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  1. Indeed that we can agree on. From the games that I've attended and highlights I've seen on SHFL Tv on youtube i would summarise so far: They played almost all of the top 6 of the HL in the first set of games and struggled initially. Its important to point out that the struggle is largely represented in the early scorelines. For those that attended the games its evident that technically they aren't struggling. The guys are all capable players who are comfortable on the ball. The large majority of the goals conceded to date have been from set pieces. The physical side of the HL w
    6 points
  2. As stated before our lack of attendance has been discussed at leanth and how to get people through the gates is the issue we can't seem to overcome I've seen some great crowd's before but we just can't seem to hold on to them for whatever reason. It's heart breaking to see the sparsely populated stands now and without a rich sugar daddy to bank roll us like other clubs have it's hardly no surprise we will probably end up announcing even more losses. I for one love this club and even if we ended up back in league 2 I'd still be making my trips over. Only wish more people could see what I see in
    3 points
  3. He’s been best playing wide from what I’ve seen of him so far. Against Morton in the cup he was quiet until he and MacGregor swapped and he was then playing wide on the right. I think we need to keep a main striker and play to Storey’s strengths by utilising his pace.
    1 point
  4. Great idea, just a shame that the club haven't sent out any proxy forms ?‍♂️
    1 point
  5. There is allegedly a rumour, among some County fans, that Uncle Roy is now also putting money into ICT. Something to do with him divorcing his wife and her wanting half his fortune. I have no idea as to the validity of this.....im merely relaying what i heard.
    1 point
  6. In my opinion - now that it seems to be running more efficiently - the best thing any of us can do, especially if we have shares and cannot go, or have not setup a proxy with someone else, is to proxy them to the Supporters Trust in case of any voting. I already have a proxy setup or I would do that myself. With a 10% voting right on its own, bolstered by however many small individual shareholder proxies, I would be confident they would have to be listened to, would do what is in the best interests of the club and its supporters, and could certainly have some influence in any decision making
    1 point
  7. I'm normally of the opinion why worry about something that you can't influence and while what happens at the EGM, or the outcome of it, can't directly be influenced by me alone, it's not an attitude that sits well with me on this occasion but then what can I do. Indeed if everyone had that attitude then we would be in a far worse situation than we currently are. I like to think that I contribute as a fan when I can all-be-it would love to go to more games, probably all I could do is buy a ticket for each game even if I couldn't go. I would say that's an extreme measure though. T
    1 point
  8. There are lots of factors at play here. For a start, the dropoff in income compared to being in the Premiership is huge - the difference in prize money, TV money, sponsorship opportunities and attendances (both home and away) is enormous. I'm pretty certain that most of the full-time clubs in our division either made significant losses (us, Dundee United, Partick Thistle) or relied heavily on handouts (Ross County, Dunfermline, QOS, Morton) to get by. Unfortunately the nature of things is that if you spend beyond your means and don't get promoted then you're in financial trouble, but
    1 point
  9. My prediction HT: 0v0 FT: 2v1 1st ICT: White 1st Opp: El Bakhtaoui Crowd: 2136 Caleyjag's prediction HT: 0v0 FT: 2v1 1st ICT: Doran 1st Opp: Dobbie Crowd: 2134 *** Caleyjag and I predicted separately, honest ? ***
    1 point
  10. If it cheers you up I posted odds but wished I hadn't as my prediction was again rotten ? Peterhead @ 2.25 please
    1 point
  11. You mean the 'fans' who can't be arsed coming? Guess they'll not be that bothered.
    1 point
  12. Quite an honour too for ICT to have him leading the club as Manager.
    1 point
  13. Quotes wrong way round but have some board members already made substantial investments. The issue here is that not enough fans can be bothered to turn up each week and, in the Championship, that makes full time football difficult to sustain. Dunfermline, the Dundee clubs, Patrick Thistle and even Falkirk all attract substantially more fans than us. If we cannot attract more fans then part time football is the only solution. If that happens, the fans have only themselves to blame.
    1 point
  14. Cheers Gringo - that gives me a 50/50 chance of getting this one right... Forfar @ 2.05 please
    1 point
  15. Would give Storey the nod over White he needs a good run in the team brings a bit of pace to our attack
    -1 points
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