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Coaches look to improve training at Inverness Caley Thistle


By Andrew Henderson

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Caley Thistle head of youth development Charlie Christie says the club are actively looking at how to improve training when players can return to the pitch.

Picture - Ken Macpherson, Inverness. Scottish Challenge Cup. Inverness CT(0) v Clyde(0). 16.11.19. Inverness CT win 4-2 on penalties. ICT's Charlie Christie joined ICT coach Barry Wilson to take the game.
Picture - Ken Macpherson, Inverness. Scottish Challenge Cup. Inverness CT(0) v Clyde(0). 16.11.19. Inverness CT win 4-2 on penalties. ICT's Charlie Christie joined ICT coach Barry Wilson to take the game.

Premiership clubs were allowed to get back to work earlier this month, but from the Championship level downwards there is still uncertainty when players will return to training.

That question mark is an even bigger one at youth level, with grassroots sport expected to be one of the last restrictions to be lifted.

With schools not expected to be back in session until August, it does make the immediate future of football training uncertain.

Time is not going to waste however, with Christie saying discussions have already begun on how to make the most of the eventual comeback.

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