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  1. Great to see folk so up for a trip to Hampden again (as they should be) but don't forget we've got a load of equally important games coming up in the league so let's get along to TCS or to some of the away games between now and mid April to get behind the team.
    6 points
  2. I usually vote but, today all ICT were top class and deserve full marks. So, I will not be voting tonight. Full marks to all 11, the subs, and Robbo and Kell - the celebrations were great and all the travelling awayday fans had a great day.
    5 points
  3. Wow what a depressing post We have put league leaders County and Dundee Utd out of the cup and the money we will gain is so needed you are definitely a glass half empty person incredible negativity after such a great day yeaterday were you at game btw?
    4 points
  4. Surely your wife will understand that you will have many more wedding anniversaries than Scottish Cup semi-finals?
    4 points
  5. I'll be there plus 20 odd Stoke city/Derby county fans. Since I've moved down to uttoxeter they have all taken Inverness as there Scottish team
    4 points
  6. I feel obliged to start this thread in praise of John Robertson and how he set us up today, imho, he got it spot on. As most of you know, I am not always Robbo's biggest supporter so by starting this, I'm kind of admitting my errors regarding that. I spoke with the site manager last week and basically apologised for some of my posts and reactions in the past and we came to a mutual agreement that, after a bad result, I will leave it a day or two before posting, in order to calm down. I thanked him and all the mods for being reasonable with me so, I promise them all that I will not
    3 points
  7. Hearts and Aberdeen have both relied on waking up a large sleeping support who had become disillusioned. Hearts foundation are not funding the team or youth...they are paying back Ann Budge and will ultimately have majority ownership in return. The club itself is currently running within it's means without that funding going to it. Aberdeen have the carrot of a new stadium/facilities to get people interested and involved. Motherwell and St Mirren situations are more on a parallel with ours...but both plans to move towards fan funding involve fan ownership. All if the above
    3 points
  8. I have always liked the idea of the killie trust. https://killietrust.killiefc.com/ Its been very sucessful in raising much meeded funds for the club while geting a fans representative on their board.
    3 points
  9. As everyone is entitled to their own valued opinion I ll leave the answer to the question to yourselves but I would say that but on the basis of the context of the stories and my recollection of them, I m no sure where I m sitting. The Pied Piper memorized poor unsuspecting innocent youngsters into something and somewhere they didnt know where they were going and when they got there didnt want to be. Dinna think there are alot of poor unsuspecting innocents here ! The Samaritan. The victim of a savage assault was beaten and stripped and left to die. Clearly in need of immediate help his
    3 points
  10. After watching the game against Dunfermline then on to beat County in the next game, this was so so similar. Robbo got it spot on. The Tuesday performance was a gear below that yesterday. He gave United something on Tuesday to take it all back yesterday. Our lads were immense. Fortress Tannadice ! Played them off the park from start to finish. It indeed is a fine day to be in Dundee ! Perfect !
    3 points
  11. I am the only one seriously considering giving it a miss. It is simply a case of "done it all before", monotonous, boring and too crowded.
    3 points
  12. Caley D What would it cost to have it framed, with glass added ,to preserve it for the future with an intent to hand it over to the club. It does appear to be a largish item but please contact me by email or phone to discuss the cost of full and proper framing as above and I will be happy to make a significant contribution to your kitty for this purpose. Scarlet
    3 points
  13. Best day out I’ve ever had in Dundee? ICT and the Scottish Cup ?❤️ ?❤️?❤️ “Dear Arabs Roond Ye Love Coll xx “
    3 points
  14. ICT v Hearts or Partick A real chance to reach our second Scottish Cup final.
    2 points
  15. Not often that I hope for a Rangers victory but an Old Firm clash would guarantee the other semi final selling out which would mean us netting the best part of quarter of a million pounds from the semis which will go some way to plugging our financial black hole.
    2 points
  16. I did 10,000 steps walking about Dundee city centre with my Caley coat on pi55ing as many Arabs off as humanly possible. A very good day to be a Jaggie !! Roll on Hampden !
    2 points
  17. Maybe not if he goes to the football ?
    2 points
  18. Put that straight into the club's budget ?
    2 points
  19. Have to be clear with this, a west coast problem? Don't we continually not comment on the hoards of buses that leave the entirety of towns around Scotland to go watch the two vile clubs. Have we not listened to both these clubs away fans sing anti catholic and anti protestant songs at us, and often when they were playing on our turf they had a lot of "local" fans in their ranks. It is a Scottish problem, but it is almost exclusively linked to the two biggest clubs ( although you cannot exclude the capitals big two also, but to a lesser extent ) I think the only way to really tackle this i
    2 points
  20. Coll at the end walking towards the shed end clapping the utd fans then giving them the up ya salute was absolute class.
