Caley Thistle squad reassured over future of the club
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Players have been reassured there is no danger to the future of Inverness Caledonian Thistle after the club held an EGM last night.
Club officials met with shareholders at the Caledonian Stadium to discuss about plans to attract new investment to the Championship outfit.
It has been revealed Inverness have lost £800,000 annually since being relegated from the Premiership.
Manager John Robertson says meetings have been held with the squad to notify them of the situation and to ease any worries they have.
“I speak to chief executive officer Scot Gardiner every day where we have a chat about the state of the club, football department and academy,” he said.
“He is not overly concerned, but we’ve called the EGM because we need investment. He is confident, along with chairman Ross Morrison, there is no danger to the club."
Read more in today's Inverness Courier.
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