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  1. Like MJ I haven't purchased a season ticket for a number of seasons. Shifts initially caused me to not renew & eventually I just filled my time with other things as my circumstances continued to change. I still live close enough in Nairn so I intend to come back regularly as soon as football resumes. I've realised with the financial fallout each fan coming back that can afford to could make a difference across all of Scottish football.
    4 points
  2. Once we get back to the football however long it takes any fan coming back or any new supporters will be warmly welcome.
    3 points
  3. Less clubs than miles story and that doesnt stop your adoration?
    3 points
  4. A 30 minute programme about that famous night in 2000 is on BBC Scotland at 2000 on Friday. Should be well worth watching!
    2 points
  5. Seems like wee Cooper the Incontinent Dug is the brains of the outfit here. "Get aff the phone big man," it's statement time.
    2 points
  6. Thanks. that was a great wee lift. Top lads.
    2 points
  7. Unlike yer good self Alan! I vote we end the “Post of the Season” competition now and award it for this belter. 😉
    1 point
  8. Rear left to right, Alex Mackenzie, Sammy Keith, Akex Howie, Sammy Sloan, Dave Macrae, Sam Gibson & Bob Jamieson. Front left to right, Jimmy Irvine, Tommy Thompson, Alex................ & Hugh Maclennan. From Mike a retired Burnetts baker.
    1 point
  9. Unfortunately, I'm now on the sheilding list as my immune system has been shot, and I'm on steroids. I'm not allowed to leave the house, or come in contact with anyone, but my son lives near by. So, I only hope that I'm in better shape when the football starts again, I would hate to miss my saturday fix.
    1 point
  10. That's defo not a very witty comeback would expect better from a Caithness man usually they're top banter !
    1 point
  11. Glad you are on the mend. Hope you are fully fit soon.
    1 point
  12. A new hero for the clappers the previously unknown mr gardiner who's wee deal with Dundee has now collapsed! Dunno what to make of him hero or self serving ego who by the look of things has been in more clubs than Katie price?
    1 point
  13. Denmark 2005 - Innes Bar - Random game against Rangers -
    1 point
  14. 1 point
  15. I can remember every minute anyway 😎
    1 point
  16. You mean something like this? IF {vote response}= “Reject” AND (sum of “Reject” > 2), action = “quarantine indefinitely”
    1 point
  17. He also claimed we were the form team in the league because Dundee utd were struggling. Shows how much he knows about us. We lost our centre half's in January. Our best player is constantly injured. It is debatable whether we would finish second never mind get promoted. Taking the guaranteed second place prize money when we have no guarantee of it. Essentially its all pointless as there will be no way to play out the season anyway. So don't take his thoughts on our predicament too seriously.
    1 point
  18. Having listened to Stewart Gilmour (excuse any spelling mistakes) I would agree that our CEO did a very good job but let's not be blinkered here. Our board would not be doing their job if they disregarded our current play off position to potential SPL promotion so the published reason to vote NO was not our only reason.
    1 point
  19. Scott Gardiner was extremely impressive on Sportsound stating a factual time log of events and reasons for clubs vote. We looked like adults in the room today. Well done.
    1 point
  20. Once all of this is over we need to have a fundamental review of who we value and rely on most in society and start to reward them accordingly. If the Tory government suddenly forget the value and commitment of the hundreds of thousands of nurses, carers, cleaners, shop workers and others who have got us through this crisis then the electorate need to remind them at the first opportunity.
    1 point
  21. Maybe they can also give the fantastic workers in the NHS the wage rise that they deserve. *checks notes* Oh, a lot of Tories voted against that...
    1 point
  22. I am one of the essential workers, on the frontline in the ambulance service and wish to show my support to the club for what they are doing for the community. I am down in Angus living but wanted to find a way to show my support to the club and keep them going. I haven't had a season ticket for a few years due to the distance I live but wondered if it there is a way I can support the club like they are doing to the community in Inverness.
    1 point
  23. What a p1sh article from the Record. Gardner simply stated the information he had access to without passing judgement or making allegations. WTF does the bit about previous clubs have to do with any of this?! If Gardner had stayed silent football fans and journalists would be completely in the dark about what happened and the Record would instead be writing an article slating the secrecy of the process and absence of anyone being willing to talk!
    0 points
  24. What an excellent example of full and honest communication from our CEO. Well done to the club and well done to him personally. A stark contrast to the way his predecessor conducted herself and in very stark contrast to the way that Dundee FC and the SPFL are conducting themselves just now. Very proud of our club showing this level of transparency just now when we are all so very much in the dark.
    0 points


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