Skip to main contentAccess keys helpA-Z index

[an error occurred while processing this directive]
watch listen BBC Sport BBC Sport
Low graphics|Help
---------------
---------------
CHOOSE A SPORT
 
RELATED BBC SITES
Last Updated: Thursday, 29 March 2007, 23:04 GMT 00:04 UK
Harsh words forgotten - Christie
Inverness manager Charlie Christie
Charlie Christie reportedly said he would be leaving
Inverness head coach Charlie Christie says a heated dressing-room exchange is now forgotten as his side chase a hat-trick of victories over Rangers.

The boss was said to be livid after the 3-1 defeat by Dunfermline, reportdly telling his players that he would leave the club in the summer.

"Harsh words were said after the Dunfermline game," said Christie.

"One or two decided they weren't going to keep it in the changing-room, but that was their mistake."

Inverness chairman Alan Savage even went public to deny that Christie was leaving.

"On the Monday morning, we had a chat because the players wanted to straighten out a few things and there were no harsh words at all," said Christie.

"The players are all really looking forward to this game against Rangers and they are desperate to finish the season on a high.

"Rightly or wrongly, it is often the final games of the season which are remembered and we are starting off with the most difficult match on paper out of the last seven fixtures, but hopefully we can use it as a springboard going into the last six games."

SEE ALSO
Inverness say Christie will stay
22 Mar 07 |  Inverness CT


RELATED BBC LINKS:

RELATED INTERNET LINKS:
The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites

BBC PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
Daily and weekly e-mails | Mobiles | Desktop Tools | News Feeds | Interactive Television | Downloads
Sport Homepage | Football | Cricket | Rugby Union | Rugby League | Tennis | Golf | Motorsport | Boxing | Athletics | Snooker | Horse Racing | Cycling | Disability sport | Olympics 2012 | Sport Relief | Other sport...

Help | Privacy & Cookies Policy | News sources | About the BBC | Contact us