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Season 2009 - 2010


"... It's the proudest moment of my career... it's just incredible."



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ICT FC 1-0 Dundee 1st May 2010

It was party time at Tulloch Caledonian Stadium as the Caley Jags celebrated their league championship and return to the SPL. The day started early with pre-match entertainment, then there was the 1-0 defeat of Dundee, followed by the award presentations and fireworks. The day just got better and better. Prior to kick off the Highland Marchers did a lap of honour with Terry Butcher. They then, along with the Dundee team, lined up to clap the champions onto the pitch. Caley Jags wanted to extend their winning streak and not surprisingly it was Adam Rooney who scored the only goal of the match on 28 mins. Rooney went on to set up Eric Odhiambo for two golden opportunities, both went wide... but it did not matter! Championees! Championees! Well done all, and all the best in the SPL next season.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... It's the proudest moment of my career, let alone as a player. I played for England, I played in World Cups and all this sort of thing, but when you're responsible for a club, coming back from where we were last year, it's just incredible."

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01-May-10, 178 Photos


"... all our Christmases have come at once"



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Ayr United 0-7 ICT FC 24th April 2010

A large travelling support went to Somerset Park to celebrate the mid-week confirmation of the league title win by Caley Jags. The team were also in celebratory mood and marked the occasion with a decisive 7-0 defeat of Ayr United. Caley Jags' first came after only 90 secs when Johnny Hayes stuck home after the ball rebounded from Ayr keeper Craig Samson. The second came when Richie Foran's cross on 10 mins was met by Adam Rooney who headed past Samson inside the six-yard box. The next came on 13 mins. This time it was a Hayes cross that was headed home by Foran. On 42 mins Hayes managed to cut the ball back to Eric Odhiambo who had no trouble scoring from close range. It was to be seven goals from seven different team members. It was Danny Sanchez who was next to score with a near-post header from a Hayes corner on 75 mins. Then it was Robert Eagle on 85 mins with a 15 yard drive. Finally Gavin Morrison added his name to the list of scorers on 89 mins when he netted from a free-kick from the edge of the 18-yard box.

Manager Terry Butcher: “..We've been getting better and better with each game and I felt sorry for Ayr but we just couldn't let up because it wouldn't be fair to the rest of the league and also because we'd planned a right good weekend on the back of this. I wish I could bottle this feeling and keep it. It's the chairman's birthday but it's like all our Christmases have come at once."

24-Apr-10, 142 Photos


"The whole squad has been magnificent."



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ICT FC 2-0 Dunfermline 17th April 2010

So near, yet still so near! Caley Jags move to within a cat's whisker of sealing the league title. Today's win means only Dundee can match Caley Jags on points come the end of the season, but they need to overturn the 18 goal difference to come out ahead. Although Caley Jags came out on top today it was Dunfermline who first got the ball in the net. They did this twice in the first 26 mins. However, the first time they scored Steven MacDougall was judged to be offside. The second followed a deliberate hand ball which resulted in a yellow card for Nick Phinn. Half time was reached with a clean sheet for both sides. It was only 10 mins into the second half when a long ball from Ross Tokely was met by Adan Rooney, who lobbed it home from 20 yards for his 25th of the season. This was followed on 62 mins with a goal from Richie Foran.

Manager Terry Butcher: “We're not there yet, even though we have a better goal difference by 18 and I see it going to Saturday, down at Ayr... but it's something to look forward to... The whole squad has been magnificent. There were gaps in the squad before because it was new and people didn't know each other... but, the more the season has worn on, the more that unity has grown and grown. There's a unity and a respect for each other, which wasn't there at the start of the season, and everybody has played their part."

17-Apr-10, 102 Photos


"... there is nothing better... "


Queen of the South 1-3 ICT FC 10th April 2010

Caley Jags stay on track for SPL promotion by picking up three points at Palmerston. However, it was Queens who were first to score with the opening goal coming on 10 mins. Rocco Quinn's pass was met by Willie McLaren who finished with a near post shot past Ryan Esson. It was on 42 mins that Caley Jags managed to draw level. Richie Foran's cross from the by-line was met by Adam Rooney who tapped it home from within the six-yard box. It was another Richie Foran cross, this time on 67 mins, that led to Caley Jags' second goal. The ball was met by the head of Grant Munro before being redirected into the Queens' net. Queens then went down to ten men when Bob Harris was given a red card for bringing down Jonny Hayes. The points were sealed on 88 mins when Foran again played in Rooney who then scored his second of the match.

