Caley Thistle will hold a public meeting next Tuesday for non-shareholding supporters unable to attend tonight’s extraordinary general meeting.
Inverness have called tonight’s EGM, which takes place at 7.30pm at Caledonian Stadium and is open to shareholders only, to detail the club’s plans to tackle the financial challenges of life in the Championship.
Supporters who do not own shares will have the opportunity to hear of the club’s plans at a public meeting, which will take place at the Inverness Caledonian Thistle social club on the city’s Greig Street at 7.30pm on Tuesday, October 8.
Chief executive Scot Gardiner is keen for all supporters to have the chance to be briefed on the club’s plans.
He said: “We are planning to have a meeting for members of the public who are not shareholders next Tuesday at the social club.
“It’s a chance to do a repeat for fans who are not shareholders, to let them ask questions.”
The Highlanders are now in their third successive season in the second-tier, and posted a loss of £810,000 for the period covering their first season following relegation from the top flight in 2017. Caley Jags are expected to announce a similar loss when the club holds its next annual general meeting.
Following the resignation of chairman Graham Rae and director Alan McPhee, Caley Jags are keen to attract new additions to the board along with fresh investment in order to help the club increase revenues.
The Muirfield Mills consortium which Rae and McPhee were part of had invested £1.1 million into Inverness since 2012, but last week indicated they would not provide any further financial backing to the club.