Rasczak

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  1. Ex-ICT players' news

    Tom Aldred has signed on loan with Motherwell until the end of the season. Interesting quote in the article, "He has previous top flight experience in Scotland from a brief loan at Inverness Caley Thistle in 2011.". I didn't remember it being a loan, but I did get the pleasure of being at his last game for ICT, a friendly against Wick Academy, which was basically the under 20s of the time and a few first teamers. The story goes that he didn't like having to play with the youngsters, he got to captain the side as I remember, and was on the phone to his agent on the way back down the road.
  2. David Raven

    My first memory of him was the pre-season friendly against Coventry when he was laid out in a challenge and stretchered from the field in a neck brace and immobilised, and looked like it could be bad. When I spoke to him after the game he just had a bit of a headache. Tough guy who gave his all from day one.
  3. Inverness CT -V- St Mirren

    700 minutes reached.
  4. Scottish Cup 4th Round Draw

    Away to Dundee.
  5. Irn Bru Cup semi final

    They are in their first game, but after that it is down to be a free draw as far as I can see.
  6. Irn Bru Cup semi final

    As I posted in the matchday thread, I reckon the draw for the Semis will be ICT against Dumbarton and TNS against Crusaders. One non-Scottish team in the final might generate a bit of interest, but would there be any in Scotland if it was both?
  7. Inverness CT -V- Falkirk

    Draw for the Semis will be ICT against Dumbarton and TNS against Crusaders. The SPFL won't want to run the risk of both non-Scottish teams getting to the final, but having one there might generate a bit of interest.
  8. Inverness CT -V- Dunfermline

    First match I've managed to get to for a while. Thought we had it under control in the first hall without really putting them to the sword. Second half, Dunfermline came out of the blocks faster, but we kept it together enough. Still need to get sharper in front of goal, I think balls were coming behind instead of to feet, but definitely something to kick on from now.
  9. That by referring to tempering language means that using any swearing at all will treated as if you had carried out a deliberate criminal act. Of course there are cases where swearing can be an integral part of a criminal act, but a single utterance would not be the case, which should be abundantly clear without it having to be spelt out, although it seems I just had to. From reading further in the thread it seems like I am in a minority who sees the statement for what it is and that the club is being seen to take action. If others want to complain more vocally about this being dealt with correctly, than it that it happened, then there doesn't seem any point in debating any further. I'll know how I stand.
  10. Because PumpFake has completely misunderstood, as it appears have you, the point made in the statement.
  11. Yes, I also understood it.
  12. ^^^^^^^^^ Thinks F-Bomb is exactly the same as a Smoke Bomb.
  13. They are awful, awful that they have to be made due to the criminal behaviour of these 'supporters'. I would hope that these consequences will make it clear to others that may have thought about such behaviour that it will not be tolerated, prevents it happening again and so helps improve the atmosphere.