Manager Terry Butcher: "This was not our best performance, but I always fancy us to score. Even after going behind I knew we had shown a lot of resilience in this campaign and I always felt we could grab a couple of goals... There is nothing better than a happy dressing room after a six-match winning run."

Thanks to Johnny Weir for this week's photographs.

10-Apr-10, 14 Photos

Greenock Morton 0-2 ICT FC 6th April 2010

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"... I feared the worst... "



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ICT FC 4-3 Raith Rovers 3rd April 2010

Caley Jags required a last minute goal to secure all three points to keep their top of the table lead. Raith were first to score but Caley Jags fought back to bring it to 3-1. Unfortunately, the foot then came off the hosts' pedal and Raith managed to draw level before going down to ten men when Stephen Simmons was sent off on 88 mins. A period of sustained pressure resulted in a welcome last minute Caley Jags' goal to deny Raith a share of the points. Raith first scored on 12 mins when a Jamie Mole cross was picked up by Iain Williamson who slotted the ball low into the corner of the net. The Caley Jags' reply came on 29 mins when Richie Foran scored from 10 yards after being picked out by Adam Rooney. Then on 41 mins Foran repaid Rooney with a pass that allowed him to go on to send the ball under Raith keeper David McGurn. Caley Jags then felt they'd sealed the match, in the second half, on 56 mins after Eric Odhiambo picked up a Rooney pass. Odhiambo then got past McGurn to tap into the empty Raith net. However, a Gregory Tade header on 65 mins pulled one back for Raith. Mole then went on to get the equaliser on 74 mins. Both sides dug deep looking for the winner but it Foran's overhead kick 4 mins into added time that was the decider.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... I thought over the game we did OK. Having gone a goal down, I feared the worst because they looked a well organised team, Tade and Mole were causing us problems up front.  I thought we showed a lot of belief and a lot of bottle to get back in the game the way we did and get the lead at half time..."

03-Apr-10, 94 Photos


"... a double whammy... "

ICT FC 3-0 Ross County 30th March 2010

Caley Jags go four points clear at the top of the table after their latest encounter with local rivals Ross County. The Staggies evening didn't go to their plan when after only 13 mins Alex Keddie was given his marching orders after a tackle on Richie Foran. Foran scored one minute later from the resulting free kick. Caley Jags followed this with two further goals in the first half. The first came on 16 mins from Eric Odhiambo who was set up by Jonny Hayes. Heyes went on to add the third himself, on 40 mins, with a 30 yd dash followed by a 20 yd strike. The second half saw opportunities fall to both sides but the score remained 3-0.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... We've got to keep everybody's feet on the ground now and make sure they don't get carried away because you can come unstuck... I'm not too sure if it was a red card, but it was a double whammy for us because Richie scored from the free-kick..."

30-Mar-10, 44 Photos

Partick Thistle 0-1 ICT FC 27th March 2010

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"... it was disappointing we did not score more goals... "

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ICT FC 4-0 Airdrie United 23rd March 2010

Caley Jags are now only one point behind league leaders Dundee after collecting three points following their encounter with Airdrie United. It was four goals for Caley Jags with no reply. Adam Rooney was first to have the ball in the net on 10 mins, after being set up by Richie Foran. Foran then went on to score the second himself, 14 mins later. There were no more goals before half time. With only 2 mins gone after play restarted Grant Munro scored from a Jonny Hayes corner. Finally on 83 mins Hayes scored the last of the match.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... It helped boost the goal difference but to be honest it was disappointing we did not score more goals. That is our third clean sheet in a row and the defence has done well. They have laid the foundations for us to continue to climb the table. We are creating chances and I will be happy to continue creating them. We are very dangerous going forward at the moment, allied with a strong foundation at the back."

