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  1. 6 points
    New Strip....indeed by Puma
  2. 3 points
    The new kit is a huge improvement on last season's. A little black trim around the collar and cuffs to fully reflect our heritage and it would have been perfect. Red and blue vertical stripes are our clear identity. Can we please never again revert to the bland, The Rangers style, tedious blue top that we seem to adopt from time to time.
  3. 2 points
    I bloody well do! Rather hoping to get one of these so I can wear it at Selhurst Park! (when we can actually go to football) It was seeing that Caley wore Red n Blue stripes that was the icing on the cake that I had chosen ICT as my Scottish team
  4. 2 points
    Online with worldwide shipping please 🙂 Get it into the local shops too if possible. Rather than just sports shops, perhaps - if the tourism does pick up post-Corona - we could think a little bit laterally and target some of the touristy places. For example, I always go to the Woolen Mill out at Holm Mills on our trips and I see plenty of golf shirts from various vendors alongside all their own stuff. A rack of tops from the local football team might sell. I know its economies of scale but I saw this in Paris with PSG shirts everywhere and the same for local teams in other places we have visited ....
  5. 1 point
    Just got round to listening listening to The Christie Legacy and it is the best one yet, and the sound quality was much better which I know will not be easy at present well done again guys. If you haven't listened don't be put of by the length of the podcast.
  6. 1 point
    Always best to be honest. Just ask Dominic Cummings and Boris Johnston!
  7. 1 point
    Please buy some shorts as well, to ensure that your modesty is complete
  8. 1 point
    I had already added a link to the full article at the top of the page.
  9. 1 point
    Group behind proposed Red John Hydro At Duntelchaig
  10. 1 point
    Now the stripes are back we’ve got to keep them forever, love it
  11. 1 point
    Damn! For some reason I was thinking of aluminium, and I even looked up pictures of the works at Kinlochleven. But of course it's Foyers, bombed on 13 Feb 1941 - https://southlochnessheritage.co.uk/local-occurrences-during-ww2-from-police-files/ Now here's something a bit different. Prehistoric remains - but where? You'll see that the photograph was taken in 2002. I have seen more recent photographs which suggest to me that the grass is a bit shorter nowadays - though it may just be the time of year.
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