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  1. Billy Ferries, Gordon Connelly, Neale Cooper, Alex Smith, Owen Coyle, Liam Boyce, Stuart Kettlewell, Richie Brittain, Sandy Ross, Steven Ferguson, Chris Somerville, Deek Adams, Jamie MacPherson, Brian Grant, Steven Hutchison, Ian Maxwell, Don Cowie Sr, Don Cowie Jr, Kenny Gilbert, Brian Irvine, Iain Vigurs, Michael Gardyne, Mark Hateley, Alex Bone, Deek Adams, Dick Campbell, Julian Broddle, Billy Herd, Willie Furphy, Derek Holmes, Jimmy Calderwood, Deek Adams, Willie McStay, The Jailender, Scott Leitch, Uncle Roy, Coll Donaldson, Hector MacLennan, Deek Adams, Jim McIntyre, Darren Henderson, To
    14 points
  2. For example: In the Jailend- where your brother is your dad In the Jailend- where your team is just so bad In the Jailend - Caley always make you sad In the Jailend, in the Jailend
    12 points
  3. With apologies for the double post but given how derided they have been during the ICT careers I think it's only fair that (Brad) Mckay and Devine get some acknowledgement for their performances at the back. We have looked a lot better defensively in recent weeks and if people are going to criticise players when it's going wrong it's only fair to praise them when things are going well. Whilst players like Todorov and MacKay are, rightly, getting a lot of applause the likes of Devine and Mckay should also be included.
    9 points
  4. Brilliant result for us and one that keeps our brilliant form going in to two very important league games. David Carson brilliant once again aswell as welsh and toddy. I cant believe how many people have over looked how much of a good signing danny devine has been for us this season he has played 18 leagues games losing just 3 out of 18, the 4 games that he hasnt played in we have lost 3 out of 4. His experience has helped Carson settle in to right back and also a very young back line progress. This perception that he is a bad player i just do not get at all, anyhow up th
    9 points
  5. Buckie Thistle gave us more of a fright than County did!
    8 points
  6. We were hungry, up for it and wanted it, and by f**k we got it and deserved it!! Well done to all involved!! It just feels good tonight and has blown away the cobwebs of a year or so of crap. 90 minutes of escaping the real world which is the joy football and our club gives you every so often. Great night to be an ICT fan. Must admit that C**nty seem like a team on a downward spiral. For all their extra money, resources and our ex-players who thought the grass was greener on the other side, all I have to say is GIRUY!!!!! Last words before I keel over as I am absolutely knackered aft
    7 points
  7. Let’s put tonight in context. A Championship team that has struggled against teams like Alloa this season was drawn away to a Premiership team that has beaten the reigning Scottish Champions twice this season. Only one team played well. Only one team deserved to win. Only one team looked like the best team in the Highlands. Only one team looked like the Premiership team. Which team? The wonderful Inverness Caledonian Thistle. If we make the play offs, tonight showed we have nothing to fear Happy Easter all! Onwards and (hopefully) upwards.
    7 points
  8. As Renton said in Trainspotting, 'I haven't felt this good since Archie Gemmill scored against Holland' 🤣🤣🤣
    7 points
  9. Just wondering if County have achieved another first here. Are they the first Premiership side ever to have been dumped out of the Scottish Cup whilst no less that 3 Highland League sides remain in it?
    6 points
  10. Well I have just got home from another busy night caring for the mentally ill of Lancashire. I now cant believe that - as I would always have done before - I did not look to swopping my shift. I have evidently expressed my disinterest in this season as a whole, probably related to my work experience. But I was keeping an eye on the scores as I drove through the streets of Preston - and when I saw the final score that olde beautiful buzz restarted the footballing heartbeat. It felt like we had actually won the Scottish Cup again. I could only picture a full, rejoicing Away End and taught by Hea
    6 points
  11. This was a huge win for us today. At the start of the season the number 1 objective must simply have been survival as a club and then maintaining our position in the Championship. It has been a difficult season in so many ways, but this run of 10 points from 4 games means that a win away at Morton in the next league game should dispel any lingering concerns of relegation. We've looked pretty nervy at times in these last few games, but the hard graft has taken us to a position where we've really nothing to lose. It's been a great effort. Time now to do our neighbours OTB a good turn a
    6 points
  12. We have reached the stage of the season where it's points not performance that count and that's another 3 in the bag to extend our winning run. If we can keep grinding out results then a play off place remains an increasingly distinct possibility. In past seasons a play off place other than finishing second in the league has been a bit of a poisoned chalice due to the fatigue involved in having to play the extra play off rounds after a long and full season. However, this season could be different with a quarter fewer league fixtures and no Challenge Cup games. Any of the pl
    6 points
  13. After receiving a wonderful phone call from greenock telling me I had won the morton 50 50 halftime draw I am starting to like online football. Let's hope tomorrow is just as rewarding for caley thistle.
