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  1. 5 points
    What amazes me about this topic is that people are slating him and saying they're glad to see the back of him... Well, if you were that bothered about what he DIDNT contribute to the team/club and how USELESS he was, then why are you bothered about talking about him? He's gone. No longer at the club. Wont be back for pre-season. Wont wear an ICT jersey again. In my personal opinion I thought he contributed as much as he could to the side. He came to the club as a striker and was constantly played in midfield. Is it any wonder he didnt get stuck in as much as one might hope? Lets not forget what he DID do whilst here... Set up 2 and scored 1 in the 4-0 win over Utd. - Our first win of the last campaign. He scored the equaliser in the 3-3 derby day draw in the Scottish Cup. He scored the decisive penalty against Stenny in last years league cup. Not to mention he set up a few goals in other important matches, not least the 1-0 win at parkhead.
  2. 2 points
    I hadn't noticed that. Would be happy to have him back
  3. 2 points
    INTRODUCTION: This fairy tale is about the merger of two clans, the Jeggies and the Howden Enders, who lived in the fabled land of Sneck many years ago. There were actually three clans in existence at that time but the Merkinchers had always preferred to be in-bred and stay in their own part of the Kingdom, mainly becos they were usually too intoxicated to go further and/or barred from everywhere else. The three clans had actually lived together in relative harmony but in different standards of living, financial well-being and numbers. But the Sneck Borough Council, in association with the Inversneck Narcissist Emporium (INE), were under pressure to enter in to the prodigious Scottish Premier League of Family Unity and were determined to unite the clans by whatever means, fair or foul. THE AUTHOR: Charlie Binman was a wee bloke who had worked as a Refuse Collector for the Sneck Borough Council all his life. He was naturally an intrusive and nosey little sod who had spent many years foraging through the refuse disposed off by the businesses and families of Sneck, without even getting his hands dirty. He claimed to have links with all the clans although it was oft suspected that his true allegiances lay with the land of Dungwall across the sea. He was an astute academic however and enjoyed running - but then again he had too on many occasions. GTWB Corporation (Publishing Division) would wish to acknowledge the emotional support received from the following sponsors during the production of this fairy tale. Without their support, the project would not have been possible:
  4. 1 point
    Looking for a bright side, it'll be Norway, where the alcohol is far too expensive.
  5. 1 point
    Hear hear G J, well said, short memories and lack of vision with some Youth is a fickle time especially coming with aspirations of Arsenal and beyond, difficult for the young lad but he certainly has more ability than some on here seem to realise and will be a strong player one day soon, given the right opportunity. Could even emulate the great Denis Law. A player of his age leaving two Celtic players on their Ass's and the rest of the defence bemused before crossing the ball for that goal, I laughed my socks off or should I say larfed my socks off, brilliant talent. Fate played it's cruel part when he missed that penalty, that's when his confidence fell flat, but it will come back. There's none so blind as those who cannot see!!!!!!!!
  6. 1 point
    Thursday night kick about are just a general kick about, not connected to CJT. The more the merrier.
  7. 1 point
    Its almost as is Terry has been reading these pages. Article in today's P&J regarding trying to sign Scottish or Scotland based players: Whilst we would all rather more Scottish players in the team it is simply not feasible given our wage structure. Personally I fully understand and accept this and have no problem where Terry sees fit to source our incoming transfers.
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