John Robertson takes a leave of absence after a family bereavement

Tue 23 February 2021 | 12:36

John Robertson, the Inverness boss, was given an empathetic leave after a family loss.

John Robertson

did not have the help of assistant manager

Scott Kellacher

, who is struggling with a serious illness and is going to be absent for a long time for the Scottish Championship club



Scot Gardiner

, the club CEO, said: “

John has done extraordinary work behind the scenes under the most difficult circumstances, particularly following the serious illness which struck down his assistant manager Scott Kellacher at the turn of the year.

“While Scott continues to make good progress away from the club, John has now suffered a bereavement in the saddest of circumstances.

“We believe that given those circumstances that it is best he takes some time away from the club to gather his strength. John is our friend and colleague and he is an exceptional coach.

“The chairman, the board of directors, the players and staff, are all looking forward to his return but in the meantime, all of our thoughts are with him and the rest of his family.”

Inverness are sitting eighth on the table and will lock horns with


on Tuesday after their 2-0 victory over


on Saturday.

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