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  1. We remain 4th , but the gap to the top increases and the teams behind close in. No critisisim in the effort from ICT today, plenty of pressure & shots, but like the season so far, lack of clinical finishing!!!! Well done to the team today, but not for the first time this season, not good enough ?
    4 points
  2. Who says he's a traffic cone lol mon the big man !
    4 points
  3. I really don't know how we lost that. We recovered from going behind, and were the better team for the last hour. I can't fault the players for effort, and we came very close a couple of times, particularly through Walsh and McCart. I thought Walsh had an excellent game, closely followed by Polworth, Rooney and McCart, but all 11 played their part in what easily could have been a win. I don't agree about the substitutions. We were well on top, so not changing it was the right thing. That changed with the County goal. County fans I spoke to afterwards couldn't believe
    3 points
  4. Walsh lacked composure? He was stand out for me ? and IMHO he terrorised their defence. I thought Draper was poor. But hey, that’s football, we all see things differently. Fact remains we dominated and came away defeated. If we could recreate the atmosphere from today at home, wouldn’t it be tremendous ?
    3 points
  5. To be fair, I thought we played outstanding today. We dominated county, particularly in the second half. The fact their keeper got mom says it all. White's goal looked like a great finish and I thought he played with heart and passion and did his best to lift the crowd too. Any other day we would have scored 3 or 4. Had the finishing been better it could have been 5 or 6. Plenty of passion on display throughout the team. Think Rooney could face further trouble though. Looked like several punches were thrown. And more than 2 could have been sent off.
    3 points
  6. missing the start of the Edinburgh Derby no doubt
    3 points
  7. Really pissed off with that result! I thought we were the better team, County robbed us big style, but no matter how good we are it's scoring goals that win games. This is unfortunatley the story if our season with missed chances caused by poor finishing and an alarming knack of shooting ourselves in the foot on a regular basis. Draper today had Polly in his pocket, Doran failed to ignite our attack and only Walsh looked creative but his final ball was quite often lacking composure. White managed to get us level but was guilty ( again) of poor ball control and missing a couple
    2 points
  8. As said so many times this season, our lack of finishing was our undoing again. Then County did a Dick Turpin on us to steal the three points they didn't deserve. Subs should have been on earlier to give fresh legs.
    1 point
  9. I agree. We seem to save our best displays for County. If we can become consistent and play for 90 minutes every week it will make a big difference.
    1 point
  10. We were the better team except where it came to the all important aspect of taking our chances. A regular theme and, unless we somehow manage to secure the services of a more clinical striker in the January window, is one likely to cost us our chances of promotion.
    1 point
  11. OOPS ! Well that is disappointing. Not yet seen the video but it sounds as if there may be a lack of an ability to direct the ball accurately and near misses don't count I'm afraid. I was just reviewing Mantis's video of the Morton match and that's also the fact --too many reasonable chances over the bar or just plain not on target. The boys seem to be playing very well but truly the finishing needs a lot more work. e,.g Why so many balls too high and/or over the bar or, whether left or right, missed the goal completely. Maybe instilling a little more composure might work? I don
    1 point
  12. Except, it wouldn't. On any other day we would likely have done what we did today, and have done so many other times this season, by not taking our chances. What's happening is not down to bad luck or not getting the rub. The team are simply not good enough.
    1 point
  13. Thanks for explaining ? It doesn't matter how they're scored but playing a 5 man attack doesn't mean more goals. Tactics have always been important. A more natural attacking mid/forward would mean more goals than a poacher in a 4-2-3-1 system.
    1 point
  14. Can’t disagree. Possession and heart very encouraging, but get the ball in the net. Graham is a dirty bar steward,his intent was clear from the minute the ball was played but tbf to Dallas had the red out immediately so no real need to get a man sent off. But nice to see a scrap at a derby too....??. Great atmosphere, great game just a ***** result.
    1 point
  15. Careful pal you'll be hit up with stats on how our strikers are amongst the best on the planet more touches than Messi the old traffic cone lol
    1 point
  16. The aim of football is to score at least one or more goals than your opponents!!!!! It is the final part ( scoring) that has been and continues to be our issue. Lots of effort and enthusiasm from defence to midfield will not win games........ scoring ...... regardless of how, creates results ?
