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Season 2016-2017

"... it's been the story of the season."

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Kilmarnock 2-1 ICT FC 13th May 2017

Caley Jags remain four points adrift at the bottom of the table after Killie claim all the points from their latest meeting. Kilmarnock took the lead on 17 mins when Sean Longstaff shot low into the net. Jordan Jones made it two for the home side on 57 mins. Alex Fisher got a consolation goal for Caley Jags on 71 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "I'm delighted with the players' performance, believe it or not. I told them they should be proud of themselves, how they handled the occasion... We didn't get what we deserved and that was the three points, in my mind. We need to cut out the individual mistakes, it's been the story of the season. We need help from other clubs now, simple as that. We need to do our business on Wednesday and Saturday. There is still a chance. It is probably a small chance, but there is a chance."

View the album here: 13-May-17, 44 Photos

"I’m delighted ..."

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ICT FC 2-1 Hamilton Academical 6th May 2017

Caley Jags achieved a rare win in their battle to avoid relegation. The opening goal came on 10 mins when Brad McKay volleyed in from a Greg Tansey free-kick. The lead increased on 36 mins from a Tansey penalty, after Ross Draper was fouled by Massimo Donati. Danny Redmond scored a late goal for Accies, 4min into stoppage time.

Manager Richie Foran: “I’m delighted with the lads, proud of them. It was an aggressive performance. The players turned up. Players who didn’t think they needed to head the ball or tackle, tackled and headed the ball today. We were aggressive from start to finish and created numerous chances. We dominated the game. Anyone watching us today will give us a bit more respect. It will be tougher for us. I’d be worried if I was other clubs around us.”

View the album here: 06-May-17, 25 Photos

"I'm to blame...mostly."

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Ross County 4-0 ICT FC 28th April 2017

Caley Jags failed to pick up any points again as County score four goals with no reply. All of the Staggies’ goals were scored by Liam Boyce. An error by Ryan Esson on 21 mins resulted in the first. The second came on 34 mins when Boyce headed in off Jim O'Brien's cross. These were followed by two from the spot on 49 and 60 mins. The second penalty resulted in Liam Polworth being sent off after he pulled Ryan Dow back.

Manager Richie Foran: "... I'm to blame... mostly. The board have backed me with everything I've asked for. I've signed the players I wanted to sign. Players need to stand up and be counted, which a few of them haven't. I've signed probably half of them. I've picked the team, I've picked the shape, the training, so most of it has to go on me. I'm not looking to make any friends with the board by saying this. This is the truth, it's nothing to do with the board."

View the album here: 28-Apr-17, 40 Photos

"... I've still got belief, I really do..."

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Motherwell 4-2 ICT FC 15th April 2017

Caley Jags go further adrift at the bottom after twice going two goals down to the Steel Men. Motherwell were two ahead after only 9 mins. Chris Cadden put his side ahead on 7 mins and Louis Moult got the second 2 mins later. Alex Fisher drew the sides level when he scored his second on 54 mins, his first coming on 21 mins. Scott McDonald scored a disputed goal on 65 mins. Allan Campbell then headed in a fourth for his side on 70 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "... I've still got belief, I really do, and when I watch the lads play so well at times, how couldn't I? But if you cant defend crosses, you're asking for problems. I'm definitely committed. I love the club, I love the city. I can't speak for the board - they can speak themselves if they want to put a statement out. But it lies with me, most of it. It's a long season, it hasn't been good enough, but I'm very honest, I can't take a lot of blame today for the goals we conceded. The players have to stand up and take the blame for that."

View the album here: 15-Apr-17, 64 Photos

" It is not good enough."

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ICT FC 0-3 St Johnstone 8th April 2017

Caley Jags ended the day four points adrift at the bottom of the table. The three goals of the match all went the way of St Johnstone. Steven Maclean scored the opener on 40 mins. On 80 mins Caley Jags went down to ten men after Larnell Cole was shown the red card for confronting the referee. Liam Craig scored from the penalty spot on 88 mins. Graham Cummins got their third, 1 min into stoppage-time. Caley Jags managed to pick up a second red card, after the match, for captain Gary Warren’s behaviour in the tunnel.