23-Mar-10, 42 Photos


"... a really, really hard fought match... "


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Ross County 0-0 ICT FC 20th March 2010

Caley Jags move a point closer to Dundee at the top of the table after a no goal encounter at Victoria Park. The Staggies looked most likely to score in the first half, but luck was not on their side. A change in the Caley Jags formation in the second half allowed them to create attacking chances. However, a strike off the inside left post from 12 yards, by substitute Robert Eagle, was as close as Caley Jags came to scoring.

Manager Terry Butcher: “...Ross County had the majority of the pressure possibly. The back four had to defend well. Ryan only had one save to make and it was a crucial save and Robert Eagle had a great chance at the other end... Both sides have had one clear cut chance each and haven't taken it. It was a really, really hard fought match but we're happy with the point..."

20-Mar-10, 44 Photos


"... horrible really... "


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ICT FC 1-0 Morton 13th March 2010

Caley Jags move to within three points of league leader Dundee after defeating Greenock Morton. A single Caley Jags' goal from Nick Ross was enough to decide the game. It came on 65 mins when Adam Rooney slipped the ball through allowing Ross to finish from six yards.

Manager Terry Butcher: “It was horrible really. Horrible to watch and very frustrating for the players because Morton strung nine men across the park and left one up and made it very difficult for us to break them down or allow us through them... In the end it was a good breakaway goal, which typifies us really this season. For Inverness one of the most wonderful sights you could see was the number 9, a local boy, hitting the winner from about six yards..."

13-Mar-10, 41 Photos


"... It's great! ... "

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ICT FC 3-1 Queen of the South 9th March 2010

Caley Jags gained three important points after beating fellow promotion hopefuls Queen of the South. Adam Rooney's hat trick, and favourable results elsewhere, ensured that Caley Jags finished the evening second spot in the table six points behind leader's Dundee. The opening goal came from Rooney, on 42mins, with a close range effort. In the second half, he doubled the lead on 52 mins, with a left foot shot from just inside the box. Queen's David Weatherspoon was taken down in the box resulting in a penalty. This resulted in them pulling back a goal on 61 mins. Caley Jags were later awarded a penalty which Rooney converted on 76 mins.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... We carry such a goal threat now, from everyone in the team not just Adam. It's great! Sometimes we're guilty of pushing too many men forward but the team seems to be growing in confidence more and more.,."

09-Mar-10, 51 Photos


"... I'm livid... "

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Dundee 2-2 ICT FC 6th March 2010

Caley Jags repeated their Alba Cup final script by going two goals up only to be pulled back level by Dundee. There were no goals in the first half but Caley Jags looked like they would go on to score. They did not disappoint with Ritchie Foran heading in the opener on 46 mins. They doubled their lead on 59 mins when Eric Odhiambo tapped in an Adam Rooney cross. Dundee fought back and Brian Kerr scored from a volley on 78 mins. They then went on to draw level on 84 mins when Gary Harkins' 25 yard shot was deflected past Ryan Esson off the Caley Jags' defence.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... I'm livid about any goal we concede, but particularly the manner of the two goals we did today. I don't know what it is. But if we want to go up to the SPL we have to show the correct passion and desire."

06-Mar-10, 63 Photos


"... it's been a shambles... "

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ICT FC 3-3 Ayr United 27th February 2010

Caley Jags managed to salvage a point from their encounter with Ayr United after going behind twice. Although dominating the game from the start they went behind after 25 mins when Andrew Aitken produced Ayr's opener. This was followed five minutes later when Mark Roberts doubled the lead. Caley Jags fought back and were rewarded on 45 mins with a Richie Foran goal. The pressure was maintained from the start of the second half and on 61 mins Jonny Hayes drew the sides level. Ayr struck back ten minutes later with a goal from Tam McManus. The lead was cut back again when Caley Jags equalised on 90 mins from an Adam Rooney penalty.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... from a defensive point of view it's been a shambles really. We've shot ourselves in the foot twice... I thought our chance had gone, I thought we'd blown it. In the end, we were just grateful to get the penalty... I thought we dominated the game, we made a lot of chances to score, we just haven't been ruthless enough. It's about people taking command and dealing with things and we didn't do that."

