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Inverness Caledonian Thistle defender Lewis Toshney leaves the club by mutual consent


By Andrew Henderson


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Lewis Toshney has left Inverness Caledonian Thistle, the club has confirmed.

The defender has struggled for fitness this season after picking up an issue in a pre-season friendly against Elgin City.

Toshney signed for Caley Thistle in January 2020 on a free transfer after leaving Falkirk.

Lewis Toshney had returned to training, but did not feature in ICT's first team this season. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Lewis Toshney had returned to training, but did not feature in ICT's first team this season. Picture: Ken Macpherson

The 28-year-old made four appearances for ICT's first team, including playing 90 minutes in the Challenge Cup semi final against Rangers Colts.

Inverness say personal challenges brought on by the pandemic made the decision inevitable.

"Due to family pressures and the subsequent challenges of the pandemic and geographical distance, both the player and the club have sadly come to this mutual conclusion," a short club statement read.

"The club would like to wish Lewis the very best in his future career and thank him for his commitment both on and off the pitch."


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