Manager Richie Foran: "... We controlled aspects of the game without having that ruthless edge to it. I don't think we believed today. The main person who is not good enough is me. I am obviously not doing my job right and big apologies to the supporters. I believe we let them down today. It is not good enough. I pick the team, I pick the shape, I will take 90% of the blame for that but the players need to stand up as well."

View the album here: 08-Apr-17, 72 Photos

"... I believe..."

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Aberdeen 1-0 ICT FC 4th April 2017

A single goal was enough to ensure Caley Jags picked up no points from their visit to Aberdeen. The goal came on 22 mins following a Jonny Hayes' corner. The ball landed for Ash Taylor whose shot was then deflected off Gary Warren into the net.

Manager Richie Foran: "We had chances to go one up but we didn't take them then we give a goal from a set-piece which was really disappointing... We have seven must win games left and I believe we can still get enough points to get out of trouble."

View the album here: 04-Apr-17, 53 Photos

"The winning run is coming."

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ICT FC 1-1 Kilmarnock 1st April 2017

Caley Jags drop down to the bottom of the table after a home draw to Kilmarnock. It was Killie that went ahead after 19 mins through a Kris Boyd penalty. The spot kick was awarded after Brad McKay's poor challenge resulted in Jordan Jones being upended. Billy Mckay levelled for Caley Jags, off the inside of a post, on 25 mins after a David Raven cross broke for him.

Manager Richie Foran: We were the better team for most of the game. Over the match, probably their keeper is man of the match. I'm delighted with the players' attitude, passion, endeavour. We just lacked that wee bit of composure, a bit of quality in the final third... I know we'll get a run going. The winning run is coming."

View the album here: 01-Apr-17, 120 Photos

"... a very, very good performance."

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ICT FC 1-1 Ross County 18th March 2017

The sides went into the second half level after a goalless first half. On 48 mins Greg Tansey put Caley Jags ahead, his shot deflecting in off Marcus Fraser. County got a share of the points however after Alex Schalk equalised on 86 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "Billy Mckay's hit the crossbar. Carl Tremarco had a great chance. We dominated half an hour of the second half. When County scored, it feels like a defeat, but flip that around. We're a point better off than we were before the game. It's a very, very good performance. Disappointing not to get the three points..."

View the album here: 18-Mar-17, 66 Photos

"... a huge point today."

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Partick Thistle 1-1 ICT FC 11th March 2017

Caley Jags grabbed a point just before the final whistle when Gary Warren headed in, from a Billy King cross, 2 mins into added time. Kris Doolan had scored what looked like the winner for Partick on 56 mins. Henri Anier had found the Partick net in the first half but the goal was disallowed with Billy Mckay standing offside.

Manager Richie Foran: "It's a huge point today. I thought it was a very close game, but we've played against, for me, a top-four side today. They are an excellent team, strong aggressive, can pass the ball and have goal scorers, so it's a big point... I'm delighted for the players and we're going in now to two home games... Results have gone our way, so it sets it up for a cracking game of football next week against Ross County."

View the album here: 11-Mar-17, 73 Photos

"... extremely disappointing."

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ICT FC 0-4 Celtic 1st March 2017

There were no surprises as Celtic chalk up another win this season in the Scottish Premiership. They were held at bay by the Caley Jags side until 43 mins when Scott Sinclair curled the ball past Owain Fon Williams. Celtic were gifted their second on 46 mins when Fon Williams' botched clearance was tapped in by Moussa Dembele. Stuart Armstrong made it three on 66 mins from a free kick before Dembele got his second on 73 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "It's extremely disappointing. We lacked courage on the ball, we lacked belief on the ball... I find it hard to think of a player that did well. The whole eleven lacked courage. Off the ball we were OK. On the ball we didn't want to pass forward and take responsibility... The second goal was comical. It's embarrassing. But we were poor all over the park. At least three of the goals we conceded were avoidable."

View the album here: 01-Mar-17, 52 Photos

"... knew the results would come."

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ICT FC 2-1 Rangers 24th February 2017

Caley Jags move off the bottom after gaining three points in their home clash with Rangers. Greg Tansey's long range shot on 45 mins easily beat Wes Foderingham to put his Caley Jags ahead at the break. Martyn Waghorn leveled the sides on 67 mins from the penalty spot after Lee Walace went down in the box. Billy Mckay found the winner, however,  through a spectacular overhead kick on 89 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "... We've been bottom of the table for a long time. Other players maybe would've folded. They have huge character, huge bravery between them. We kept it positive all the time and knew the results would come. I knew the amount of quality in the dressing room. It gets us off the bottom of the table. Let's stay off the bottom now...."