27-Feb-10, 70 Photos

Raith Rovers 0-4 ICT FC 13th February 2010

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Kilmarnock 3-0 ICT FC 6th February 2010

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"... aren't ruthless enough... "

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ICT FC 2-1 Partick Thistle 30th January 2010

Caley Jags came from behind to move to third place in the table. A 30 yard strike on 15 mins by Marc Corcoran beat Ryan Esson and put Partick ahead. Caley Jags pulled level on 38 mins after Jonny Hayes blasted the ball past Partick keeper Jonny Tuffey. Adam Rooney failed to score from the spot on 68 mins. He made up for this on 89 mins, scoring from a second penalty.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... We are certainly making the chances but we still aren't ruthless enough when it comes to taking them. I think that's going be a thing that's going to hold us back from where we should be unless we get it sorted out quickly... I didn't have any doubts about Adam for the second penalty, it certainly took a lot of bottle to step up and take it.."

30-Jan-10, 68 Photos

Airdrie United 0-1 ICT FC 23rd January 2010

.Caley Jags celebrated Ross Tokely's 500 appearance for the club with a hard fought win over Airdrie United. Despite early chances falling to Richie Foran and Danni Sanchez, Airdrie's defence held out until two minutes from the end of the first half when Caley Jags were awarded a penalty. Adam Rooney sent the keeper the wrong way to provide his side with the only goal of the match.

23-Jan-10, 6 Photos (Provided by Johnny Weir)


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ICT FC 2-0 Motherwell 18th January 2010

Caley Jags progress to round five of the Scottish Cup after beating SPL side Motherwell by two goals. Following a Dougie Imrie corner, Nauris Bulvitis scrambled the ball beyond Motherwell keeper John Ruddy to secure the opener on 43 mins. Imrie went on to get Caley Jags' second on 62 mins when he blasted the ball home from 12 yards.


18-Jan-10, 41 Photos


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ICT FC 1-1 Dundee 26th December 2009

Caley Jags held off the visitors until the end of the first half. A penalty on 45 mins resulted in a goal from Leigh Griffiths. Caley Jags replied on 57mins when Adam Rooney gained possession after a poor back-pass by Brian Kerr. His resulting shot beat Rab Douglas to level for the home side.


26-Dec-09, 67 Photos

Dunfermline 0-0 ICT FC 19th December 2009

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ICT FC 1-0 Raith Rovers 12th December 2009

Thick fog reduced visability but didn't stop the home side's dominance of the game. A goal on 23 mins from Adam Rooney was enough to see all three points go to Caley Jags.


12-Dec-09, 53 Photos


"... a tremendous first-half... "

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Dundee 3-2 ICT FC 22nd November 2009

Caley Jags had an excellent first half to their Alba Cup Final, going into the break two goals to nil. Their first came on 20 mins when Adam Rooney's header hit the back of the net. Nauris Bulvitis scored Caley Jags' second on 33 mins following a Jonny Hayes' corner. Dundee regrouped at half time, to the surprise of both sets of fans, and scored three goals to seal the Cup Final. The turnaround started on 48 mins with an own goal from Bulvitis. The equaliser came on 53 mins from Gary Harkins with a close-range strike. The winner came on 83 mins from Craig Forsyth.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... We had a tremendous first-half... some of the football was fantastic. When it got to 2-2, the next goal really was going to win it and Dundee got it."

22-Nov-09, 105 Photos


"Today was very pleasing ... "

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ICT FC 2-0 Airdrie United 14th November 2009

Caley Jags achieved their second league home win of the season. They put two past Airdrie United and maintained a clean sheet. Their first came just before the break on 45 mins when Dani Sanchez managed to poke a shot through keeper Stephen Robertson's legs. Caley Jags' second came from Eric Odhiambo on 69 mins via a left foot volley into the far corner.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... Today was very pleasing... three points, a clean sheet, a couple of good goals particularly one from Eric Odhiambo, and Dani Sanchez scored again.  Despite the good bits I was disappointed as we had some great positions and didn't score more goals but for certain little parts of the game I thought we dominated the match...."