    5 points
  14. Whatever the reason, things seem to have gelled in the last month. However, we did have a shorter pre season than other clubs and a long injury list for many months. And we will never know the impact the personal challenges facing Robbo and Kells were having on the players. I just hope both are getting over the challenges they have faced and feel able to return at the right time for them. In the meantime, I hope they are enjoying the run and we are able to get into the play off places for them.
    5 points
  15. But with the wee caveat that our 2nd came from a County set play!
    5 points
  16. The joy was even sweeter because we know what it feels like to watch our team play the John Hughes defensive style of play, and how depressing it is. Our Caley Pinks (sounds a bit like a variety of potato), were the complete opposite flying freely down the pitch like a flock of flamingos.
    5 points
  17. Turned out it was a harder game against Buckie.
    5 points
  18. And it’s a pity too that County’s fans weren’t there, so we could have watched them streaming out when Sutherland scored our third!
    5 points
  19. Performance or points.... performance or points... performance or points.... Points please💪
    5 points
  20. What a difference in the last 3 games. We have outplayed the teams in 2nd and 3rd, kept 3 clean sheets, taken 7 points out of 9 (and it could have been 9), moved from 9th to 5th and are in touching distance of the right play offs. It is noticeable we have changed back to our normal formation and are no longer trying to play it out from the back all the time. Through this, we have been missing up to 6 players and playing with no natural full backs. Ridgers has not been overly challenged in these games. Carson and Deas have been revelations at full back. The much maligned Mckay an
    5 points
  21. I'm assuming this a temporary position to help Neil while Robbo and Kells are away so I don't see this as a negative - anyone willing to chip in to help us get to the end of this season and keep us in the Championship is welcome.
    5 points
  22. Harsh imo. Were we watching the same match?
    5 points
  23. Faith restored after seeing a great battling performance.
    5 points
  24. Mine will be renewed, in eternal hope of better season(s) ahead. Football clubs are for life, not just Christmas.
    5 points
  25. Typical of the Jaggies to try and take over.
    4 points
  26. We were 2nd best for much of that but 4 terrific strikes was the difference. Credit to Morton though, they kept going to the end and provided a greater threat than last Friday's opponents. They had a good bit more of the possession and put us under a lot of pressure as the corner count demonstrates. Our back line played pretty well, but at times it was back to the wall stuff. A lot has been said about Allan, but tonight he looked some way short of match fit. We suddenly looked a lot more threatening when Sutherland replaced him. A win against Queen of the South at the weekend or bot
    4 points
  27. ..and mine. Another confident performance. Shane giving up his day job and reverting to full time football was a gamble for him and for us but one that is increasingly paying off. In his current form he is unlucky not to start but a wonderful asset to bring on from the bench. It's increasingly apparent that the fact that the start of our timely run of form coincided with bringing in Billy Dodds is no coincidence at all. Pity Dundee got all three points but, if we continue to play like this we won't have to worry about what other teams are doing.
    4 points
  28. I agree but this week will give us a good indication as to whether the play offs are achievable. We need two good results against Morton and Queen of the South. We lost to both last time out, in games we should have done better in, so time to right two wrongs!
    4 points
  29. That was the most enjoyable performance and result that I can remember for some time. Great to feel that ICT buzz again. All of a sudden we have hit form at just the right time and it should be well within the team's ability to get into the play-offs.
