This section will give news on activities involving the Caley Jags supporters. It will also be used to feature groups of fans who meet up with the caleyjags.com team. Any group of ICT supporters can have a feature in this section - even just to introduce yourselves to the rest of the support. As this is a new section and not planned until now, the first groups of fans did not get their names recorded when photographed. Should they wish to e-mail email@example.com then I will update this section. In future more details will be provided. Use the same e-mail address above if you want to submit photos and details for addition to this section. Also if you see the caleyjags.com photographer(s) at a game ask them to take your photo, provide them with your details and I will add you to this section of the web site.
ICT FC v St Johnstone 15 May 2004
These two supporters probably know more about Paul's career than any other Caley Jags fans at this important game. To Paul's right is his father John recently of DAFC and to his left is his grandfather William, who travelled up from Dundee.
Clyde v ICT FC 8th May 2004
The Inverness Caledonian Thistle Supporters Club, Kirkintilloch Branch. The five individuals at the back of the picture are the self proclaimed Kirkintilloch branch of the ICT FC Supporters Club. I told them I'd put their picture on the web. So if they see this perhaps they could send me more details which I can add in here. Stephen Bache (back left) is the head groundsman at Hampden. Also pictured here are Caley Fifer and his niece Linsey Paul (player sponsor of Liam Keogh)
BT Video Shoot, Caledonian Stadium, 28th April 2004
This group of young supporters caught me taking photographs at the BT Video shoot. As promised their picture has been posted. I'd have got some details but we were rushed to another part of the ground. We had to earn our pack lunch and £35. Do you think these lads should all have been at school?
ICT FC v Dunfermline Athletic, Hampden, 10th April 2004
This group of supporters caught the attention of a number of ICT FC supporters due to the large flag they brought to the game. As they were in the front row they also caught the attention of a number of newspaper photographers. These individuals told me that they are based in Dundee. There are looking forward to seeing more of Caley Jags when the team gets into the SPL.