    2 points
  21. To McMullen, Neilson, et al...giruy
    2 points
  22. From looking at the rules they are reset prior to the Semi Final....so think he's ok.
    2 points
  23. Oooooft, I'm too busy arguing with Arabs on twitter, forgot about it. I'll get it sorted..
    2 points
  24. I think we are all missing the one true, real hero responsible for this result. Take a bow Michael Gardyne, without your unselfish schooling of one of our players in the previous round I Very much doubt that today would have turned out so well for us. Bravo Sir!!!
    2 points
  25. Thanks to Billy Dodds for speaking up for ICT and calling McMullan a cheat!
    2 points
  26. Would be downright rude not too!!!
    1 point
  27. Certainly hope we don't have to wait for the Dons/Sevco replay before knowing the date/time. Quite a few of us have flights to book. I had hoped to do that tomorrow.
    1 point
  28. Are you calling Aberdeen and Partick ugly sisters.? ?
    1 point
  29. We get what the others don't want. Same as always.
    1 point
  30. Great opportunity! Neither side looked any great shakes tonight. Bring it on.
    1 point
  31. Have a look at the player rater on the BBC website. Doran justifiably the MOM, but United fans must have voted low for Coll...... Great he had the last laugh!!
    1 point
  32. To be fair, it's mainly the fact nobody wants him. Yeah, he can score pure bangers from outside the box, but his time in the sun died after a chain of injuries, nobody expected him to return to his old self.
    1 point
  33. Gutted that, as my wedding anniversary, booked weekend away in Edinburgh. Will now need to try and persuade wife that I had always planned a day out in Glasgow as well!
    1 point
  34. Don't forget we can beat Celtic too on our day!
    1 point
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  36. What a belting game fancy our chances of another final hopefully against Celtic we can beat either of the others on our day! White again played well he's defo improved massively be a big player in the run in and Trafford wtaf what a killer in midfield not a player Iv ever rated but what a shift he put in! Hopefully like last season wer peaking at the right time for the play offs Walsh and McDonald to come back things are looking up at last! Wee man away to school in the Caley trackie bouncing!
    1 point
  37. I will be there but I do think that there might be some merit in having two leg semi finals, home and away, like they do in the English League Cup so that fans who can't, for whatever reason, travel can attend. I would still pool the income so that teams with smaller grounds don't lose out. Hampden could be kept for the final which would make the final even more special.
    1 point
  38. The police were all in aberdeen as i headed home up the A90 after the game yesterday I passed st least 7 police vans and the horse police lorry all heading south.
    1 point
  39. That's odd. I thought I saw them there in 2015 ?
    1 point
  40. WOW just WOW What a day p.s. the roadworks on the A9 just now unreal they are everywhere p.p.s. Rig thanks for the troll inn tip. Not sure if it was meant seriously but we had a great time the only two ICT fans in amongst jam packed Arabs great place to be and would go back in a heartbeat
    1 point
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  42. Did anyone seethe coins thrown on after coll did that? Think Rooney caught one on the head.
    1 point
  43. Very encouraging reports and comments on here today. A berth in the fInal does not in any way seem unattainable now! This team has coalesced fantastically this season as time slipped by and frankly that game against County was a turning point for me. Looking forward to the next few games I must say. And John Robertson's human antics after the match had me splitting my sides. Good on you JR.
    1 point
  44. Not a bit condescending, totally. The guy really thinks he's something special but what a total arse he really is. Maybe just sneaks ahead of Gardyne as the biggest tool in the Championship. Great performance by all and totally agree Jordan White was unplayable today.
    1 point
  45. Robbie Nielson comments in after match report a bit condescending and arrogant that they shouldn't be losing to Inverness at home.
    1 point
  46. And who did't love Robbo's jig of delight when the winner went in?!
    1 point
  47. "making the most of his skills as front man" Best description of big Jordan yet. I thought he was superb today, really growing into his role in the side
    1 point
  48. Aaron Doran playing a blinder, hope he can keep that up, so much coming through him down the left. Looking good... ?
    1 point
  49. What people have to remember is that these youngsters are still only 16/17 years old so to expect them to dramatically change our season or be the saviours of the club is nonsense. The aim this season was to get promoted and until that is not possible, the young players will need to wait their time and, if they do play they need experienced players around them. The young players also need to visit the gym and bulk up a bit as they will struggle physically until do. Just look at the difference bulking up has made to Ryan Christie.
    1 point
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