 3 years.

Caley Jags Together held their AGM last week, our thanks to those who attended, and a new Chairman will be appointed along with other office bearers at the next board meeting which is scheduled for this evening (Tuesday 5th March).  We'll update you on that once the appointments have been made.

It's not all goodbyes, we welcome new blood in the shape of Fraser Morrison, the full election of Kath Fraser and John Horne (previously co-opted members)....and not forgetting a welcome back to Laura Grant, Davie Balfour, Don Johnstone, Rob Wilson, Hamish Wood and Mairi Maclean.

We all look forward to building on the great work the society has undertaken since it's formation in 2005 and will bring you details of the commitments we made to our members at last weeks AGM in due course.


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Having been in regular contact over the last 24hrs with club chairman, Kenny Cameron, Caley Jags Together would like to assure the fans that all possible steps were taken in looking at the possibility of an error in regards to Danny Wilson's eligibility to participate in last Saturdays League Cup match.
As the arbitrator for disciplinary matters in Scottish Football it is for the SFA to make a final decision, and they have ruled that the player was eligible to participate in the match.
For our part, this was never about seeking reinstatement, a replay or any other such thing and the club were (quite rightly in our opinion) carrying out their duty of care to both the fans and the business by ensuring that they had not been disadvantaged by any oversight.
We appreciate and thank the club for their efforts.  Things such as this present an unwelcome distraction for everyone and we extend our thanks to the fans who have (for the most part) conducted their online discussions in a dignified manner.
Our best wishes to both Hearts FC & St Mirren FC who will meet in the final at Hampden on 17th March.


cjt 200Caley Jags Together can confirm that they have had talks with club officials throughout today (28/01/13) and are pleased to note that the club have decided to pursue investigations into the possibility of an ineligible player being fielded against Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC in our Scottish League Cup Semi-Final on Saturday 26th January 2013.

No opinion was sought or expressed on the possible outcome of these investigations and we urge fans to view it as nothing more than "fact-finding" at this stage.

To our knowledge, no challenge has been made on the outcome of the match and we would not expect any comment on the likelihood of that happening until the club are in receipt of the information and explanations they have requested from the appropriate parties.

We are back to league business again on Wednesday evening and the best thing we can all do for now is put our energy into supporting the team as they seek to continue the great work they are doing there.


Established in 2005, Caley Jags Together (formerly ICT Supporters Trust) is an Industrial and Provident Society, regulated by the Financial Services Authority under the name Inverness Caledonian Thistle Supporters Society Limited, registered no 2665RS.