Jump to content
  • Our picks

    • Inverness CT 0-1 Dundee - Report
      Dundee came North as one of the form teams in the championship over the last half dozen games. Naughty boy Paul McGowan was not in the squad. Inverness were still without 75% of their first picks but Daniel Mackay made his comeback last week and Ryan Barrett made his debut against Stirling in the Cup. Paul McMullan opened the scoring midway through the first half after cutting in from the left before curling past Cammy Mackay. Almost a second as the ball deflected onto the bar before Mackay picked up the rebound after the half hour. George Oakley missed what appeared to be a sitter from eight yards as half time approached as Aaron Doran swung in an inviting cross. With no further scoring in the second half, Dundee took the three points and Inverness remain in sixth place, but starting to slip off the pace.
      • 0 replies
    • Inverness CT -V- Dundee - Preview
      Dundee Challenge: Dundee are the visitors this week as we get back to League duty after the third round of the Scottish Cup was played out last weekend. Dundee are one of the form teams in the Championship at the moment as they pick up a bit of form after a sticky patch. The game should be kicking off at 3:00pm on Saturday. Both teams advanced into the fourth round of the Scottish Cup last weekend. Inverness edging past Stirling Albion by the odd goal in five and Dundee dumping Airdrie with four goals in extra-time for a 6-2 win.
      • 0 replies
    • Inverness CT 3-2 Stirling Albion - Sc/Cup - Report
      Banana Skin Avoided: A potential banana skin encounter was made all the more plausible given the 2015 Scottish Cup winners permanent injury crisis. Stirling Albion are on a roll at the top end of League Two whilst we are struggling to get players on the park recently. With that in mind we made a late swoop into the transfer market to snap up right back Ryan Barrett on a short term loan until January. He was thrust into the squad for this Scottish Cup game having been training with the squad this week. Dale Carrick scored a first half brace with Wallace Duffy and Max Ram replying for Inverness who only woke up after the opening goal. After the break Aaron Doran restored the hosts lead and we held on to go into the draw for the fourth round. Not pretty, but we got there.
      • 0 replies
    • Inverness CT -V- Stirling Albion - Sc Cup - Preview
      Entry Level Three: Is this by perchance a wee window of opportunity to rest some battle scarred and weary legs as we start our participation in this season's Scottish Cup in the third round. Forget Qatar, forget the World Cup, forget about winning the Scottish Cup. It's more important for us to buy some time in the injury shop and make sure we have enough able bodies ready for action when we resume our Championship challenge at home to Dundee next week. Even that will be too soon for most, but at this stage of our season, it's a more important game than the Stirling Albion one, no disrespect to them. Anyway, we need to get the right balance and try to remain competitive whilst resting some important players. We already know a bit about the Bino's as they performed well against us in last season's League Cup game, winning the penalty shoot-out after a 2-2 draw. Kick-Off is on Saturday at 3:00pm.
      • 0 replies
    • Inverness CT 2-2 Ayr United - Report
      Shaw shank redemption: Nathan Shaw earned Inverness an unlikely point as he scored his second of the game with three minutes left. That levelled the score after Dipo Akinyemi had put leaders Ayr United ahead with his 14th goal of the season less than ten minutes from the end. Shaw had given the hosts an early lead which they held until the 66th minute when Mark McKenzie bundled into the net from close range. This was a better point for Inverness who still had nine players missing although Danny Devine came into the back four before going off after being injured with fifteen minutes remaining.
      • 0 replies

Forums

  1. The Terracing

    This forum is for discussions that involve Caley Thistle either on or off the park. If your post is not football related, is not about Caley Thistle or doesnt fit in here for some other reason, please use one of the other forums.

     

    UK Football

    • 7.9k posts

    This forum is is for Scottish and UK  football discussions or topics that are not directly related to Caley Thistle. You can talk about other teams or players all the way from Welfare/Juniors right up to the Scottish and English Premierships and the Home nation international teams.  

     

    World Football

    • 36.4k posts

    This forum is is for football discussions or topics that are not directly related to Caley Thistle or to Scottish Football. Talk about the EPL, Serie A, MLS or other leagues in here as well as Euro and World Cup competitions.

     

    Other Sports

    • 1.4k posts

    This is a general forum for discussing sports other than football (use the football forums for that). Want to discuss Tennis, Golf, Cricket, Rugby or anything else, you can do it in here.

     

    The vision of the supporters' trust is to work with supporters and the club to make match day experiences better and work towards bringing supporter issues and concerns to the club.  This forum is one (of several) avenues the Supporters Trust will use. Doofers Dad will be moderating this forum looking to pick up on issues of concern to fans.  Other Trust Board members will be doing the same on other social media sites.  In this way the trust hope to be able to identify which are the key concerns they need to discuss with the Club on behalf of the supporters.

    Rumour Mill

    • 12.7k posts

    A place to discuss the latest football rumours doing the rounds in the papers or other media. It doesnt matter if these rumours are ICT related or not ...

    Gringo's NPL

    • 20.4k posts

    Home of Gringo's famous NPL Prediction League. A prediction league format that has spawned copycat leagues on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean !!!

    Betting Forum

    • 9.1k posts

    This forum is for all of you who like to have a flutter on football, horse racing or anything else. Feel free to discuss your successes, failures or share your tips.

     

  2. Down The Pub

    Serious Discussion

    • 11.2k posts

    A place for topics discussing current events or more serious subjects than the general nonsense forum. This is intended for serious debate and any topics that descend into petty squabbling or name-calling will be closed

    A place for topics that dont really fit elsewhere. You can talk about any subject (within reason) in here and it wont be deemed 'off-topic'

    A forum where our established members can (within reason) offer unwanted articles for sale or swap. Links to ebay (or other) "unofficial" auctions of ICT merchandise can also be added here.

    Video Games

    • 2 posts

    A place to talk about video games. Whether its Football Manager or Super Mario or something in between, this is where you should post it

    Technical Support

    • 3.6k posts

    Have a problem or query about the website? Found a page that doesnt work or does something strange? Or just want to know how a certain feature of the board/website works? Ask about it in here. Also ask your peers about other general IT issues. 

  3. Memory Lane

    Memories of Old Inverness. A place to discuss life in 'the good old days' or just reminisce about how things used to be in this forum.

    Classic Music

    • 88 posts

    Classic Music and Bands. Discuss all your musical memories in here. Whether its your old vinyl collection or giving it Yeeha at the Caledonian Ballroom, Carlton, Hayloft or even the Tryst !

    Retro TV

    • 3 posts

    Talk about old time TV in here ... If a flat screen was something that happened when you dropped the telly or or streaming media was when your VHS tape didnt get tangled up then this forum may be for you.

×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue. : Terms of Use : Guidelines : Privacy Policy