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    • Inverness CT 0-1 Arbroath - Report
      Punchless and Pointless: Inverness toiled to make any headway in a dour first half, the poor fare on display being matched only by the miserable weather. We improved in the final ten minutes before the interval but clear chances were at a premium. After the break and some initial half chances for the hosts, McKenna scored with a cross/shot free kick that caught out the keeper, possibly wind assisted. Inverness still struggled to create clear openings, an all too familiar habit of late. They could have doubled their lead soon after but Ridgers was in the right place to put Little's header over the bar. Thereafter we ruined what little chances we had by a lack of quality around the box and stout defending by Arbroath. Well done to them, they did what they had to do, we need to take a long hard look at how we are going about our business.
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    • Inverness CT -V- Arbroath - Preview
      A busy night of Championship Football has Arbroath heading North to the Caledonian Stadium for a 7:45 kick-off on Tuesday night. The Smokies sit seven points behind the league leaders in fifth place despite being the second highest scorers in the Championship, but four draws and two defeats have held them back slightly. The first game this season at Gayfield ended in a scarcely deserved away win thanks to a neat dinked finish from Shane Sutherland as he bore down on Gaston in the Arbroath goal. 
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    • Raith Rovers 1-1 Inverness CT
      Plenty of endeavour in the first half at Starks Park but little quality in the final third resulted in a game void of goalmouth action over the first forty-five minutes for both sides. Biggest talking point was the sending off just before the break of Ross Mathews for what looked like a rash studs up challenge. Contentious maybe, but straight red dished out. After the break more space saw more chances created but it was Raith that broke forward and scored through Aidan Connolly. Inverness struggled to get back on level terms but eventually did ten minutes from the end when Sean Welsh drilled home from the edge of the box and that ended the scoring. Raith's quest for a win over Inverness goes into a 22nd year. Killie were the only winners in the Championship and closed the gap to three points but Inverness remain top.
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    • Raith Rovers -V- Inverness CT - Preview
      It's a biggy this weekend as we travel to Kirkaldy to take on second place Raith Rovers at Starks Park on Saturday. Standard 3:00pm kick-off in this one which could be a massive indicator as to the outcome of this campaign. John McGlynn has slowly assembled a squad very capable of challenging for the Championship title and I expect Raith to be in the mix come the end of the season.

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    • Inverness CT 2-0 Morton - Report
      Inverness extended their lead at the top of the Championship as the Pars got a late leveller against Killie. The hosts opened the scoring after twenty minutes through Billy Mckay with the credit for the assist going to Mark Ridgers from his quick goal kick. Inverness stepped up a gear after the interval and Michael Gardyne scored the second early in the second half as he crashed a loose ball in the box high into the net. That was enough to see off Morton who battled hard throughout but fell short. It could have been a different story had the visitors made more of their own opportunities. Five points clear after the first quarter: Who knew?
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  2. Week 11 Caley Braveheart - 243.80 Robert - 206.10 Mrs Gringo - 188.50 Scotty - 174.70 Crown Jaggie - 172.50 CDN Girl - 171.10 Caleyjag - 163.50 Caley Canary - 162.50 Jodie Carnie - 158.10 Gringo - 154.50 SOS - 136.50 Joonya - 135.00 MrCaleyjag - 134.50 Andrew Fraser - 90.00
  3. My thoughts are echoed above. It's at times like these that football revelries should be set aside and I'm pleased to hear that was the case in Inverness last night and other grounds across Scotland.
  4. Today
  5. Sorry fans...can't refuse those Plastic Whistle odds...so.. Partick Thistle to win @2.50 [that should secure us at least a point then 😉]
  6. Multiple promises of better engagement have been made and broken multiple times over multiple years now. A very few things are commercially sensitive and may need to be kept confidential but the fans are the lifeblood of the club, without whom there would be no club, and deserve much better treatment and much more respect than the club have shown in recent years. If they have no genuine intention of improving communication just be honest and say so and then everyone knows where they stand.
  7. Obviously not. Hence my use of 'my guess' giving it away I assume?
  8. Scotland beaten by fellow qualifiers Namibia A decent performance by the bowlers could not rescue the side after our abysmal start to our batting innings. Almost certainly Scotland's last opportunity to win in the tournament proper has gone but this nevertheless represents a very satisfactory tournament.
