Jaggernaut

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  1. MulrAneY 15

    I thought that this, the game against Falkirk, was Jake's best game for the Jags, in my opinion of the games i have seen. He has pace to burn, set up goals and scored his first goal for ict. I hope that this gives him the confidence to sustain it for the rest of the season. It was just a pity he had to come off injured.
  2. MulrAneY 15

    And will end up at county later!
  3. Inverness CT -V- Falkirk

    Great result and performance. The referee was a joke as was stand side linesman. He let them away with murder, not one booking for them when they should have had several. He was greeted with a great chorus of boos when he left the field. I hope Tremarco hasn't agrivated his knee injury as he limped off the park. As I said, a great team performance.
  4. St Mirren -V- Inverness CT

    I thought Oakley did enough last week to at least keep his place for another game.
  5. This season's refereeing

    I always thought the refereeing in the top league was bad, but in the championship it's just poor performance after poor performance from the officials. I always try to be objective about decisions but this season some of them are mind boggling. When was the last time we got a penalty, when there have been plenty of claims, but all waved away? It looks like Vigures has been hard done by with the second yellow but he needs to cut out the petulance which give refs the opportunity to book him. If we can keep 11 men on the pitch, we can beat any team in this league.
  6. Inverness CT -V- Livingston

    Another terrible display from the officials. We were well in control of the game until the sending off. I thought it was harsh, but Vigures needs to control his mouth, picking up bookings for descent costs us big time. I thought we might hold on to the lead but not to be. I thought Doran, Donaldson, Warren played well and Austin had some good touches when he came on. If we can finish games with 11 men from now on, we might just make the play offs.
  7. Brechin -V- Inverness CT

    I think that's why some supporters get on his back, when things don't go his way his head goes down and he gives up. He was so guilty of not tracking the runner for their second goal. If he had kept with the man they wouldn't have scored. He realised when it was too late. At this stage of his career, he should know that he has to concentrate for the whole game. The supporters are a very forgiving lot if they see someone who will give their all and fight for every ball, not a player whose head goes down and has a wee strop.
  8. Highland Derbies Next Season

    They certainly haven't had the 'new manager bounce' that a lot of clubs get when they replace their manager, in fact they have had the reverse. I said at the time that I thought they had made a big mistake getting rid of McIntyre, but no doubt Uncle Roy will throw money at the transfer market in January to bail them out.
  9. Zak Elbouzedi

    Going back to the scene of the crime where he got injured in the pre season friendly ! He was the one new player that really impressed me in the friendlies.
  10. Nathan Austin

    If i recall, didn't Austin score against us in the Bet Fred Cup? I thought he was quite good then, so I hope he can kick on.
  11. Baird or Oakley

    Surely now Oakley will be given as much of a chance for a starting place as Baird has had. His goals per game ratio is far better than Bairds.
  12. Christmas Greetings

    Seasons greetings to all who post and let's hope for a great 2018.
  13. James Vincent

    That's another kitten dead then!
  14. Inverness CT -V- Dumbarton

    That is what you call a hard fought 3 points. We played some good football in the first half but our final ball was woeful, the second half was so disjointed and we were beginning to panic towards the end. For me, Donaldson, Tremarco, Trafford and Raven were the stand outs . Baird needs to be benched in the next game, and after I had thought that Polworth had turned a corner with his attitude, he turns in his worst performance of the season.
  15. I did indeed, 100,000 apologies, that was Mr Bannerman's book, it was of course Going Ballistic! That will teach me not to post late at night when I'm half asleep!
  16. Danny Williams

    I was also a fan of Williams, a very versatile player who did seem to go backwards at Dundee, in fact, all three of our players that Hartley took there, Williams, Ross and Vincent, never really set the heather on fire, with two now left and the other not in the squad.
  17. I was compiling a couple of booklets for myself and my brother regarding the Jags title winning years in the 70's, and asked an official of the club on a number of occasions if he could help with some information, which he said he would, but never did, so maybe they have locked all the history away, never to be found. I eventually got in touch with Ian Broadfoot, who very kindly supplied me with some facts and figures, from which I used to research the information from old Highland News and Couriers and compiled the books. Ian also sent me a signed copy of his book, Against The Odds, a very interesting read.
  18. Carl Tremarco...extended contract

    Just saw it on Facebook. Fantastic news. He has been our most consistent performer over the last few seasons.
  19. Danny Williams

    I take it that James Vincent is still with Dundee, he doesn't seem to be getting much game time, or maybe he is injured? I thought that Ross and Williams would maybe end up at Falkirk with Hartley, as he was the one that signed them for Dundee, but their finances are probably as bad as ours.
  20. Danny Williams

    He is far more versatile than a lot of our new recruits, but he would have to take a hell of a drop in wages to come back . I certainly think he would be a good addition but he may look to go back south for the money.
  21. Coll Donaldson

    Great news about Donaldson. We needed some stability at the back and he has supplied it. There are some players who excel at certain clubs, and maybe he has found his. Let's hope that more step up to the plate when they see that contracts are there for good displays.
  22. New Striker

    I agree with you. I thought he played well against us and said at the time to my son that he might be worth a punt. He held the ball up well and could brush off a challenge.
  23. I totally agree. I have been watching football in Inverness for nearly 50 years and I have never sat through weather like we did at the St. Mirren game. We had so many layers on and it still wasn't enough, so we contemplating our clothing for tomorrow just when we heard the game was off. Let's hope it's better for Tuesday.
  24. David Raven

    So sad to see Raven go, but this was inevitable since the season ticket holders meeting with the chairman and Robbo, when it was announced that he would be moving the high earners on. Raven has been a constantly top performer for the club over the previous season and this one being no different. I hope he gets a good send off and manages to get a good deal somewhere else, as long as it's not with one of our rivals! All the best David and thanks for the memories.
  25. Inverness CT -V- Brechin

    A very good three points, I just felt we missed the opportunity to get more goals, we took our foot off the gas a little in the second half . Mulraney was good in the first half but faded in the second. Glad Baird got a goal and you could see by the way the whole team celebrated it that there is a good team spirit in the group.