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    • Deal or No Deal
      Deal or No Deal: After a season that promised so much, went tit's up then almost recovered in time to make the play-offs, we head into season 2021-2022 without some familiar faces but also some new ones as we continue our drive to get back to the Premiership. Are the cards on the table or have some already played their hand. So far Tom Walsh is the first 'new player' to sign on, let's hope there's plenty more to come.
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    • It's Doddsy
      After a great run towards the end of last season, Billy Dodds has been appointed as the new head coach at Inverness Caledonian Thistle with John Robertson now upstairs as Sporting Director on his return after compassionate leave. Dodds assisted Neil McCann whilst Robbo was unavailable and just failed to guide the team to a play-off slot after what had become a difficult season on and off the pitch.
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    • Apply Within
      APPLY WITHIN: The application forms are already in the post as Inverness Caledonian Thistle are searching for a new head coach after it was revealed that John Robertson is returning, but his new title will be Sporting Director. That leaves his former position of Football Manager/Head Coach up for grabs after interim manager Neil McCann left the post at the end of the season.
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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. 

      #ICTFC #CTO #FootballUnites https://bit.ly/3gWO29k
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  2. Yngwie

    Euro 2020

    When it comes to Scotland, it’s the hope that kills you. Younger fans need to be psychologically prepared for crushing disappointment, missed opportunities and failure. If you go in expecting all that then it’s slightly easier to cope when it inevitably happens. I’d imagine that getting past the group stages would bring great feelings of joy and elation but that is mere speculation on my part as nobody has ever actually experienced it.
  3. Can't believe we've not had a dedicated person/department for this, despite squandering resources in the 'glory years'. Did we not have a fitness coach a few years back?
  4. Today
  5. What, the Taylor Swift one?
  6. Yesterday
  7. We don't have that sort of financial clout, or a fictional job description to charge his wages against.
  8. IBM

    Ferries

    I think it's the fact that the Pentalina has a smaller crew than the Calmac ferries but might be wrong. I can't see why a ferry that sails the Pentland Firth would be unable to sail on west coast routes although the minch might be the exception in bad weather. Here is the article from the P&J yesterday.
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  10. Apologies for going a bit more off topic. Planning permission announced earlier this week for the Red John pumped hydro scheme (from Loch Ness) after appeal to Scottish Government. Park and ride from the stadium car park for construction workforce part of it as IBM said. A9 Longman junction grade separation works will see the trunk gas main relocated from the back of the West terrace to accommodate a slip lane on a widened embankment. This will result in the landscaping of intervening land and could offer stadium development potential, but not until the junction works are finished around
  11. 2 videos of this goal on YouTube. composed finish. The official coverage Pitch level view
  12. Delighted to have him back !! Good Luck Tom .😄
  13. Earlier
  14. That's the BBC. I would take anything they say with a pinch of salt.
  15. Yngwie

    Colts Teams

    Brechin were obviously keen on the Lowland League, reportedly offering the other teams that they would purchase a minimum of 100 tickets for each away game (few of which would actually be used) and offering free admission to away fans at Glebe Park. They have also now brought Craig Levein on board, are changing from a members club to a company, and I believe the family who own Mackie Motors amongst other things might be instrumental in all this. Pity they had to fall so far before sorting themselves out. Strange how they went into freefall as soon as they unexpectedly got promoted to the
  16. Tremendous experience for the lads to have had no matter how much game time they got which should boost their confidence and benefit us greatly. Couldn't be a better advertisement for tempting young talent to our club - a grand job by all involved in the Academy youth development, well done all 👏
  17. It might have been The Broons
  18. Moving to Level 1 this weekend should allow up to 1000 fans to attend the home games.
  19. Club just announnced a press conference for tomorrow ......
  20. I’m just so happy I saw ICT in Romania - a wonderful few days, quite surreal and a never to be forgotten experience. The travel, the heat, the camaraderie, the stadium(!), the overkill armed police(!), the food, the drink (both so cheap!).
  21. Isn't Billy prone to getting relegated?
  22. Would we take a chance on Don Cowie with just a few years coaching experience with County?
  23. Totally agree a two club man deserves some support from blackburn...
  24. Never a lack of commitment from Brad for ICT. Will kind of miss him, but he was prone to a mistake quite often. Also a bit rash at times, just like his red card against Dundee. Whether he deserved it or not, I'm not sure. But when your team are down to 10 men and in a promotion chase you have to keep the head. Anyway, not a bad chap at all. Thanks Brad and good luck at Falkirk.
  25. I bet he wishes it was him - think of the spondoolacks!!!
  26. Davidson fits the mould of the coaching staff at C##nty. Wondering if they will go for him?
  27. Satan

    Malky Mackay

    Judging by the players who the press have said are being released, and doubtless more to follow , it looks like Uncle Roy will be putting his hand deep into his big pockets to bankroll Malkys new team... ...if the fans don't turn up with the torches and pitchforks to run him out of town in the next week or so. Loving it.😁
  28. Dear all, I am involved in some research looking at sportsmen and women's activism in sport. I have created a short survey that should only take a few minutes of your time: https://northumbria.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/athlete-activism Participation is completely voluntary, but I would appreciate hearing your thoughts on this subject area.
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