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  1. 3 hours old and already in the strip Northstandfan super proud of you and my new grandson. Future Northstander sorry if it’s not appropriate for this part of the forum but just had to do it.
    8 points
  2. Same guy who was whinging about Brora being too far away Oh how the turn tables https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/local-sport/albion-rovers-covid-crisis-could-23009817.amp?__twitter_impression=true
    3 points
  3. Wow, they come out with strips on now. Thankfully you got the one in the Caley Jags top. Congratulations to all.
    3 points
  4. The lack of clarity may be frustrating but this is still a very welcome step in the right direction.
    2 points
  5. Think the sports bar is the away dressing room. I get that but how could the club sell a ST to someone but ask them to remain at home but sell seats to non season ticket holder? Would it even be legal? I assume there will still be a PAYG streaming option though?
    2 points
  6. Congratulations, I think he is going to be a Keeper, Good strong hands and a defiant look on his face
    2 points
  7. Very many congratulations. May he score the goal that secures our very first Premiership title in our fiftieth anniversary season.
    2 points
  8. Gorgeous! Congratulations!
    2 points
  9. I dont think there is any way the club could consider having PAYG fans whilst season ticket holders have to stay at home. Is there maybe some way that the club could raise money on a matchday though? Not sure how but maybe a virtual programme or raffle? Or?
    1 point
  10. congratulations ...
    1 point
  11. Sorry forgot to say his name is James Vincent Campbell
    1 point
  12. Well done Harry Nicolson! A really decent performance on his debut. Good performances too from Cammy Mackay and Cameron Harper. It's really good to see these youngsters being given a chance and doing so well. It wasn't the greatest of games but East Fife played very well and kept a really solid shape at the back. They caused us a few problems at the other end too. Another well taken goal by Sutherland who may be a really important player for us this season.
    1 point
  13. Today marks the 4th year in a row we've failed to progress past the group stages under Robbo. Only one ICT manager has gotten us out of the League Cup Group Stage - the legendary Richie Foran! 16/17 W3 D1 L0 Pts 10 (0 bonus points) Qualified 17/18 W2 D1 L1 Pts 8 (1 bonus point) Knocked Out 18/19 W3 D0 L1 Pts 9 (0 bonus points) Knocked Out 19/20 W2 D1 L1 Pts 7 (0 bonus points) Knocked Out 20/21 W1 D2 L1 Pts 6 (1 bonus point) Knocked Out
    1 point
  14. There's always people going to criticise no matter who it is, many have their own agenda. To me the commentator is not as important as being able to see a decent stream and it was certainly watchable. The commentator was the same guy that did the first game. Thought he did ok as he's learning how to do it. I doubt it's as easy as people think it is to babble on for ninety minutes without repeating yourself. He maybe over articulated at times but that will come with game time. It was probably as difficult for him as it was for us to pick out certain players. I suppose a sidekick to bounce off a
    1 point
  15. overall a decent product today. Camera work much better than previous efforts according to those that paid for it .. lesson learned should be to have an operator for future games. Commentary a little flat in places as I said earlier BUT he was doing his best and had obviously done some research and had lots of factoids written down. I enjoyed the commentary, especially as it became obvious he is an ICT fan and got excited when we were doing well. As I said earlier I think it’s difficult to do and especially on your own. A partner to help out, to get a bit of banter going, and to share the
    1 point
  16. Must mean Foran peaked too early in the season!!
    0 points
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