14-Nov-09, 46 Photos


"... it was the performance from hell... "

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Ross County 2-1 ICT FC 7th November 2009

It's three steps forward and one back as Caley Jags fail to build on their recent improved performance. The disappointing result saw them defeated for the second time this season by rival SPL hopefuls Ross County. The lack of points also saw them slump back into the lower half of the table. County went ahead on 18 mins after Scott Boyd headed home after Scott Morrison's free-kick rebounded out after striking the underside of the crossbar. County's second came just two minutes later. This time Michael Gardyne headed in from a Morrison cross. On 82 mins Adam Rooney's penalty was stopped by Michael McGovern. Rooney however pounced on the rebound to pull one back for the Caley Jags.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... we've let the whole of Inverness down... it's bitterly disappointing... I'm in despair... it was the performance from hell..."

07-Nov-09, 71 Photos


"... there's more to come... "

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ICT FC 4-1 Greenock Morton 31st October 2009

Today, Caley Jags had their first home win of the season and an Adam Rooney hat-trick. Rooney's first came after 19 mins. A long ball from Stuart Golabek was skilfully knocked down in the box by Dougie Imrie and blasted home from 16 yards by Rooney. This was followed on 31 mins by a close range effort from Nauris Bulvites. Morton reduced the lead 2 mins later with a goal from Erik Paartalu. Rooney's second came on 42 mins after he was threaded the ball, from outside the box, by Richie Foran. Rooney then went on to convert a penalty on 51 mins, after David McGregor tugged back Dougie Imrie in the box.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... We are making progress... the boys showed good spirit and a good team effort and ethic as well. Everybody worked very hard today. It's a nice feeling and one of relief. If you're going to win at home, then win like that... We know they can get better and there's more to come from the team, it's really, really pleasing today."

31-Oct-09, 61 Photos

Ayr United 1-5 ICT FC 24th October 2009

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"... we didn't do enough... "

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ICT FC 1-1 Dunfermline Athletic 17th October 2009

Caley Jags continued their disappointing home performance and shared today’s points with the Pars. After holding off Dunfermline, for the whole of the first half, Caley Jags pulled ahead on 45 mins with a close range goal from David Proctor. The Pars, however, pulled level on 69 mins with a headed goal from substitute Andy Kirk. Caley Jags had late opportunities fall to Adam Rooney and Proctor but they were unable to regain the lead.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... we didn't do enough in the game to win it in terms of possession and keeping the ball that's for sure... a draw was a fair result..."

17-Oct-09, 72 Photos


"... bitterly disappointing... "

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ICT FC 1-3 Queen of the South 10th October 2009

Caley Jags go down 3-1 for the second time this season to a team above them in the league. A hat-trick from Derek Holmes ensured his side ended the day at the top of the division. His first came after only 32 secs with a 25-yard volley. Jonny Hayes replied for Caley Jags on 18 mins when he fired home from a free-kick. Holmes' second came from a close-range header on 83 mins. His final of the day came on 90 mins when he fired in low from 12 yards.

Manager Terry Butcher: “"... We had a bad start, a goal down in 32 seconds but after that I thought we played some good football... It's bitterly disappointing because we've lost a game that we felt we should have got at least a point out of, if not three. We created good opportunities... it's just that final chance, that final effort that's not going in for us at the moment."

10-Oct-09, 51 Photos


"... something to cheer about at long last... "

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ICT FC 1-0 Ross County 4th October 2009

Caley Jags go through to the Alba Challenge Cup, where they meet Dundee at McDiarmid Park on the 22nd November, after with a narrow win over Ross County. Caley Jags got the only goal of the match on 44 mins. Grant Munro's high ball into the box was met by Richie Foran and then fell to Robert Eagle. His subsequent shot across to the back of the goal mouth resulted in the ball landing at the back of the net.

Manager Terry Butcher: "... It gives the players a lot of confidence to beat Ross County, win at home, keep a clean sheet, and give our fans something to cheer about at long last. Beating Ross County is a big thing for us because last time they came here they won 3-1 and murdered us, so we knew we had to do a lot better, which we did..."