View the album here: 24-Feb-17, 83 Photos


"... a deserved point..."

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Hearts 1-1 ICT FC 18th February 2017

Caley Jags put in a much-improved performance compared to their last visit to Tynecastle. A first-half goal ensured they were in the lead going into the break. A second-half Hearts' goal and a penalty save by Owain Fon Williams resulted in a share of the points. Caley Jags took the lead on 24 mins when a Greg Tansey free-kick was nodded in by Carl Tremarco. Hearts equalised on 64 mins through Arnaud Sutchuin-Djoum.

Manager Richie Foran: "...The boys are flat out on their feet and I think it's a deserved point. They've hit the post, we've hit the post. We looked dangerous on the counter-attack, they looked dangerous on the counter... It wasn't a pitch to play football on. There were a lot of long balls. The most pleasing part was our going back up the park, our spirit, our work-rate. That was the old Inverness."

View the album here: 18-Feb-17, 107 Photos

"Outclassed ..."

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Celtic 6-0 ICT FC 11th February 2017

There was no going ballistic this year as Caley Jags got knocked out at round five of the Scottish Cup. All the goals came from Celtic, starting on 20 mins through Mikael Lustig. This was followed by a Moussa Dembele hat-trick with goals on 45, 50 and 59 mins. Kieran Tierney headed in on 86 mins, and Scott Brown added a final during added time (90+1 mins).

Manager Richie Foran: "Outclassed, simple as that. Six-nil is a tough one. We went and had a go at the start and that's all I could ask from the lads. This is one of the best Celtic teams assembled in a good few years. They've got confidence running through their veins. There was no stopping them."

View the album here: 11-Feb-17, 69 Photos

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ICT FC 2-2 Dundee 4th February 2017

Caley Jags fought back to snatch a point from visitors Dundee. Dundee were two goals to the good by half-time. However, a second half comeback saw the score level at full-time. Marcus Haber headed in for Dundee on 37 mins. Darren O'Dea did likewise on 43 mins. Julien Extabeguren was penalised for holding and Billy McKay scored from the resulting penalty on 53 mins. Greg Tansey netted the second for Caley jags on 79 mins.

View the album here: 04-Feb-17, 70 Photos

"... our worst defeat of the season..."

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Hamilton Academical 3-0 ICT FC 31st January 2017

Caley Jags and Hamilton Academical both saw this encounter as must win. The winner would leave the other at the foot of the table. Hamilton's three goals without reply ensured they were the ones to start to climb away from the basement. Alex D'Acol headed his side ahead on 11 mins from an Ali Crawford corner. Caley Jags had the opportunity to draw level on 27 mins when Billy Mckay was fouled in the box by Darian MacKinnon. However, the resulting penalty taken by Greg Tansey was saved by Gary Woods. Grant Gillespie made it two for Accies on 47 mins. Rakish Bingham sealed it on 61 mins, scoring from 18 yards.

Manager Richie Foran: "That puts us into a relegation battle now. Forget about top six, we are in a relegation battle now. Some of our players have not got the bottle, they showed that today. We might have been the better side in the first half and their keeper pulled off a great save from the penalty, but some of our boys are hiding and we are in for a fight now... That was our worst defeat of the season. I'll take my share of the blame, but the players now need to stand up and be counted."

View the album here: 31-Jan-17, 32 Photos

"I'm delighted ..."

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ICT FC 0-0 Partick Thistle 28th January 2017

Caley Jags picked up a rare point after holding Partick Thistle to a nil nil draw. The game was seen as a must win if there was any hope of a top six finish. Caley Jags however remain rooted to the bottom of the table alongside Hamilton who they meet next.

Manager Richie Foran: "I'm delighted with the point. The players were out on their feet. We had Greg Tansey and Gary Warren up all night with a vomiting bug getting sick. They've had injections before the game to help with that. It's a big point for us. I'm delighted with the point with the boys struggling with injuries and sickness. It's probably a fair result. Going into the game I probably would've taken that point..."

View the album here: 28-Jan-17, 46 Photos

"... I'm delighted."

