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  1. And if we can't manage that we could always follow the example of the FC Magdeburg fans who felt the need to show their misfiring forwards where the goal is!
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  2. There's quite a few Caley Thistle fans that stay away from Pittodrie - especially after the shambles of last season. Twenty two Caley Thistle fans ejected from the stadium by stewards using force, attempting confrontations with fans and with the stewards behaving like hooligans. On that day, there were no police present at Pittodrie - it was an experiment that backfired. The same happened earlier this season and also well into double figures, Motherwell fans were treated the same way. It made the press aided by Tam Cowan. I was delighted to find out on Saturday that Pittodrie have a r
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  3. Hello Mr Bear, might i suggest we do a player swap, we have one combative and consistent defender called David Proctor and a hard working utility player called Claude Gnakpa, they are yours in exchange for Adam Rooney, we get our vacant striker and you get a straight exchange plus one more player added to your small squad - is it a deal?
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  4. Sorry not Adam, although to be honest he has not been a massive success for us, more of a holding player than an out and out goal scorer. Still wouldn't let him go though as we are so desperate for players. Thanks for the tips re-pubs, might give the ITC club a shout :) Should be an interesting game, you need the points, they need em etc etc. I came to Inverness a few years back and whilst I was there paid a visit to the ground and asked if I could look around. The club secretary stopped what she was doing and gave me a personal tour. Have always had a soft spot for em since
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  5. If you are Adam Rooney being interviewed for the current vacancy of striker at ICT, then you are very welcome but you shouldn't really be drinking before the match!
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  6. At the end of the day, ICT have been very lucky in some ways ...... we have generally had people at the helm, or in positions of extreme influence due to their own shareholdings, or control over other (company/organisational) shareholdings, who have had our club's best interests at heart. Regardless of anyone's personal opinions about Messrs McGillivray, Sutherland, Savage, Catto, Fraser, et all ... I firmly believe they have all been of a mind to try and move the club forward in their own way(s) and for the most part they have done that. If you doubt that, sit back and think for a moment
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