Eagle4Caley

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  1. Joe Chalmers

    I get the feeling that Chalmers and Inverness are a good fit for each other.... strikes me as a player you miss when he's not playing. Guys like Chalmers (and Trafford) do the work that allow the other more creative players to prosper. We can all see now that the club and Robbo have done a pretty good job of rebuilding the team. I'm excited by the potential.
  2. Inverness CT -V- Queen of the South

    TBF it's no more than a goal a game....and three of those games, we were down to 10men, the settled backline that had that great record, hasn't been settled in those 6 games, so I think it's still a solid run, defensively...seems that Calder has settled in and looked good past couple of games, and if Seedorf could stay fit he has real potential. Great to see Doran score today. he looked pretty good against Falkirk as well...it's almost like a new quality signing Has to be said after a shambolic season last year and a difficult summer and start to the season, the team has come on leaps and bounds, and in Donaldson, Bell, Chalmers, Oakley, Seedorf, Ridgers and Calder we are seeing additions that are looking worthwhile having been given a bit of time (I think Trafford is in the same category, but hasn't played much recently, Baird I think has done OK, Austin obviously to soon to tell). Both Mulraney and Brad Mckay seem to have kicked on this year, and for all the criticism of him Polworth looks an increasingly important player for us. Vigurs and Tremarco have been stella for us, but I'm looking at the newbies and the youngsters Not only am I up for the Falkirk home game in March...but I have managed to sort another trip up for our last home game against Dumfermline, my gut feeling is we'll have secured a play-off position by the end of that game, the play-offs are of course a marathon if you finish in 3rd/4th, and I don't think it's been done very often, but I can see us going the whole way (which I didn't expect to be saying a few months ago) if we are lucky with injuries, and suspensions.
  3. Inverness CT -V- Falkirk

    Looks like Nathan Austin is already having an effect! Oakley does seem to be finding the net quite regularly now Overall a great result .... I think we've killed any prospect of relegation, and now seem to be looking more likely as a play-off contender with 3rd place looking very attainable.
  4. Irn Bru Cup semi final

    If you meant the semi-final...this off the SPFL site https://spfl.co.uk/challenge-cup/fixture/3640398/ Would be handy to know what day the final would be played on....wife and I are booked for the home match on the 24th...but if we get through that's out the window...I have hotels booked all over Scotland at the mo, but just how many advance rail tickets can I book to cover all angles!
  5. Inverness CT -V- Livingston

    Gripping stuff following that at work, I guess I would have taken the point given the sending off...if we could have just kept 11 on the park! Still thinking we'll eventually get into the play-offs
  6. Zak Elbouzedi

    Seems like a good move
  7. Morton -V- Inverness CT

    Watching the highlights Mortons No.9 blocks Tremarco deliberately during one attack to stop him covering the wing play, then holds him back....Tremarco puls him over to get clear...the ref sees that but misses both infringements by their player Ridgers pulled off a couple of great saves...one from a free kick showing a fleetness of foot that would shame my other team's so-called Welsh No.1 Hard to tell from a few hghlights but Seedorf looked OK, particularly going forward So far we have only been beaten in the last 12 games when we have been down to 10 men.
  8. James Vincent

    James Vincent always seemed a bit injury prone....probably not a good bet His run up the pitch to score the winning goal in the Cup Final is the memory we should let linger in our hearts for eternity
  9. Inverness CT -V- Dumbarton

    From the highlights, which admittedly will probably have painted a rosier picture, we looked pretty decent and could well have won by a couple more, with Ridgers only having to make one pretty decent save to keep us in front. A 10th clean sheet in 11 games though....alright not against the mightiest of opposition, but in anybody's book that's pretty impressive stuff! Coupled to a thumping win for my other side, made me as happy as Larry...oh and what a way for Celtic to lose their unbeaten run!
  10. Carl Tremarco...extended contract

    Just seen on Twitter, Carl has penned a two year extension to his contract. Great news, that's half the defence sorted We're going in the right direction If we get Connor Bell tied up soon, that'll make a good Christmas
  11. Coll Donaldson

    Fantastic!... I enjoyed letting the guys in my London office know about this. They gave me a slightly bemused response!
  12. MulrAneY 15

    Has he played any games for anyone? a 19 year with even less game time or experience that most of our squad I hope with still have Jake for the rest of the season...however a properly fit and motivated Doran should be a game changer
  13. QOS -V- Inverness CT

    Something rather awesome about a team that got relegated rather badly, faced all sorts of upheaval over the summer, with a large turnover of players with a lot of newcomers of perhaps questionable pedigree (by that I mean experience and quality) having had a terrible start to the season, and earning strong criticism from fans, questioning both players and managers competence, now completing 9 shutouts out of 10games (with the one loss aided and abetted by incompetent officials)...with the latest after a horrendous journey down. if there's such a thing, this season is becoming a bit of a mini epic, one that makes me proud to consider myself an ICT supporter. By coincidence my other team also earned a battling draw after a difficult journey away, but just a mere 2 and half hours stuck on a train in the cold and dark!
  14. Inverness CT -V- Brechin

    Chuffed for Baird, and Oakley....Bell on target again, and another clean sheet. It might be 'only' Brechin, but actually they've rarely been stuffed this season and got a decent draw with Dundee Utd at the weekend. With Brad's goal that is more tonight than all our previous home league games!
  15. Big Man / Wee man versus Wee Man / Wee Man

    I tend to like the Big Man/Small Man combination which would suggest Oakley and Bell together.... be interesting with Doran on one side and Mulraney on the other However I've liked what I've seen of Baird in recent games, if both Baird and Oakley could start scoring goals we'd have a nice problem on our hands