  9. Not sure on how week 11 went, will post updates scores later on this evening - has now been updated Week 12 Championship League 1 League 2
  10. In my humble opinion I think the team are missing Carson and hope he’s back soon after his compassionate leave.
  11. If they will not engage with an official supporters body which holds a major shareholding (percentage wise if not quantity) and deems that body as not representative then who DO they see as representative of the fans? For me, it should start with the Trust and engagement should expand from there. IMHO - the club should be engaging with any fans groups ... be that the creators and listeners of the Wyness Shuffle, the Travel Club, the 'CaleyAway' supporters, CTO, or anyone else who emerges and takes the time to contribute to the club in a positive way either online or in person ... current
  12. He was injured at the start of the season so may well not be fully fit. He may be one with the “niggles” referred to by Dodds.
  13. Agreed regarding Gardyne. Our attack lacks any sort of potency when is not fit. If fit, he should be an automatic starter every week.
  14. He could be nursing an injury. If not, then he needs to question why he is not playing.
  15. I decided to vote after all. I went with Walsh as, despite being erratic, he was at the heart of our few minutes on top. Then Gardyne and Jamieson for the second and third slots as none of the other starters merited points in my opinion. Gardyne needs to start whenever fit. I assume he was being rested or is carrying a knock when he was only a sub.
  16. It's not a vote of confidence for sure however they got beat anyway so maybe get the midfielder back in midfield.
  17. This leads me on to another thing that struck me last night. What does it say about Duffy when, given the choice between playing our only recognised right back or moving a central midfielder there, we’ve again opted for the latter?
  18. It would be good to find out what was said and why. For example ; stop singing and showing support as the players might like it and play better. We are clamping down on supporting the team so as to encourage a dull 1-0 defeat !!!
  19. Over my many years watching football, most good teams have always had, what some might call, a destroyer, some physical strength, in the midfield, we currently do not, and in my humble opinion was one of our problems last night. A few seasons ago we had Carson, who was lost to the middle of the park to fill the right back berth, then we had Allardice, who was also moved from the midfield to right back, and last night we never had control of the midfield. We had two wing men, and two centre mids, and it just wasn't enough. If we are going to win games we need to win the midfield, and we haven't
  20. It is very difficult this week as every single players made multiple mistakes.
  21. HT: 1 - 1 FT: 2 - 2 1st Scorer ICT: Gardyne 1st Scorer Partick: Rudden Crowd: 2557
  22. The Supporters Trust is not going to fold. The issue is about how we can move the Trust forward for the mutual benefit of fans and club. The position is this. The Rules (constitution) state that the Trust Board must have a minimum of 5 Directors. We currently have just 5. In the event of one of the current Board stepping down, there are a small number of people who would be prepared to be co-opted to make up the numbers to allow the Board to tick over and preserve the voting rights in the Club. Hopefully supporters want the Trust to do a lot more than just "tick over", and tho
  23. I couldn’t believe that. Guys are trying their hardest to build an atmosphere and they’re disbanded by OTT security. the team could have done with was some more vocal support !
  24. The fans in the North stand who were singing and attempting to create atmosphere appeared to get disbanded by stewards ?? Anyone know what that was about ?
  25. Been apparent for weeks that the usual syspects have been poor. MCGregor very poir against Raith, Doran came on at Raith and offered nothing, same again last night. Walsh flatters to deceive final ball very poor, creates very little Think its time to shake it up a bit, play Gardyne and Mcdonald with Mackay, 3 players with great movement. Make the midfield solid, Welsh, Allardice, McAlear...get the fb' s forward. Playing same players every week and hoping for a result just now and it isnt working. Last night because Diku was playing it was lobg ball despite Arbroath winning every header\chall
  26. Not great when we have 3 attacking midfielders starting the game, what was surprising was that they couldn't string more than three passes together ( to players in blue)!
  27. One things that has been apparent recently is that when opponents take the lead then set out to resolutely defend (Hamilton, Raith, Arbroath) we really struggle to break them down and create chances. It’s not as if their keepers have been making great saves or we’ve missed sitters, we just don’t create enough. Our potentially most creative players like Walsh, Doran, McGregor, have offered very little recently. Gardyne is the only one who looks a threat at the moment.
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