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Caley football club supports Highland Hospice with new pink away shirt


By Will Clark

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle launch new pink PUMA away kit with players Sean Welsh and Natalie Bodiam. Picture: Trevor Martin
Inverness Caledonian Thistle launch new pink PUMA away kit with players Sean Welsh and Natalie Bodiam. Picture: Trevor Martin

Inverness Caledonian Thistle have gone pink with the launch of their new away kit for the 2020/21 campaign.

The club, which launched their new red and blue striped home kit last month after signing a deal with manufacturer Puma, have today released their away shirt.

The club have also announced that for every pink Puma shirt sold, the club will be making a donation to Highland Hospice.

A club spokesman said: "At times during the lockdown we have unwittingly or otherwise stood out from the crowd as a club but this time we are unashamedly standing out from the pack.

"The pandemic has been especially cruel to charities and the Highland Hospice has faced massive challenges during the lockdown and as part of the club's TogetherNess campaign, we want to be able to make a difference to people in the Highlands, no matter their circumstances and the hospice is very close to thousands of Highlanders hearts because of the incredible work they do."

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