A covid19 restricted pre-season kicks off for the Caley Jags with a trip to Borough Briggs to face Elgin City tomorrow (Saturday 24th Sept)
The ball starts rolling at 14:00 behind closed doors but the Caley Jags media team will cover the game for you on Twitter.
Good to see Robbo talking positively ahead of the new season.
So, whats new I hear you say.........
Some are brand new to Inverness and some have come back for another shot at it. Coming back again after seven years away is striker Shane Sutherland coming in from Elgin City. Also returning is defender Danny Devine who had been at Partick Thistle and Dunfermline since he won the Scottish Cup with ICT in 2015.
Brand spanking new to the Caley Jags is defender Robbie Deas who was on the books at Celtic but had been loaned out to Cowdenbeath and Alloa Athletic over the last couple of seasons. The twenty year old will be a contender for central defence. Scott Allardice ply's his trade in midfield and began his career at Tannadice. He moved over to Ireland and played for Bohemians and Waterford.
We will also see more of Daniel Mackay who returns from his loan at Elgin and the likes of Lewis Toshney, Cameron Harper and Roddy MacGregor.
Stepping up to join the big boys are Academy graduates Ryan Fyffe and Harry Nicolson who have developed considerably in their loan spell at Ft William FC.
Sadly, we have had to lose some essential players like Captain Carl Tremarco, Col Donaldson, Tom Walsh, Jamie McCart, Shaun Rooney and Jordan White. The silver lining in that could see more game time for Nikolay Todorov, Kevin McHattie, Roddy MacGregor, Daniel Mackay and the emergence of our young team in what will be a challenging season on and off the park.
I believe that Brad Mackay is injured and might miss the start of the season.
Here's Shane. He can't keep away from Elgin.....