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Elgin City 1-2 ICT FC 21st January 2017

Caley Jags progress to the fifth round of the Scottish Cup after beating Elgin City at Borough Briggs. It wasn’t straight forward as it was Elgin that went ahead after 25 mins through Mark Nicolson's well worked free-kick. However, Larnell Cole replied on 32 mins with a low strike past Marc Waters. Lonsana Doumbouya then guaranteed the win, touching home a cross on 66 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "Character, credit to them. It's been a tricky season so far, a weaker team would have folded going one down. They would have panicked. We never did. We controlled most of the game, particularly the second half which was excellent. We hit the crossbar twice and scored a good goal which was disallowed, I don't know why. Cup football there's always upsets, there wasn't one here today so I'm delighted. It's great for confidence, hopefully we can kick on."

View the album here: 21-Jan-17, 61 Photos

"I'm letting supporters down ..."

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Ross County 3-2 ICT FC 31st December 2016

Caley Jags finish the year at the bottom of the table after picking up no points in Dingwall. The visitors were behind after only 2 mins when Liam Boyce scored his first of two goals in the match. Caley Jags were level on 28 mins through a Carl Tremarco diving header. Boyce then scored his second on 35 mins to reclaim the lead for the Staggies. This lead was extended by Martin Woods on 61 mins. Alex Fisher replied for Caley Jags on 81 mins, but there was no leveller to follow.

Manager Richie Foran: "I'm letting supporters down, I'm letting the board down, I'm letting the chairman down at the moment. But, believe me, I feel it. That will change... This break is coming at the right time now... We need to get ourselves refreshed, come back ready to go again. We're only six points out of the top six, which is our aim. We believe we'll still get there. We need to come back better in 2017 than we were in 2016."

View the album here: 31-Dec-16, 49 Photos

"We need to play with composure and conviction ..."

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ICT FC 1-2 Motherwell 28th December 2016

Despite a late fight back Caley Jags were unable to get a second goal that would have allowed them a share of the points. The sides were level at half time but on 50 mins Motherwell took the lead. Craig Clay fired from long range and his wind assisted shot dipped over Owain Fon Williams into the home side’s net. Motherwell’s second goal came on 87 mins with Scott McDonald scoring after a Louis Moult cross. Greg Tansey pulled one back for Caley Jags on 90 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "We were the better side, we hit the post and the bar and had a few cleared off the line but we need that goal poacher to make the most of the chances we are creating... We need to play with composure and conviction because if we keep performing like that and be a little bit braver then we will get that win but the time to really worry is if you are bottom in April."

View the album here: 28-Dec-16, 31 Photos

" It's soul-destroying ..."

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Rangers 1-0 ICT FC 24th December 2016

Caley Jags were probably a bit unfortunate not to pick up a point after their visit to Ibrox. The single goal of the match came on 13 mins. Martyn Waghorn fired a cross, into the box, from the byline. It was not picked up by a Ranger's player, but bounced off Brad McKay's thigh into the net at the near post.

Manager Richie Foran: "I think the fact Rangers struggled is all down to us. I thought we controlled the game and absolutely dominated the first half. We cut them open on numerous occasions and were solid at the back. I can't ask for much more than that. We were just lacking that wee bit of magic. Unfortunately we were up against a goalkeeper in unbelievable form. It's soul-destroying how we don't come away with more than a point today."

View the album here: 24-Dec-16, 86 Photos

"... happy with a point..."

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Kilmarnock 1-1 ICT FC 17th December 2016

Caley Jags managed to pick up a point on the road after going behind at Rugby Park. Souleymane Coulibaly put Killie ahead on 73 mins after appearing to control the ball with his hand. Gary Warren headed in the equaliser on 84 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "Definitely happy with a point away from home. It's always a good result away from home. Kilmarnock were the better team in the first half. They put a lot of balls into the box, but we dealt with them really well. In the second half, we were the better team... It's took a fantastic finish for them to score against us."

View the album here: 17-Dec-16, 36 Photos

"... we created so many chances..."

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ICT FC 1-1 Hamilton Academical 10th December 2016

Caley jags went a goal down after 16 mins when Ali Crawford's free-kick beat Owain Fon Williams at the near post. The only other goal of the match came on 51 mins when Larnell Cole equalised with a dipping half-volley.

