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It was a bit disjointed & we defended far too deep in the first half but we still look pretty solid & kept the run going. Polly & Vigurs at the heart of all our good play again. Can't believe Polly's still getting stick - there will be bids for him in January on current form. Great to see Doran coming on.

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12 minutes ago, Ronaldo said:

We need to stop the misplaced passes I would bring in fines from Monday 

 

Bad idea with that they will stop trying to stretch tbe defences with low completion high impact passes. 

Our shots on targrt ratio has gone up but our possession has stayed same or a little down. 

Higher risk better chances more goals . 

If i get a chance ill run a graph to show turaround. Really interesting offensively and defensively. 

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The return of Doran was the highlight of the game - I was pleasantly surprised at how fit and lively he looked. Bodes well.

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3 hours ago, IMMORTAL HOWDEN ENDER said:

633 minutes clean sheet ??

Higher! 7 whole games plus the last 27 minutes v Dumbarton makes it 657 I think (without messing around with injury time).

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"Playing for the name on the front of the jersey, rather than the name on the back" : John Robertson 11/11/17

 

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It was nice to get to see an ICT game live on TV. I look forward to the next milestone of getting one with commentary in English!

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Looks like we are getting the knack of winning ugly when we don't play so well. Key was the desire and hard work of the team.  It wasn't the best we've played by a long chalk but nevertheless it was a deserved win.

 

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Winning ugly was something we couldn't do under RF. Otherwise we might still have been in the Premiership. Job done tonight even if we did ride our luck in defence and without a goalscoring centre forward.

Crusaders away, yes, as long as we don't use a Flybe Bombadier 800 to travel. Might be safer to take the ferry.

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7 clean sheets in a row is world class. Is there another team in THE WORLD who can boast such a run? Fantastic stuff, not just from the back 4 but the entire starting 11.
 

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9 hours ago, ICTFC said:

"Playing for the name on the front of the jersey, rather than the name on the back" : John Robertson 11/11/17

 

Epic quote, and very accurate!

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Great seeing Doran back: like having a new signing! A fairly uninspiring performance, BUT a win AND another clean sheet! What a run the guys are putting together - those dark days of September seem a lifetime away now....thank God.

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12 hours ago, Yngwie said:

Higher! 7 whole games plus the last 27 minutes v Dumbarton makes it 657 I think (without messing around with injury time).

I make it around 694ish including time added on but not actual time played, ie over and above time added on. 

Full alba coverage on iplayer

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b09dxdf4/live-football-spfl-challenge-cup-inverness-caledonian-thistle-v-falkirk

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43 minutes ago, CELTIC1CALEY3 said:

TNS win a tremendous game and look favourites for the trophy.

I remember not so very long ago when our semi final opponents were vet strong favourites indeed for the trophy.

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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.

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26 minutes ago, Rasczak said:

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.

So will that be hot balls and cold balls then? 

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4 hours ago, IBM said:

So will that be hot balls and cold balls then? 

Any preference for the "Rangers Ball" or the "Celtic Ball", while Dumbarton get the other one? (I reckon they keep the OF apart using a Braille Union Jack and a Braille Irish Tricolour so should have these balls in stock.)

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