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  1. Mate, I do get what you are saying but football is a business and requires a certain ruthlessness. My concerns are we may have missed the opportunity to build on our recent success and our crowds continue to hover around 2500. Appreciate you cannot drag folk to games and whoever solves the mystery of the disappearing fans will be a rich man, but do we need changes throughout to try and revitalise the club and bring in fresh ideas.
    3 points
  2. What I meant by small community club, was more of a positive remark than an attempt to belittle the club. As in a close knit community. We are a relatively small, even by Scottish terms, club but a very successful one of which we should be proud. To do what we've done in little over 22 years should be lauded. I was however remarking on a tendency to become divided and ostracise certain sectors of the club, considering that we would like to consider the club as a close knit family and community club. Maybe it's wishful thinking and there are no clubs out there that are really li
    3 points
  3. Whilst we desperately need a goalscorer, would Storey be the answer? He's barely kicked a ball since August, and in his last 25 games for us scored 6 times, a strike rate worse than Doumbouya.
    2 points
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  5. If we use the "Pre-Merger Fan Count" calculator.....we'll have about 25,000 claiming they were there.
    1 point
  6. If the other 4998 reply as well this will be the longest thread ever
    1 point
  7. Not sure why the surprise - this has been a done deal fer months !! Never mind the stackers like the Walrus and Fisher. What about Storey and Boden ? That would neutralise many of the lumbering centre backs in the SPL, provide us with movement in both attacking and defending aspects, make room for the like of Draper in the "hole" and cut out the hoof tactic. And then we also have the wee Bluebell in reserve.
    1 point
  8. 12th man, you were perhaps being a bit too selective when you chose only to quote the words "Yogi with a team that reached Europe and won the Scottish Cup, was a result of the quality of the players he recruited " whereas if you had instead chosen to extend your quote to the entire sentence "It has become increasingly apparent that much of the success of the Butcher era, which had enough momentum to provide Yogi with a team that reached Europe and won the Scottish Cup, was a result of the quality of the players he recruited" a different interpretation may have emerged. Now I do agree that
    1 point
  9. You're forgetting that some posts are ironic.
    1 point
  10. Don't worry, this Ebbe thing is all just a clever hoax by the ICT media team. Obviously there's no way a player who didn't make the grade in the LOI and slid down to amateur level over there would suddenly earn a move to our top flight. Just how desperate do you think we are?!
    1 point
  11. If the team wasn't sitting bottom of the league I'm positive there wouldn't be the same furore surrounding the performance of the board. It's very easy to argue that over a 4 year period where we managed successive top 6 finishes, two cup finals, one Scottish Cup win and European qualification we were really punching above our weight in terms of club infrastructure, fan base, budget etc etc. Surely this comes down to good work on both management and board sides. Terry Butcher had a very good model for player recruitment and left behind an excellent core for Yogi. Now obviously we con
    1 point
  12. Greeny just for this phrase, which I think would be an excellent choice of under-badge motto on next season's strip.
    1 point
  13. Thank you Kingsmills. I felt entitled/obliged to respond once and briefly to Dougal's initial red herring but would really much prefer to examine the role and performance of the ICT Board, not only at the moment but on an ongoing basis across several years. Just as I warmly endorsed an earlier post from PerfICT, I would similarly want to commend the recent injection of realism from iamthecaptain1.
    1 point
  14. No complaints from me about that game yesterday (other than the performance of ICT obviously). County thoroughly deserved that win and probably should have been out of sight by half time. I felt they did to us what we had done to them on so many occasions in the past - sit in and hit on the counter. Interesting to see Boyce played almost like a right winger for most of the game. I've not often been impressed with Boyce in games between the sides in Dingwall but I thought he was excellent yesterday. A real menace and he took his goals well although I think he'd be chancing it to say his second
    1 point
  15. Chirpy chirpy cheep cheep - hovering like a vulture
    1 point
  16. got a couple of bites.
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