Manager Richie Foran: "... Fon Williams is quite upset with the goal - he's been great for us so I can't be too hard on him, and he shouldn't even have played today, the way his back is. But our reaction from there, we could have easily folded, but we didn't, we took the game right to them, and we created so many chances, same we did against Dundee. How we didn't win today, I'll never know."

View the album here: 10-Dec-16, 52 Photos

"We got what we deserved."

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St Johnstone 3-0 ICT FC 3rd December 2016

Liam Craig put St Johnstone ahead on 14 mins sweeping in off Steven MacLean's cross. Gary Warren was dismissed for his second bookable offence after 61 mins. Murray Davidson scored on 62 mins from the resulting free-kick. Danny Swanson made it three for the home side on 81 mins. Caley Jags' now find themselves three points off sixth spot, but bottom of the table.

Manager Richie Foran: "We got what we deserved. We've gone from one of our best performances of the season to probably our worst. It's very disappointing. Talk about being inconsistent. That's sums us up this season... But I know exactly what I need to bring in. Our problem is, we've got too many attack-minded players, we're right up there on the goal charts, but we're worse off on goals against, so we need more defensive-minded players and I'll go and get them. The funds are there."

View the album here: 03-Dec-16, 54 Photos

"... a great performance..."

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Dundee 2-1 ICT FC 26th November 2016

Caleyjags dropped to second bottom of the league and Dundee move from the bottom to seventh place after picking up all three points. Craig Wighton curled the ball in, low, past Owain Fon Williams on 2 mins. The lead was extended on 60 mins when Kostadin Gadzhalov headed in Dundee's second. Caleyjags pulled one back when Carl Tremarco headed in at the back post on 81 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "We were the far better team, We played them off the park at times and that was our best performance of the season but lacked a cutting edge and we were a little bit too open at the back. I told the boys that was a great performance, but don't get me wrong, we have to start taking our chances when we are on top in games and stop conceding as many as we have been..."

View the album here: 26-Nov-16, 80 Photos

"... one of our poorest performances..."

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ICT FC 1-3 Aberdeen 19th November 2016

Caley Jags dropped back out of the top six after going down at home to Aberdeen. The home side went ahead, against the run of play on 15 min, when Lonsana Doumbouya headed in. The Dons levelled the score on 28 mins from a Kenny McLean free-kick. The visitors then finished the first half in the lead after Adam Rooney scored from the spot on 33 mins. McLean got his second for Aberdeen on 89 mins, sealing the points.

Manager Richie Foran: "... We didn't deserve to go one up, simple as that. It's a good ball in for the goal and a good finish. Big Lons was good, he was probably our only decent performance. Everyone else was second best. It's one of our poorest performances of the season. We lacked belief which was strange... I've got to take some of the blame. Overall we weren't good enough today, including me."

View the album here: 19-Nov-16, 55 Photos

"... we played with fear today."

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Celtic 3-0 ICT FC 5th November 2016

Caley Jags thwarted Celtic's game plan throughout the first half. However, three goals in the second half restored Celtic's ten-point lead at the top of the table. Scott Sinclair put the Glasgow side ahead on 48 mins. Leigh Griffiths tapped in their second on 63 mins. This was immediately followed by a second yellow card of the match for Greg Tansey. Down to ten men, Caley Jags were unable to mount an effective comeback. Substitute Tom Rogic added a third for Celtic on 83 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "We didn't lose the game today. We lost it last week when we started thinking about playing here. Celtic Park used to have that fear factor and Brendan Rodgers seemed to have got that again, because we played with fear today. This game was lost before it started. We have been on a good run, but a few of them didn't believe in themselves today. If you haven't got belief in football, you're in trouble. Celtic are a fantastic side. They outplayed us."

View the album here: 05-Nov-16, 89 Photos

"... we were brilliant..."

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ICT FC 3-3 Hearts 29th October 2016

Caley Jags surrendered a two goal lead giving Hearts a share of the points. Carl Tremarco had to come off injured after 10 mins. His replacement, David Raven, volleyed the home side ahead on 15 mins. The lead was extended on 32 mins through Lonsana Doumbouya. Hearts struck back on 38 mins with Bjorn Johnsen finding the net. On 51 mins, the sides drew level when a crossed ball from Bjorn Johnsen evaded both sets of players to bounce into the net. Aaron Doran reclaimed the lead for Caley Jags on 55 mins only to see Arnaud Djoum reply for Hearts on 74 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: “I thought we bossed it. We played some terrific football at times and I’m delighted with the performance. Take away a couple of mistakes and I thought we were brilliant. Play like that and we’ll win most games.”

