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    A particularly weak bench IMO. 3 home grown youngsters who have yet to prove themselves at this level and two new signings who have also to prove themselves at this level. What is also of concern is that there were only 5 on the bench. This shows our squad is pretty threadbare and we do still need at least 2 or 3 signings to compete in the top flight. At least Richie is off to a better start than Brendan Rodgers.
  3. 1 point
    Delighted with a winning start. These games are still effectively pre season games so more chance of an upset than normal and folk have to be aware and understand this. Fitness and sharpness levels will come as more games played.
  4. 1 point
    The media refer to us as Caley more often than not so for that reason I'm in .
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    16 July Jamie Duff scored Elgin's goal in their 3-1 loss to St Johnstone. In Norway Toby Agdestein scored one (and set up two others) in a 4-1 win for Haugesund, over Viling.
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    Pride of the Highlands is a decent enough slogan for the club to use where appropriate, but I really disagree with it being used on the official club badge. In my opinion it just looks a little tacky. I think it would be worthwhile trying to get the opinion of the majority on fans on this, and then writing to the club if there is a clear consensus against the new design. A couple of years ago there was uproar when Everton changed their club badge. There was then discussion between the club and fans and a new badge was agreed upon for the following season.
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    I have no problem with social media abreviations because the name is so long. However, there was absolutely no need to change our identity on our badge.
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    Pride of the Highlands is, has been and always will be naff. It makes the club sound provincial and plays up to the southern, parochial view of clubs outside the central belt.
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    To be fair over the years we have been known As ICTFC a lot and it works. We obviously are still Inverness Caledonian Thistle Football Club, this is a shortened version. We are also the pride of the highlands. i like it and in this day and age of social media people will know who we are seeing as our official Twitter with nearly 19k followers is @ICTFC
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    Not the starting line up that I expected but certainly interesting...good bench too. David Raven unavailable ?
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