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  1. Goals here - Yaaaaaaaaasssssss
    6 points
  2. What a relief that game was. We still didn't create a great deal in terms of clear-cut chances, but the defence held its shape better and the midfielders closed down much more effectively than in recent games, and we never allowed Motherwell to get a grip of the game at any point. The original penalty decision looked a clear-cut handball, and fair play to Craig Thomson for ordering the retake for encroachment, which most teams do and expect to get away with. The Storey goal looked like it had wrongfooted Ripley horribly at the time, and apparently, according to Storey on Twitter, it was a big
    3 points
  3. Great summary Maryhill, especially yer final paragraph. It was an important win for various reasons as you rightly pointed out, but we are still well short of resting on our laurels.
    1 point
  4. Looked better from behind the goal especially after a Highland feckin march to get there !
    1 point
  5. Well done RossP for posting this which is as much as we will get from the BBC! Vigers goal superb
    1 point
  6. Saturday 7 Nov 2015 Scottish Premier A Rooney (Aberdeen 2 - Dundee Utd 0) J Hayes (Aberdeen 2 - Dundee Utd 0) Dafabet Welsh Premier J Oswell (Haverfordwest 0 - Newtown1) Highland League D Gillespie (Deveronvale 0 - Brora R 2) D Khutsishvili (Nairn 3 - Forres 1) C MacMillan (2 pens) (Rothes 2 - Buckie 2) D Wyness (Rothes 2 - Buckie 2)
    1 point
  7. you've got to take your hats off to the guys: Despite continuing to be dealt a shabby hand, they can still pull out a result like that! Rollercoaster of a season.
    1 point
  8. Hope the injuries to Christie and Storey aren't bad ones. We've had more than our fair share of bad luck this season without adding two more of our best players to the injury list.
    1 point
  9. Really good result by the sound of things...Well done ICT Just hope the injuries to Christie, Lopez and Storey aren't serious, besides we will be really struggling to get a bench next time out.
    1 point
  10. Stupendous result, particularly given the circumstances!
    1 point
  11. 1 point
  12. What a week for integrity? Oldco Rangers confirmed as involved in massive multi million pound tax evasion. Rangers newco to retain various titles obtained by Oldco Rangers during the dark years (subject to possible appeal in the tax case but if not, SFA revisiting its rules to check if massive tax evasion is a reason to take a sporting integrity decision). Yogi disciplined for being honest.
    1 point
  13. Well known ICT supporter on this very bridge
    1 point
  14. To be fair to the players, I notice some fans asking them on Twitter when they are due back and normally are very responsive with it - latest being Jordan Roberts who hopes to be back soon. I think it's unfair to blame the club for 'lack of information' when maybe the players themselves want to keep things under wraps. Yes football is an 'entertainment' however the players are also people like you and I. They will be ready when they're ready etc.
    1 point
  15. Great result in what was really a must win game as others have said hope injuries to Christie and Storey are not too serious the plus side is two weeks to next game
    0 points


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