View the album here: 29-Oct-16, 89 Photos

"... a near-perfect performance..."

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Motherwell 0-3 ICT FC 26th October 2016

Caleyjags recorded their first away league win of the season midweek at Fir Park. It was nil-nil at half time but the deadlock was broken on 57 mins when Carl Tremarco netted from a Brad McKay cross. Caleyjags made it two on 71 mins when Lonsana Doumbouya scored from close range following a corner Motherwell were unable to clear. The final goal of the game came on 83 mins from a long range Liam Polworth shot into the corner of the net.

Manager Richie Foran: "It was an outstanding performance, a near-perfect performance... I'm delighted all round, a clean sheet for us away from home, at Fir Park, a tough place to come. I can't speak any more highly of the lads... There was some great play all over the park, our fitness levels were spot on, and once again we're finishing the game stronger, we're going right to the final whistle, so it was good. I'm delighted for the back four getting that clean sheet. A draw away from home is good in the Premiership, a win is great and gives us a lot of confidence."

View the album here: 26-Oct-16, 45 Photos

"... our final ball was quite poor."

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ICT FC 1-1 Kilmarnock 22nd October 2016

Caley Jags' Brad McKay managed to shove Souleymane Coulibaly over in the box on 7 mins. Coulibaly converted the resulting penalty to give Killie an early lead. They were unable to extend this lead however with both Kris Boyd and Rory McKenzie hitting the post. Lonsana Doumbouya eventually levelled on 86 mins from close range.

Manager Richie Foran: "The spirit is always there but it was a bit of quality we were lacking today. Too many players had an off day. We gave away a silly penalty and gave ourselves a mountain to climb. We were lucky not to maybe go two down. We kept going, we created chances but our final ball was quite poor. Maybe it's a fair result. Lets give them credit. They looked really good but we have to be better..."

View the album here: 22-Oct-16, 72 Photos

"... we deserved a draw."

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ICT FC 0-1 Rangers 14th October 2016

Caley Jags ended their unbeaten run when they were unable to answer Kenny Miller's goal on 22 mins. The home side appeared to be in control up until the time Miller struck with an angled volley. Rangers then became more dominant up to the break gaining confidence from the goal. Caley jags fought back in the second half but were unable to draw level despite near misses from Aaron Doran and Alex Fisher.

Manager Richie Foran: "I'm disappointed for the players. We gave it our all. On chances alone I think we deserved a draw. We just lacked that wee bit of quality in front of goal. I think it's our best performance over the last six games... I can't complain. The lads have given their all but it just wasn't their night."

View the album here: 14-Oct-16, 52 Photos

"... they were the better team..."

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Hamilton Academical 1-1 ICT FC 1st October 2016

Caley Jags' unbeaten run continues due to a late strike from Liam Polworth. Accies took control of the game going ahead after 18 mins. Alexandre D'Acol was on hand to net from a rebound after keeper Owain Fon Williams saved an Ali Crawford header. Hamilton stoutly defended their lead and it took until the third minute of added time (90+3 mins) before Polworth's long range strike levelled the teams.

Manager Richie Foran: "... On overall play, I thought they were the better team. We've scored a couple of late goals now so I always thought one was going to drop for us. It's a great finish by Liam Polworth. The spirit was great. I'm delighted with the lads."

View the album here: 01-Oct-16, 53 Photos

"... we were ruthless..."

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ICT FC 3-1 Dundee FC 24th September 2016

Caley Jags extended their unbeaten run with a win against Dundee. Lonsana Doumbouya scored his first goal for the home side, after 8 mins, to put them ahead. Greg Tansey increased the lead when he scored from the spot, on 17 mins, after Julen Extabeguren was penalised after barging Billy King in the box. Not long into the second half, the lead was further extended when Liam Polworth scored on 51 mins. Late on, Dundee pulled one back from a Nicky Low free-kick on 86 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "We're going in the right direction. I thought we were ruthless in front of goal today. That's what we've been looking for. Good results breed confidence. We're climbing that table, looking up now. We've been through our bad patch. We didn't let it affect us. We were mentally strong and now we're starting to look good but I still believe there's a lot more to come from us."

