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    • Inverness CT 2-2 Ayr United - Report
      Season ends in stalemate: Inverness opened the scoring early through Daniel Mackay in the sixth minute. We were unable to build on that and Ayr levelled before the break when Aaron Muirhead converted a penalty after Baird went down in the box. Level at the break but Sean Welsh bagged a penalty two minutes into the second half only for United to level again through Josh Todd. No further scoring but results elsewhere meant that Ayr were safe and Dundee jumped above Raith Rovers to finish second.
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    • Football Unites against discrimination
      Governing and league bodies across both the men’s and women’s games join forces with clubs to cease activity on social media from 15:00 BST on Friday 30 April to 23:59 BST on Monday 3 May. Not sure if this was aimed at supporter sites and their social media channels, but in the interests of solidarity and because we wholeheartedly support this initiative, we will also cease any and all social media posts from tomorrow until Tuesday. The forum will operate as normal, we just wont be promoting anything to our FB/Twitter etc. 

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    • Inverness CT -V- Ayr United - Preview
      For us, it's the final game of the season as we have missed out on the promotion play-offs despite a tremendous last six weeks which saw us go on a six game winning run including a derby Scottish Cup win over Ross County. Unfortunately we left ourselves an uphill task after the first two thirds of our season was decimated by injuries, covid and inclement weather. Ayr United head North with Championship survival high on their agenda as they look to avoid the relegation play-offs with Arbroath and Morton the other contenders. The game is a 19:45 kick-off on Friday night.
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    • Hearts 3-0 Inverness CT - Report
      Our season looked over inside ten minutes after Mackay-Steven ran at the defence before drilling a low shot into the bottom corner as the defenders backed off. McEneff doubled the lead with the aid of a deflection in the ninth minute to nestle the ball in the bottom corner again. Mackay-Steven notched his second as he poked his leg in between Deas and Ridgers to kill the game with half an hour gone. The second half was an anti-climax for both sides with no further scoring, and with results elsewhere our challenge has come to an end.
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    • Hearts -V- Inverness CT - Preview

      After the disappointing draw with Dundee in midweek, our destiny is in the hands of others. All we can do is gather points and hope that others can lend a helping hand by taking points of Dunfermline and Dundee as we visit Tynecastle to take on Champions Hearts. All games kick-off at 3:00pm on Saturday, it's a massive day of football in the Championship.
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  2. Does the bit in bold include myself 😛
  3. never did, he's Immortal mun.
  4. F**ken thot the bar steward was deid!
  5. I could not agree more. We have our disagreements, often profound, but we almost always do so in a respectful and polite manner and that, whilst never bad before compared to other sites, has improved greatly during the pandemic with minimal personal abuse and very little 'red dotting'. One of the very few aspects of 2020-21 that it would be welcome to see carry on into the future. Welcome back Johndo and thank you and all the hundreds of thousands of NHS staff and carers who have worked tirelessly for well over a year to get us through.
  6. Good to see you back.Flamingo among the vult..... I was going to write vultures but it wouldn't be true! Compared to other fan sites most posters are pretty decent .
  7. I am happy that the world is becoming a safer place to live in. I am happy that me and the missus have had 2 jabs and can plan to get back North. I am happy that my immediate family have survived the pandemic. I am saddened for the number of friends and colleagues who have experienced losses or stress induced illnesses. This football season means little except ICT are alive and kicking, we booted the Tinks out of the Cup and we may all meet up again next season in pre=match pubs and enjoy watching from inside the grounds. Basically - Good feckin riddance to the 2020-2021 football season a
  8. Gringo

    Play Offs

    I could agree to that in their current location. However, the Highland Marchers will always have a respect for the club / fans after the welcome we received on that inaugural event.
  9. Gringo

