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  1. OFW- back injury has a chance next week Carlo- hamstring maybe 2 weeks needs assessed Vigurs - groin out next week Dorran- ok Polworth ok little chance against Celtic next week so put on the subs give them a run out and andprepare for the "sheep"
    2 points
  2. Decent point, particularly given the loss of some important players.
    2 points
  3. Against the Jam Tarts we only needed 9!
    2 points
  4. One of those games where I would have taken a draw beforehand but felt disappointed with the draw at the end. We gave away two shockers but in general it was a pretty solid performance all round in what was an exciting end to end game. Having lost OFW in the warm up and then Tremarco soon after the start we did brilliantly to establish a 2 goal lead. On reflection, a draw is a good result but what will be more important is the seriousness of the various injuries. Special mention from me has to go to Lonsana Doumbouya. I thought he put in a fantastic shift and worked the Hearts defence
    1 point
  5. Hearts played the referee they had him just where they wanted him . Really awfull performance from him and the gamesmanship from Walker ,Nielsen and co left a sour taste. Good performance from us all things considered, standout for me was Raven at left back never put a foot wrong.
    1 point
  6. Good result, and 5 points from our last 9 is not a bad return at all. Also, we've lost 1 of the last 9 games, which is outstanding considering our poor start to the season. Listening to the commentary it sounds like Hearts could have nicked it close to the end, so I'm happy with a draw. Good to hear Doumbouya is improving, some glowing reports from commentators on BBC Scotland. All in all, 12 league games into his managerial career and Foran has made a very promising start.
    1 point
  7. 3 excellently taken goals but disappointed to concede 3. Should have really got the win but I would have taken the draw before hand.
    1 point
  8. Always disappointing not to hang on to a 2 goal lead. But after the injuries in the warm up and within the first 10 mins, I'm sure many of us would have settled for a point then. Still in 6th place, but a pity that Partick got a late winner to get close to us. Looking forward to seeing the comments of those at the match
    1 point
  9. 6 years and counting since Hearts have won on our patch.
    1 point
  10. I missed another by Dennis Wyness on Wed 26 Oct, for Huntly in a 2-0 win at Fraserburgh in an Aberdeenshire Shield match
    1 point
  11. Time for revenge The visitors this Saturday are a team we have a wee score to settle with. We were trounced at Tynecastle earlier in the season and it would be nice to reverse that and possibly get our goal difference back to level par. It has taken us since then to get back into the top-six as our goal difference took a pounding that day. Justice would be done if we can get a win, and even better by two goals, that would see us retain our top-six status for now. Old Caley Girl has been busy checking out the stats for this fixture and she has given us this excellent
    1 point
  12. ICT fans are a hardy bunch and I don't anticipate any of them having breakdowns
    1 point
  13. I believe their registered office is actually in Perth. Someone really does need to start a Facebook/Twitter campaign urging a boycott of their facilities and companies and shops which franchise out their car parks to them.
    -1 points
  14. I hope they get back safely without breaking down and with the heads of the occupants intact.
    -1 points
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