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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.  

 

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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.

 

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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.

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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 ...

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

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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.

 



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    • Hearts -V- Inverness CT - League Cup
      Our involvement in this seasons opening event will come to an end once we face Hearts at Tynecastle on Sunday in a 17:15 kick-off in our final Group A game. It's been another disastrous League Cup campaign after the optimism of the opening encounter against Peterhead. Subsequent flaky performances against part-time lower league sides have seen the optimism replaced by despair. Not so much the defeats, but the performances have been poor leaving new gaffer Billy Dodds the daunting task of breathing new life into this rapidly deflating side. This game will be broadcast by Premier Sports.
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    • Cove Rangers 3-1 Inverness CT - League Cup
      Cove cruise: Inverness' dismal run of League Cup results continued with defeat at Cove.

      This was a must win game for Inverness if they were looking to progress in the competition. Sean Welsh was out after rolling his ankle against Stirling Albion and David Carson missed out after taking a knock against Albion. There were some 'friendly' faces in the Cove ranks with Vigurs, Draper and McAllister in opposition.
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    • Inverness CT 2 (2p)-2 (3p) Stirling Albion - League Cup
      Bino's Bonus: Kevin Rutkiewicz took his Stirling Albion side North for the second group 'A' match for both teams who were looking to continue their winning starts to the League Cup. Something was going to give and it did with the Bino's taking the bonus point after a 2-2 draw. Stirling took an early lead with a superb free kick by Dylan Mackin from twenty-three yards. Kieran Moore stunned the hosts on the counter with a second before Roddy Macgregor pulled one back before the Interval, linking with Duku. Shane Sutherland levelled the tie early in the second half, again Duku the provider. Jack Leitch hit the post for the impressive Bino's as they continued to cause problems. Chances went abegging at both ends and when Doran missed a great opportunity at the end, the game went to penalties to decide the bonus point. When Currie brilliantly saved Sutherland's penalty it was the Bino's that prevailed 3-2, and no one could grudge them that.
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    • Inverness CT -V- Stirling Albion - League Cup
      Second game of the season has Stirling Albion coming North to face the Caley Jags with both sides getting off to a winning start in their opening group 'A' fixture. The Bino's went to Cove and came away with an excellent 3-2 win and Inverness defeated Peterhead 2-0 in Billy Dodds first game flying solo. The match is a 3:00pm kick-off on Saturday afternoon with home fans only allowed in the stadium under current covid restrictions.
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    • Inverness CT 2-0 Peterhead - League Cup
      Winning start for Dodds: The season kicked off in earnest tonight for the Caley Jags with a group 'A' League Cup encounter against Peterhead. It was a winning start for Billy Dodds in his first competitive game in charge of Inverness. It was a second defeat for Peterhead who been beaten in their opener by Hearts at the weekend. 

      After a cautious start Inverness began to control the pace of the game but chances were at a premium. The best chance came when Aaron Doran spectacularly flicked a cross goalwards but Brett Long dived to his right to prevent a goal. Tom Walsh blazed a strike over on the run after a dummy from Duku put him through. Manny Duku was causing problems on the ground and in the air. Sean Welsh missed a tremendous opportunity as he headed just over when it looked easier to score, but it remained goalless at the interval. Early in the second half Duku broke the deadlock with a drilled effort from just inside the box and Aaron Doran doubled the advantage with a stunning twenty-five yard shot into the top corner four minutes later. The hosts saw out the remainder of the game well in control with Peterhead rarely threatening.
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