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  1. I agree with IHE - let's not get complacent about the Sevco C**ts game. They've made it to the semi on merit too!
    4 points
  2. Raith Rovers have won 2-1 away at Partick Thistle so will be our opponents if we win on Sunday. Must admit I’m glad Partick are out given our record against them this season.
    1 point
  3. I like a moan as much as the next person, and everyone is entitled to a view....so, meh!
    1 point
  4. How far are we prepared to risk our first choice 11 for the chocolate cup, with league and Scottish cup fixtures coming up next. Management needs to rotate the squad cleverly, with some of the benchwarmers getting game time.
    1 point
  5. Nice one guys. The Coventry accent is a rare breed never to be reproduced by any comic or soap opera act as the Sky Blues fans point out in their song.." In our Coventry homes, We speak with an accent exceedingly rare, You want a cathedral we've got one to spare, In our Coventry homes... " Good answer my question though even though it was, kind of, tongue in cheek
    1 point
  6. Wasn't expecting we'd have a large attendance tomorrow as is, but this could potentially knock a good few of the travelling support off the total. Just another reason why the colts things is a daft idea.
    1 point
  7. I suspect that the Central Belt and Englandshire support will be well represented.
    1 point
  8. We actually have to beat the Sevco Colts first - and they may be fielding promising youngsters such as Defoe and we have to ensure that he spends a long time in an uninhabited career after this game.
    1 point
  9. So that's what. Leaving town at approx 3, 3 (extra half hour including Broxden) hrs down. Kick Off at 7:45, full time should be around 9:30 another 3 (another half hour at Perth) hours back, and arrive back at around 1:10. Quite possibly later due to additional stops en route and, likely, driver shift changes... Really hasn't been thought through for the fans, has it...
    1 point
  10. Given the weather forecast this weekend with constant rain and high winds around match time, this fixture must surely be in doubt? Think Raith would be a good game if we can get past this tie
    1 point
  11. Chocolate Biscuit action Hold your horses, we play Rangers Colts in the Chocolate Biscuit Cup semi-final this Sunday at the Caledonian Stadium, Inverness. I bet you all forgot about this competition. Kick off for this one is 16:10 with the P&J Lounge within the stadium being open for a day of televised football, the drinks starting to flow at 12 midday. Ross County are the current holders of the Challenge Cup having beaten Connagh's Quay 3-1 in the final last season. The last round of the competition was played three months ago, I kid you not. So, back in November, we kn
    1 point
  12. Feels even better comparing it to C*unty's 2 in 26 ?
    1 point
  13. For the sake of the competition and our players careers i hope we win this. Its so important young players playing competitive football in championship progress better than kids held in reserve at a big club for the first 5 years of their career.
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