Ross County Manager Derek Adams: "... When we let ourselves down it was our mistakes. They didn't really cut us open and the cross just before half-time was the difference between teams. Obviously the cross from Robert Eagle went in at the back post and there's not a lot can be done about that, but in the end I didn't think there was much between the sides..."

04-Oct-09, 80 Photos


"... we were a shambles... "

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ICT FC 2-3 Partick Thistle 26th September 2009

Yet another poor home result sees Caley Jags fall to the bottom half of the table. Partick gained all three points through a first half performance which saw Caley Jags go into the half time break three goals down. An improved Caley Jags second half performance saw no more goals from the opposition and two home goals that just ensure a positive goal difference seven games into the season. Partick's Liam Buchanan's double on 38 and 39 mins was followed on 45 mins with a goal from Alan Archibald. Adam Rooney converted a penalty on 63 mins and Richie Foran headed home on 76 mins.

Manager Terry Butcher: “"...we were a shambles, total shambles!... quite rightly the crowd booed the players off at half-time... I'm so disappointed for our fans because they've turned up in numbers this season... bought more season tickets this season than last and yet we've got one point out of nine at home... we'll be in tomorrow...  I cannot give them time off after that performance."

Partick Thistle Manager Ian McCall: "... we had to withstand some tremendous pressure from Inverness in the last 15 minutes or so... there were few clear cut chances though... indeed between their penalty and the second goal they created virtually nothing... just as I was proud of my players today I was also proud of the Thistle supporters. I would like to thank them for making the trip today and providing us with such excellent support. It's something that myself, my coaching staff and the players very much appreciate."

26-Sep-09, 80 Photos

Airdrie United 1-1 ICT FC 19th September 2009

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ICT FC 3-2 Nairn County 13th September 2009

A win in the final over Nairn County saw Caley Jags pick up the Nutel North of Scotland Cup. Gavin Morrison put Caley Jags into the lead, scoring from a free kick on 3 mins. A second followed on 29 mins via the head of Shane Sutherland. County pulled one back on 45 mins through Gregg Main. The two goal marrgin was regained on 68 mins when Adam Rooney scored. County fought back and were rewarded when substitute Willie Barron scored on 79 mins.


13-Sep-09, 29 Photos


"... this (win) was vital... "

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Morton 0-3 ICT FC 12th September 2009

CaleyJags had a fruitful visit to Cappielow, returning north with all three points. Danni Sanchez netted the ball on 13 mins but was ruled offside. Sanchez however struck again during injury time to put CaleyJags ahead. Richie Foran increased the lead on 60 mins scoring from 12 yards. A third goal came on 85 mins, from David Proctor.

Manager Terry Butcher: “"...This was vital. They pinned us in after the break and our second came against the run of play."

12-Sep-09, 75 Photos

Partick Thistle 1-1 ICT FC (3-4 pen) 6th September2009

Photo courtesy of Robert McKendrick.

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"... very disappointing... "

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ICT FC 1-3 Ross County 29th August 2009

A lacklustre Caley Jags surrender three points to local rivals Ross County as they go down three goals to one. County took the lead after only 10 mins when Paul Di Giacomo's overhead kick was diverted by Stuart Kettlewell past Ryan Esson. Ex Caley Jaggie, Ian Vigurs extended the County lead on 53 mins. Jonny Hayes reduced the lead on 60 mins. The equaliser never materialised and County regained their two goal lead with Richard Brittain scoring on 76 mins.

Manager Terry Butcher: “" is very disappointing because we know we can play a lot, lot better than that and it wasn't just one or two that were poor - the majority were. One supporter behind the dugout was saying "make a substitution" but I can't put on eleven subs! At the end of the day it's impossible for me to do that but that's what I felt like doing..."

29-Aug-09, 91 Photos


"... we haven't played particularly well... "

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ICT FC 4-0 Albion Rovers 25th August 2009

Caley Jags progress comfortably to the third round of the Co-operative Insurance Cup with a clean sheet win over Albion Rovers. The first of the Caley Jags goals came on 8 mins from Robert Eagle. A further 8 mins passed before Adan Rooney made it two by converting a Richie Foran cross. Nauris Bulvitis scored the third 4 mins from half time. Grant Munro sealed the Caley Jags victory on 57 mins.