View the album here: 24-Sep-16, 67 Photos

"... the hunger is there..."

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ICT FC 2-2 Celtic 18th September 2016

Caley Jags are now the first Premiership side to take a point from Celtic this season. Despite going behind twice the home side managed to draw level for the second time on 89 mins to share the points. Tomas Rogic volleyed in for the visitors on 17 mins. Billy King put the sides level again through a long range shot on 28 mins. Scott Sinclair put the visitors ahead again on 34 mins. Owain Fon Williams made a number of fine saves to thwart Celtic's attempts to increase the lead. Substitute Alex Fisher headed in the equaliser on 89 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "... I told the boys at half-time we will get one more chance, believe it, we will get one more chance and we did. The desire is there, the hunger is there, and there's still more to come from us, still more quality. When we do peak we're really going to punish some team, I really believe that."

View the album here: 18-Sep-16, 86 Photos

"... the poorest we've been..."

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Aberdeen 1-1 ICT FC 10th September 2016

Caley Jags fought back from a goal down to gain a point to take them off the bottom of the table. Niall McGinn put the Dons ahead after 51 mins. Ian Vigurs brought the sides level through a long range drive on 68 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "... I'm disappointed. I thought Aberdeen were there for the taking. I thought defensively, all over the park, we were magnificent. Attacking wise, going forward, that was the poorest we've been and I've told them that. Maybe in a few hours or a day or two I'll be happy with a point but at the moment I'm not."

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"... pure team spirit..."

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ICT FC 2-1 St Johnstone 27th August 2016

Caley Jags obtained their first league win of the season through a Josh Meekings' goal on 91 mins. Ross Draper first put the hosts into the lead, on 59 mins, heading in from a Greg Tansey free-kick. The Saints pulled level on 79 mins, through Richard Foster, and looked like they would share the points. Meekings' stoppage time goal ensured Caley Jags claimed all three points.

Manager Richie Foran: "... Man for man we were excellent and we should have been two or three up at half time so that was the only disappointing part. But I told the boys it wasn't quality that won the game, it was pure team spirit that they showed that got them the result. All over the park we were really good. This sets us up nicely for Aberdeen after the break..."

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"... too many players underperforming..."

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Hearts 5-1 ICT FC 20th August 2016

Caley Jags went to Tynecastle looking to pick up their first league points of the season. It was not to be as Hearts thumped them five-one. Don Cowie put the home side ahead on 7 mins. He then sent in a deep cross on 18 mins, which was met by Conor Sammon who headed over Owen Fon Williams into the net. Any hopes of a fight back in the second half faded on 47 mins when Cowie got his second. Two goals then came in rapid succession from Sam Nicholson on 78 and 79 mins. Caley Jags got one back on 87 mins through a Callum Paterson own goal.

Manager Richie Foran: "... We had more chances on goal today than we had in the previous three games, but you've got to put the ball in the net. We had too many players underperforming as well. I've got to take a big part of the blame for that as well - I picked the team, I picked the tactics, I picked the training through the week. They are top players but I'm not getting the best out of a few of them at the moment, so I'll take the blame for today..."

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ICT FC 2-3 Ross County 13th August 2016

The first home game of the season, a highland derby, was won by the Staggies through a Liam Boyce hat-trick. Boyce's first came when he nodded home a Craig Curran cross on just 7 mins to put County ahead. He then doubled the lead on 26 mins. Caley Jags replied just before the break through Scott Boden on 45 mins. County regained their lead 2 mins into the second half with Boyce completing his hat-trick. Ross Draper got Caley Jags' second on 65 mins. Despite later attempts from Jake Mulraney and Liam Polworth County held on to their lead.

Manager Richie Foran: "Defending. Poor defending. Switching off simple as that. We work hard on it as well. There's no excuses for it. I'll take my part of the blame they'll take their part... Overall we didn't deserve to win the game, we didn't even deserve to draw the game."

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"It's devastating..."

