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Stronger Caley Thistle pose more of a threat, says Doran


By Andrew Henderson


Aaron Doran believes a stronger Inverness Caledonian Thistle squad this season is giving them more ways of breaking opposition teams down.

It has not been a case of picking quality or quantity for Caley Thistle this summer, as they have added a handful of players who have been first team regulars early in the campaign.

Inverness Caledonian Thistle vice-captain Aaron Doran believes their squad is much stronger compared to last season. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Inverness Caledonian Thistle vice-captain Aaron Doran believes their squad is much stronger compared to last season. Picture: Ken Macpherson

One key area that has been completely overhauled is up front, with Nathan Austin and Liam Polworth leaving the club and James Keatings, Miles Storey and Nikolay Todorov being brought in.

Storey made his first start since re-joining Caley Thistle last Saturday, displacing Jordan White, who appeared in all of ICT’s matches last season.

Doran believes the new-found strength in depth at the club is encouraging, and gives them more variety going forward.

“I think there’s just more of a fight for places this year,” he explained.

“People got left out of the squad last weekend, that wasn’t happening last season – if anything we were struggling to get enough players to fill the bench last season."

Read more in today's Inverness Courier.



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