    4 points
  30. And that in a nutshell somes up why Hughes isn't a great manager, despite what some of our supporters think. The style of play he tries to play only works with good players, poor to average players just cannot make it work and Hughes is incapable of changing his system.
    4 points
  31. I can't believe he is only 19, he is the sort of gamechanger that every side needs [certainly at this level, and eventually at Premiership level], he'll have off-days of course, but he has been very influential this season. As someone else said, Devine has done well this season, and has been under-rated. Strong performances all round, but Toddy is surely becoming a bit of a cult figure.
    4 points
  32. Really enjoyed the game tonight, it was great to see the team playing with confidence, feeling so much more positive. Credit to McCann for bringing something new to the team and a freshness we were needing. John Hughes saying before the game he wants to win cup with county too, win the game tonight take the plaudits then on to the next round 😄oops. 3 great goals for us too, come on ICT
    4 points
  33. Never been as proud to support ICT as I am tonight, especially after getting told by County fan friends on Facebook and an idiot St Johnstone fan friend that we'd "get pumped". The idiot St J fan even said it was "undeserved" 🤔 I am always optimistic lol but I still believe we can get promoted this season especially if we play as excellent as tonight. It was a team effort so I'm not going to single out anyone as man of the match. :ictscarf: :ictscarf: :ictscarf:
    4 points
  34. #bigteambigcupweeteamweecup
    4 points
  35. Well done to all the team for a good game, three good goals and a great result against County Just like the old days
    4 points
  36. It’s not Good Friday, it’s flippin Great Friday! 😀😀😀
    4 points
  37. Ross County 1 - Inverness Caledonian Thistle 3. It might not be in the league and it might not be quite 5-0, but this will do me just fine. C'mon Caley!
    4 points
  38. You would have missed Andy Bannerman signing off then, when he said: "The final score here at the Caledonian Stadium in the SPFL Championship: Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0, Arbroath 1."
    4 points
  39. Full time.....massive 3 points today.
    4 points
  40. You can be eternally grateful for that last point
    4 points
  41. It's certainly been quite the upturn in results and good news since Billy Dodds arrived. Just need Carson to sign a 5 year contract now 😁
    4 points
  42. Bonjour mon amis 😊 Looking forward to this match too and also an important one for us. Weather wise it’s sunny, breezy and fairly braw doon by. Not quite 👙 time but getting there! Photos by request 😉 I’m dying to get back to the fitbaw as I’m sure you all are too. Streams are ok but it’s just no’ the same. I need my hugs with the pundits first and foremost as well as them tucking into my (legendary, according to Spencey) buns. 🎂 Enjoy the live stream if yer watching ParsTV today or, like me, listening to Open All Mics on the wireless. 🖤🤍❤️
    4 points
  43. As far as I am concerned he is our manager and will be until he decidede has had had enough
    4 points
  44. To those critical of MacGregor, look at the skill before he passed to Carson to set up Welsh’s header off the bar. Give the kid a break!
    4 points
  45. The most glaring stat I got from the game was this. Where else could you replace one striker with another and half of the total sum of their surnames are u. I give you Duku replacing Ugwu.
    4 points
  46. That was so much better. Everybody put a shift in. Can't ask for much more. Could have been about 4-4! Really enjoyable game. Some great positives. Carson - brilliant, Toderov - one of his best games. Really worked hard at the back. At least we won't go down if we play with that intensity. Well done lads.
    4 points
  47. The camera work and clarity is just so much better than the Pixellot rubbish. I must say than when I saw the live stream with no zoom and no replay, I thought Roddy's early effort was a pretty tame one straight at the keeper, but actually it was a well taken effort with a very sharp low stop by the keeper. We aren't playing great at the moment but I'm sure the Pixellot system makes it seem worse than it actually is. However disappointing the result may be, the highlights by the in-house team certainly bring the good bits to life.
    4 points
  48. A decent performance and a close score will do me but I would be delighted if we take them. However, the league is priority for us, probably as much as it is for them. Let's see how it goes against our old gaffer. Come on the Caley🎶🎶🎶
    3 points
  49. Whilst we forget, it's great to have League 1 & 2 back after the covid break....
    3 points
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