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Alloa Athletic 1-0 ICT FC 9th August 2016

Alloa Athletic progressed to the quarter-finals of the Scottish League Cup after their win over Caley Jags. The part-timers scored the only goal of the match on 28 mins through Jason Marr.

Manager Richie Foran: "I thought the better team lost the game. It was one punt into the box, we come charging out, we missed the ball and they score a goal from not even a half-chance, which is very disappointing. It's devastating to be knocked out of a cup but it was a better performance than Saturday's."

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"... disappointing result ..."

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Partick Thistle 2-0 ICT FC 6th August 2016

Partick Thistle hosted Caley Jags for the opening day of the new Premiership season. It was the Partick side that scored the goals and claimed the points. Chris Erskine scored on 36 mins. A second half goal then came from David Amoo on 60 mins.

Manager Richie Foran: "... I thought we had poor imagination in the final third. With the quality that we have up there I expect a little bit more but we didn't get enough help around Scott Boden... disappointing result but I can't be too hard on the lads. They've been magnificent since I've come in. I think we're in for a good season. We've got the quality. We just need to work on a few bits and pieces."

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ICT FC 7-0 Arbroath 30th July 2016

Scottish League Cup - Group C

Caley Jags went through to the last sixteen in the league cup after putting seven goals past Arbroath. Billy King was first to score with a goal on 10 mins. Scott Boden got the next two, the first on 18 mins and the second on 25 mins. Carl Tremarco scored his first of two on 37 mins. Ian Vigurs was next on the score sheet netting on 47 mins. Boden made it a hat-trick on 71 mins with Tremarco completing the rout on 87 mins.

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Dunfermline Athletic 1-5 ICT FC 26th July2016

Scottish League Cup - Group C

Caley Jags soundly defeated Dunfermline Athletic at East End Park. The Pars started well but a poor clearance, on 16 mins, by goalkeeper David Hutton went straight to Ian Vigurs who found the net. A Kallum Higginbotham's cross on 28 mins was headed in by Andy Geggan to bring the Pars back level. The Caley Jags' lead was re-established before the break with a second goal from Vigurs, this time from a free kick on 42 mins. Billy King increased the Inverness lead scoring in off Ryan Williamson on 54 mins. Vigurs made it a perfect hat-trick when he headed in his third on 66 mins. Carl Tremarco headed in number five for the Caley Jags, on 89 mins, after Greg Tansey's free-kick rebounded back of the post.

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"I see lots of positives ..."

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ICT FC 1-1 Dundee United (1-4 pens) 23rd July 2016

Scottish League Cup - Group C

Caley Jags opened the scoring on 35 mins. Carl Tremarco's throw-in near the corner flag, was nodded on by Gary Warren to Scott Boden who headed the ball home. United's response came at the start of the second half. Stewart Murdoch curled in the equaliser on 46 mins. The Tangerines then went on to claim the bonus point after winning the penalty shoot-out.

Manager Richie Foran: “On chances alone we controlled it. Both teams had wee spells of possession but we had enough chances to win the game. Going into penalties is a flip of a coin, and obviously I would have loved to win it, but I’m proud of the guys. I see lots of positives. We need to win the next two games then we’re through.”

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"I've got huge belief in all these players."

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Cowdenbeath 1-2 ICT FC 16th July 2016

Scottish League Cup - Group C

Richie Foran's first competitive game as the new Caley Jags' manager resulted in a win at Central Park. Cowdenbeath found themselves a goal down after Ross Draper scored on 13 mins. Dean Brett levelled for the Blue Brazil on 23 mins. Gary Warren headed in the winner on 74 mins. Caley Jags finished the day at the top of the League Cup Group C table.

Manager Richie Foran: "I'm pleased with the result, I thought we deserved it... Overall, it's a deserved three points, but we told the lads we expect a better performance, better passing. We were a bit slack to second balls. I enjoyed it in my first competitive game in charge because I've got huge belief in all these players. They've all got talent."

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Pre-Season Fixtures - Summer 2016

Forres Mechanics 1-3 ICT FC 19th July 2016

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Elgin City 0-3 ICT FC 12th July 2016

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Clachnacuddin 1-3 ICT FC 10th July 2016

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Buckie Thistle 1-8 ICT FC 9th July 2016

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Nairn County 0-3 ICT FC 7th July 2016

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Brora Rangers 1-1 ICT FC 5th July 2016

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