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    Inverness CT (1-2) Hamilton - Play off Final 2nd Leg - Preview


    Comfortably Numb


    Pink Floyd wrote this song about the club we have followed since it's inception in August 1994. The first two verses (Hello & Come on Now) are about the fans speaking to the club and getting no replies, then asking through the Trust if everything is OK. Relax is the board questioning the fans about the hurt that has been caused by mis-management and not listening to our views and then replying and stating our insignificance. OK & Stand Up are the solutions to our problems. The final verse in bold is about the board ignoring the warning signs and that is why we are on the verge of disappearing into the abyss.

    Is there anybody in there?
    Just nod if you can hear me
    Is there anyone at home?

    Come on now
    I hear you're feeling down
    Well, I can ease your pain
    Get you on your feet again

    I'll need some information first
    Just the basic facts
    Can you show me where it hurts?

    There is no pain, you are receding
    A distant ship smoke on the horizon
    You are only coming through in waves
    Your lips move but I can't hear what you're saying
    When I was a child I had a fever
    My hands felt just like two balloons
    Now I've got that feeling once again
    I can't explain, you would not understand
    This is not how I am
    I have become comfortably numb

    I have become comfortably numb

    Just a little pin prick
    There'll be no more ah!
    But you may feel a little sick

    Can you stand up?
    I do believe it's working, good
    That'll keep you going through the show
    Come on, it's time to go

    There is no pain you are receding
    A distant ship smoke on the horizon
    You are only coming through in waves
    Your lips move but I can't hear what you're saying

    When I was a child
    I caught a fleeting glimpse
    Out of the corner of my eye

    I turned to look but it was gone
    I cannot put my finger on it now

    The child is grown
    The dream is gone......

    We have become comfortably numb :ictscarf:😢 💀 👀

    Listen for yourself, it's all in here>>>

    The hurt, the pain, the reluctance and pig-headedness to listen to the fans asking what is going on, the lack of communication, the lack of ambition, the stench of mismanagement, the concert company, the battery farm, the demise since winning the Scottish Cup in 2015, the lack of passion, the lack of commitment, the dwindling fanbase, the lack of leadership. It has left the fans comfortably numb: a state of severe alienation and burnout. When the pressures of life and the evils, insanity and corruption of the outside world are too much and you build a mental wall and you shut yourself out from everything and everyone. You just want to retreat by watching TV or listening to music a LOT to take you from your inner pain but your attention span is so minimized you may wind up on the couch looking up at the ceiling and constantly changing TV channels with the remote. Certain scenes or sounds may bring up painful emotions and make you cry. (urban dictionary)


    Match/Ticket/Parking Info

    Naelifts it's a 17:30 kick off




    A bit about the game: We lost 2-1 at New Douglas Park on Wednesday night. An incredibly inventive goal from Kevin O'Hara or a comedy of errors from an Inverness point of view saw us go one down in the sixth minute. Another dubious goal saw us two down with Ridgers claiming he was being impeded. We could have lost a third in that first half horror show had Graham Grainger spotted Wallace Duffy blocking a shot with his arm. Enter Samson Lawal and suddenly things began to look better, and even more better when Aribim Pepple scored with his first touch after 68 minutes. Game on and all to play for on Saturday as we start the game one goal down. Danny Devine won't take part after rolling his ankle on the halfway line. All are in agreement that Lawal and Pepple should play a bigger part, but will anyone listen to us. I won't hold my breath. It's our final game of this season, win or lose. It could be a defining game in the history of this club. What on earth have we become...

    Less of this>>>
    Off the post, off the head of Ridgers and into the back of the net! Hamilton take the lead! pic.twitter.com/WY6JtjdaCh

    And more of this>>>


    Here's Dunc pre-match>>>

    Danny Devine out, Sean McAllister out returned to Everton broken.

    The rest: As you were no doubt with Savage replacing Devine.






    Can we take advantage of Accies having been on the grass all season :rasta:



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