    1 point
  17. Him and Beith sitting there on the Buckie with the hearts scarves on
    1 point
  18. Dunno bud Robbo must have looked at these players and thought they'd do a turn I no the budgets no the biggest but come on Livi got good guys on less same as Ayr this season! Another mid table finish Robbo be sacked!
    1 point
  19. I don't think it is finishing. It's the central attacking midfielder. ICT is converting midfielders to forwards. But that system works best when you have a forward that can drop back, like Foran or Sanchez in the past. David Platter was terrific at it as he was a converted attacker. Get someone behind White and the goals will go up.
    1 point
  20. It was there for the taking. Twice as many strikes as County , but come up short again.
    1 point
  21. Robbo has been sent to the stand !!!!! He is raging about something !!!!!!!?
    1 point
  22. Aye, Brazilian lad in the U18s. Which is more or less our reserve team, as about a dozen of the "Class of 2018" are still contracted to them as well as the senior squad.
    1 point
  23. With reports that Carl Tremarco is back n the squad, any thoughts on tomorrow's team? I like McCart but he is best in the centre, and he and Donaldson could well be our best pairing. But is tomorrow a day to experiment? If Carl is not fully fit, I suspect an unchanged team. What is the story with Austin? He rarely appears off the bench, despite our lack of experienced players. Anything going in behind the scenes, or is he not fully fit. If Carl is fit, my pick is: Ridgers Rooney Donaldson McCart Tremarco Welsh Chalmers Doran Polworth Walsh Oakley
    1 point
  24. HT 1-1 FT 2-3 ICT Oakley RC Mckay Crowd 5367 Yellow Draper Red Vigurs Here's to a hopefully very enjoyable trip across the bridge!!
    1 point
  25. Falkirk @ 4.33 ta... ...reckon that just about guarantees an away win for the Pars now Gringo ?
    1 point
  26. Derby Day No3 It's the Highland Derby up next where Inverness take on table topping Ross County at Dingwall on Saturday. Ross County climbed to the top of the table last week after beating PartickThistle 2-0 at the Global Energy Stadium. A penalty from Billy Mckay and a late Ross Stewart strike were enough to see off the struggling Glasgow side. Inverness went back into the top four after a narrow 1-2 win at Cappielow, only our fifth League win of the season. An early Tom Walsh goal and a second from Aaron Doran with a header should have opened the floodgates against ten
    1 point
  27. Thank you for the good times but now feck aff to whatever moose eating colony are stooped enuff to take you.
    1 point
  28. Hope you enjoy the game. Could be a corker. And a win for ICT would. be the icing on the cake wouldn't it? Today I had a talk with one of the Maple Ridge, British Columbia, major City Officials when he came over to my house to discuss a couple of complaints I had about the damage Yobbos have been inflicting on cars as they enter and come down this street because it is a shortcut for them. We had a successful meeting and a new firm friendship has been established. Which is not surprising since his name is Frank Quinn and he is of Irish background and likes football and he knows q
    0 points
  29. ...in games obviously. Best not to start him in the festive derby game, or even bring him on chasing the game if we're a couple down. Don't think he's the type to hold back in a 50/50 which could easily end up with him out for longer.
    -1 points
  30. Wee judas himself had to be that money grabbing rat! And us with the traffic cone up front
    -1 points
  31. Raging bout this result another mid table finish looming unless Robbo gets his finger out and signs a striker if no just stay in the stand wee man!
    -1 points
  32. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1301170333364243&id=143233165824638 Not sure if the link will work or not, but here's CCTV footage of the incident. Once again, I still don't approve of his actions, but the media didn't report anything about her almost knocking him down, flooring it into the back of his car, or multiple opportunities to speed out of the car park and call the police...rather it reporting that he had leaped out of the car and started clobbering her because of a small bump. But she is certainly not 100% innocent in this story. Wholly, his sacking
    -2 points


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