Manager Terry Butcher: “We took the chances at the right time... Albion Rovers started well today and then we scored... we haven't played particularly well and that's down to Albion Rovers as well... I thought they were very well organised, they gave us quite a few problems on the night but that little bit of quality when it mattered helped us..."

25-Aug-09, 33 Photos

Dundee 2-2 ICT FC 22nd August 2009

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"... first class... "

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ICT FC 3-0 Stranraer 18th August 2009

Caley Jags go through to the quarter-finals of the Alba Challenge Cup after scoring three goals against Stranraer with no reply. All goals came in the first half with Richie Foran opening on 12 mins with a 16 yard strike. A cut back from Jonny Hayes on 29 mins allowed Danni Sanchez to net the second. Foran got his second of the match on 32 mins when he was picked out by Robert Eagle allowing him to knock home from 12 yards.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... I thought the attitude from the boys was first class. We got the ball down, there was some good passes, some good movement, some good goals...."

18-Aug-09, 46 Photos


"... the performance is not acceptable... "

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ICT FC 0-0 Ayr United15th August 2009

Caley Jags share the points today after a goalless encounter with Ayr United.

Manager Terry Butcher: “I think that today was an indication of how poor we can be... the boys have been told after the game that the performance is not acceptable to us... last week compared to this week was like two different teams..."

15-Aug-09, 55 Photos

Dunfermline Athletic 0-1 ICT FC 8th August 2009

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"... a much better performance... "

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ICT FC 4-0 Annan Athletic 1st August 2009

Caley Jags overcame Annan Athletic to go through to the second round of Co-operative Insurance Cup. On 21 mins, Caley Jags went ahead when Dougie Imrie's cross was headed home by Adam Rooney. Goals followed from Robert Eagle on 52 mins, Imrie on 72 mins and Dani Sanchez on 87 mins.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... Annan are a very well organised side... they frustrated us and we couldn't get our full-backs on the ball. In the end it was a case of getting more movement, getting little Dani on the ball in higher areas. The more the game went on, the more space there was.  A different match from last week but a much better performance..."

01-Aug-09, 91 Photos


"... It was a decent performance... "

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ICT FC 1-3 Dundee United 28th July 2009

Caley Jags went behind after 9 mins when David Goodwillie fired past Ryan Esson from inside the box. Caley Jags equalised on 37 mins after Dougie Imrie outpaced Paul Dixon to cut back to Dani Sanchez who swept the ball past Banks. On 54 mins Dundee United retook the lead when Goodwillie headed past Esson from close range. United got their third on 79 mins when Danny Cadamarteri blasted the ball from 22 yards to beat substitute keeper Kyle Allison.

Manager Terry Butcher: “... Dani (Sanchez) is not quite at the same fitness level as the others but he still adds a bit of class to the squad. I thought he did very well and the crowd liked him as well... They looked good, we had a good shape to the team in the first half and Dundee United came out better in the second half... It was a great lesson and we had to chop and change our team a bit. It was a decent performance but I thought class told in the end..."

28-Jul-09, 37 Photos


"... we just couldn't break them down... "

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ICT FC 1-1 Montrose (5-3 pen) 25th July 2009

Lionel Djebi-Zadi scored the deciding penalty as Caley Jags scrape through this round of the Alba Challenge Cup against Third Division Montrose. After full time it was one goal each. Caley Thistle had taken the lead on 45 mins when Roy McBain's shot deflected off Sean Crighton into his own net. Montrose equalised on 87 mins when Ryan Esson was lobbed by Jordan Leyden. Extra time failed to produce a winner and Caley Jags found themselves in a penalty shoot-out.

Manager Terry Butcher: "... fair play to Montrose, they battled really well and had a good shape.  We pushed three up at the end and were very, very positive and adventurous but we just couldn't break them down.  That was through our sloppy play, poor finishing, poor crossing, all these kinds of things..."

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