    Play Offs

    As clear as a foggy day in Blackpool
  10. For those who, like me, are voting in person today, don't forget to wear a face covering and pring your own pencil ! Finally, whoever you intend to vote for, please vote. It's a democratic right which was, particularly for women of all classes and working class men, very hard won.
  11. Last week
  12. Well it's the big day tomorrow for those that haven't done a postal vote like me. Although I have never been a Labour voter I do hope that they come in second to the Tories
  13. I can’t see us considering him unless he is totally cleared of this: https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-tayside-central-56649788.amp
  14. Sorry, it was Harkness I meant. He was on the bench in a couple of games I think and had a loan spell at Rothes. A google search indicates he is out of contract at the end of May. Hastings did join Strathspey. I got them mixed up!
  15. Yes, the PL is well hidden maybe @Scotty could make it more prominent? Also agree that the NAPS is very frustrating but can be fun. All the competitions have been a tough call this season. Dates and kick off times being the most annoying and trying to keep them up to date. Competitors in the NAPS dwindled away when the offer of prize money was withdrawn and me not wanting to go down the route of having a entry fee. Yes, that would have given us a prize pot but I wasn't in my comfort zone of taking money off folk. Even the NPL lost it's trophy a few seasons back. The trophy was a
  16. I really like Fyffe. We just need to find a way to get him games even if it means loaning him out for 6 months.
  17. I think he joined Strathspey Thistle when his Contract died last season
  18. Not this last season, neither did Harkness.
  19. will mackays departure leave funds to offer doran a new deal? though in hyde and macdonald we should have ample replacements. be a shame to see cammy mackay leave. brad and shane played majority of games. got to do everything to keep toddy but fact he hasnt signed yet suggests he is going elsewhere. in vincent, machattie and storey i would rather see younger replacements, even if loan deals. although another year left, i wonder if duffy will stay as wasnt even on bench for last few games. probably the biggest issue is if robbo and kels are returning to sign new players? boy hest
  20. Pretty sure no as the transfer window hasn't opened yet. Hibs have just secured the right to transfer his registration from us to them when it does open in June. Happy to be corrected.
  21. It’s good to see the club keeping faith with the youngsters, and hopefully some of them are ready for more regular game time next season. With Dan leaving, it is a chance for McDonald to establish himself in an attacking wide role. It will be interesting to see how he has developed since his loan spell a couple of years ago. Any word on Hastings, the other youngster who has featured occasionally?
  22. Reviving this thread because I've been indefinitely blocked by Wikipedia mods because they can't seem to admit that sources that have been wiped for the last 10 years can't be pulled out of thin air. So yeah, not too hard when you get down to it, and easy in the long run.
  23. Well done Calum, that was a tight run contest this year so a very worthy win, well deserved bragging rights in the household! Have to echo the thanks to Gringo for the running of all 3 comps - that takes some effort so cheers pal, you done good! Can understand the drop in numbers for the prediction league as per Robert's post, for any new members it's hard to find if you don't know where to look or even that it's there in the first place. My favourite comp (and the most frustrating coz we all get so many wrong!) is the NAPS contest - great fun! Looking forward to next season alread
  24. An updated list after today's news of new contracts and yesterday's news of Daniel Mackay's impending exit. Contract expiry dates: End of 2020/21 season: Cammy Mackay, Kevin McHattie, Brad McKay, Aaron Doran, James Vincent, James Keatings (already signed a PCA with Raith), Miles Storey, Shane Sutherland, Nikolay Todorov End of 2021/22 season: Mark Ridgers, Daniel Devine, Wallace Duffy, Ryan Fyffe, Cameron Harper, Harry Nicolson, Lewis Hyde, Anthony McDonald, Roddy MacGregor, Sean Welsh End of 2022/23 season: Robbie Deas, Scott Allardice End of 2023/24 season: Da
  25. Given Hibs season isn’t over yet but ours is, can he start training with them immediately rather than wait until the summer?
  26. New Contracts Inverness Caledonian Thistle can confirm Harry Nicolson, Ryan Fyffe, Lewis Hyde and Anthony McDonald have signed new contracts with the club.
  27. TBH credit must go to Neil McCann who seemed to get the best out of him, previous to that he was in and out of the side ,as was Todorov
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