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  2. Alloa vs Ross County DRAW @ 3.80....... 😛 Post up very early this week, cheers Gringo!!
  3. HT. 1-1 FT. 3-1 1ST ICT Scorer. Walsh 1st OPP Scorer. Flannigan Crowd. 1560
  4. bigman

    4G Pitch?

    Would only consider Astor turf if Tommy was to retire
  5. HT: 1-0 FT: 2-1 ICT: White AA: Trouten Crowd: 1745
  6. bigman

    Jim Falconer

    Remember him from my days running up and down the line at Telford st always the gent.
  7. Tichy Black's Back HT: 1-0 FT: 3-1 1st ICT: Walsh 1st Opp: Trouten  Crowd: 1,488 Cal's Thistle HT: 2-0 FT: 4-1 1st ICT: White 1st Opp: Flannigan  Crowd: 1,523
  8. HT 1-0 FT 2-0 ICT Doran Opp Kirkpatrick Crowd 1984
  9. Who even agreed to this.....£800,000 of debt and they agreed to take on Inverness City as their ladies team. The club are struggling at youth level....I know because I have a child in the youth system!! So who within the club agreed to this.....perhaps she's no longer there 🤔🤔 and this may be why you are having such problems!! Clach...a team with identity...correctly badged training gear ✅ correctly badged strips ✅ minibus use ✅ home ground to play at ✅ I know if I had a daughter which club I'd want to be part of.....and I am a Caley fan through and through.
  10. ALOHA. Will it be a Hawaii 5-0 tonight? Will we achieve three wins in a row and climb up the table ? Or will we be throwing Rotten Tomatoes at the end and feel like we have been happily snorkeling and bumped into a humuhumunukunukuapuaa ?
  11. Ви, очевидно, нахиляє зрозуміти українські ви нерозумно старий Канадський лось
  12. H/T 2-0 F/T 3-0 ICT Doran Alloa Thomson Crowd 1890
  13. Mrs Gringo HT: 1-0 FT: 2-1 1st ICT: Doran 1st Opp: Zanatta Crowd: 2198 Gringo HT: 0-0 FT: 2-1 1st ICT: White 1st Opp: Trouten Crowd: 2122
  14. HT 2-0 FT 3-1 ICT Walsh Them Zanatta Crowd 1501
  15. Danylo--forget IHE telling you to stop being sarcastic etc. He's just an older fellow with not much in the way of welcoming gestures. But when you get to know him he will amuse you by sending a picture of himself with a beer spilling on his kilt. Be kind to him he's getting older every day.Then you will know that he really approves of your dynamic approach and will wish you all the best we can provide. Personally I love your description of the fire and spirit of our team. By the way, believe it or not, I have been to Arkadia and a really nice walk it was too. We sat in a fielD and Liliya's yoiunster amused us by climbing a tree.
  16. LIght Welter--thoughtful post and probably very close to the truth old chap. The "Old Chap" thing is from my past of long ago. Don''t take it literally it just means "auld buddy". But actually you do look in really good shape . I started taking a can of beer every odd night recently and now there is the makings of a decent beer belly. which made me think of IHE and I stopped the practice immediately 'cos I want to be able to still climb on the bike. The moral of this story is simple ……………."don't get old...."
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  18. HT: 1-0. FT: 3-0. Us: White. Them: Thomson. Crowd: 1845.
  19. Please post your predictions in the following format:- HT: FT: 1st ICT: 1st Opp: Crowd: This thread may close automatically at the advertised k.o. time regardless of whether the match has physically kick off or not. The NPL results and table update for this game are expected to be available no later than: 2200 06 Apr
  20. Opportunity Knocks After back to back wins in the League plus a cup win over Dundee United, we welcome Clackmannanshire's finest, Alloa Athletic to the Caledonian Stadium. We will be looking to consolidate within the play-off places as Alloa try to extricate themselves from the foot of the table. The games are coming thick and fast at this time of the season as clubs play catch up due to the grim weather and fixture congestion. The Alloa game represents a great opportunity to knock on Ayr United's door for third spot, although the games against the Wasps have been tight affairs so far this season. After this one we have Falkirk, Ross County and Ayr United before we head to Hampden for the Scottish Cup semi-final against Hearts. Last game for us was a fine 2-1 win at Firhill where a Tom Walsh stunner saw us take all three points after Stuart Brannigan had equalised for Partick. Aaron Doran had opened the scoring with a well worked goal involving Jordan White and Aaron played a big part in the winner with a superb back flick for Walsh to volley home in spectacular style. Check out these goals......... Alloa battled hard at the weekend but came away with nothing when Nicky Clark scored a late winner for the Arabs to add to the own goal Andy Graham conceded in the first half. Jordan Kirkpatrick scored the opening goal for the Wasps early in the first half. After last weekends results, Inverness are now back in the top four with Dunfermline the nearest contender only two points behind. Alloa are battling it out at the wrong end of the table with four other teams trying to avoid the drop. Dunfermline v Dundee United play Tuesday night as well and it's Dunfermline v Ayr on Friday (TV) Somethings going to give The two games between the sides have ended in draws with our home game in August producing four goals, three penalties, an own goal, woodwork hit and a sending off. Aye it all happened here, and one of the penalties was missed (Coll hit the bar). Brad Mckay and Sean Welsh (pen) scored for Inverness and a George Oakley own goal and a late Iain Flannigan penalty gave Alloa a share of the spoils. And, just when you think it can't get any worse, ICTFC & Ross County fined £2500. Add to that some broken seats after the IrnBru Cup final thanks to Ross County fans then you just wonder where it's all going to end. We welcomed back Kevin McHattie and Tom Walsh to great effect against Partick with Walsh coming off the bench to score the winner. Nathan Austin has been used sparingly of late and could play a part. Alloa lined up like this against Dundee United :- Parry Robertson Taggart Graham Dick Shields Heatherington Flannigan Kirkpatrick Trouten Zanatta If you like a wee flutter, our partnership with FansBet can offer you something. Just click on FansBet to get started. "Remember to select CaleyThistleOnline when you register and you’ll be helping us support ICT fan causes." FansBet are partners with Supporters Direct Scotland and already have many impressive stories of giving back to and empowering fans, ranging from funding away travel, share purchases, backing safe standing projects and many more. You can read some of FansBet’s Giving Back stories on their blog at Always remember to adopt safe gambling and responsible policies. Don't forget to buy your tickets for the SemiFinal against Hearts at Hampden. Remember, no one can hear you scream if you are sitting in your living room passing round the werther's originals. The lads have been brilliant to get this far in the cup and it's a great day out at the National Stadium. Tickets for our William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final will be available for season ticket holders and shareholders on Monday 25th March from 10:00am. General sale will commence on Wednesday 27th March at 9:00am. Tickets will be available from the Club Shop and online from The singing section for this game will be East Stand section G5. South Stand: £30 Adult, Concession £15 East Stand: £20 Adult, Concession £10 Concessions are available for supporters aged over 65 and supporters aged under 16
  21. Please post your predictions in the following format:- HT: FT: 1st ICT: 1st Opp: Crowd: This thread may close automatically at the advertised k.o. time regardless of whether the match has physically kick off or not. The NPL results and table update for this game are expected to be available no later than: 2200 03 Apr
  22. HT; ICT 1, Alloa 0 FT; ICT 2, Alloa 1 ICT; Polworth Alloa; Thomson Crowd; 1,892
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