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New Manager Thread

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I'm well chuffed with this appointment and must congratulate the board on having the courage to give Richie this chance. I'm also happy with the length of the contract. It points to a confidence flowing both ways between our manager and the board and hopefully will help to settle everything down so we can look forward to a prolonged period of stability - and more success.

Also, I'm not concerned about Richie's perceived lack of experience. He's just completed a very decent playing career and proved himself to be a great leader on the pitch and in the dressing room, I've no doubt he can take that experience to the bench and be a very successful manager. If he can take that step up in the same way as Alex Neil has done I'll be more than delighted.

Good luck Richie, I feel you have an unprecedented level of support from us all and we're looking forward to the next chapter in our short and exciting history with you at the helm.

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22 minutes ago, CaleyCanary said:

If he can take that step up in the same way as Alex Neil has done I'll be more than delighted.

 

You mean you want him to be manager of Norwich?  Hands off!

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See, his potential is enough already to have the poachers sniffing around :wink:

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On ‎30‎/‎05‎/‎2016 at 3:56 PM, SMEE said:

Good luck Richie. At least we have a manager who is happy and settled with life in the highlands, so wont be looking to jump ship to the first decent job that becomes available in the central belt

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/36558465 Rice staying on then

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As a happy man he may be at ICT until he retires .

He does appear to love the Highlands and his family is also settled here.

Since this is now about a local lad whose feet and future are firmly planted in Inverness, we should support him 100% , through thick and thin IMHO.

End of story.

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No need to worry - let's face it, rice goes with anything.

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I was very impressed by Richie's interview on Fri night on STV . He came across as very passionate and keen to do well for everyone . It's the first interview in a while when I felt our manager is on our side .Well done Richie and Good Luck with your first season in charge and hope it's the first of many . Looking forward to good times ahead.

 

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Can only add it myself, best of luck to the new manager! Hope he will do a fantastic job and have a ton of success here! The new season can come soon.

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I'm absolutely buzzing for the new season.for the first time since Steve Paterson we've got a manager we all want.hopefully tcs will be a wee bit fuller backing a man that wants to be here and committed to the city.

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The  only reason that Rice may be disliked by the players  could be if he speaks too sharply to them and they refer to

these  admonishments among themselves as "Rice Crispies.":wink:

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Interesting article from Duncan Shearer in the Scotsman:

http://www.scotsman.com/sport/football/teams/inverness-ct/duncan-shearer-inverness-ct-overplayed-under-john-hughes-1-4162686

I like the sense of togetherness around ICT at the moment and I'm glad to see the acknowledgement from within the coaching team that we "overplayed" last season. I'm really optimistic for this season: a combination of players with the skills and coaching to retain possession when necessary, and a more attacking philosophy could work very well.

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It's all in here.

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A lot of posters must feel highly embarrassed with their contributions to this thread .

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On Radio Scotland tonight ( post match) , Charlie Christie sounded like he would be up for driving the club forward managerially. There's clearly a lot of issues off the park as well as on. I would urge any ICT fan to listen to his radio commentary and analysis.

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5 hours ago, DALNEIGHCALEY said:

A lot of posters must feel highly embarrassed with their contributions to this thread .

Yup. I feel duped.

 

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9 hours ago, MuirtownJaggy said:

On Radio Scotland tonight ( post match) , Charlie Christie sounded like he would be up for driving the club forward managerially. There's clearly a lot of issues off the park as well as on. I would urge any ICT fan to listen to his radio commentary and analysis.

Is there any way to listen to the comments? It's no on BBC iPlayer or anything.

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4 minutes ago, KennySim93 said:

Is there any way to listen to the comments? It's no on BBC iPlayer or anything.

A fellow-poster has summarised them nicely in the matchday thread.

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47 minutes ago, KennySim93 said:

Is there any way to listen to the comments? It's no on BBC iPlayer or anything.

There is a podcast. On the bbc scotland sport football page 

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