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  1. First things first, we'll done on opening up on this, most people would bottle this up and carry on suffering. I understand that you miss family, kids, grandkids etc, I don't have kids (some may say that is a good thing lol) but I do work with kids and, right now, I miss the kids at the setting so I totally get you. Finally, I've not been to kind in here sometimes and now I feel even more guilty :'(, I certainly don't want you to resign due to mental health issues. Keep fighting lad, as is the message from government(s), we will get through this together!
    4 points
  2. I’ve just seen Robbos news feature on STV tonight and on the back of this I thought I’d start a thread for positive messages to Robbo, here’s mine; Robbo, I think you are a very good manager and a great match for our club. From my experience, our fans believe you are elevating our club higher than resources permit and in that regard you are adding good value and that makes you one of our best assets. Your approach to youth players is so encouraging and our club feels like more of an Inverness club than it has in a long time. We can’t be there in person at the Caledonian Stadium to give yo
    3 points
  3. With today being the day of Ian Broadfoot's funeral, it is perhaps a day for a bit of reflection. Thinking of Ian today, I picked up my copy of 'Milestones and Memories" and looked back on some of the great days and wonderful people associated with the club. I also had Robbo in mind and I don't think I had really registered before that it is now over 18 years since he first came to the club as Manager. To be here now as Manager so long after first coming here is a testament to what he means to the club and how much of a fit he is for the club. Robbo may not have been here when the club enj
    3 points
  4. It took courage to speak up like that, and it will hopefully inspire others to share issues they are facing. Too many of us bottle things up, and should follow his example as none of us are immune to the prospect of mental health issues, what may trigger them or the damage they can cause for individuals and families. From my perspective, Robbo has done a great job with a very limited budget. We all want the club to prosper and get back in the top league, but with the inevitable player turnover and lack of funds, we have matched bigger clubs with bigger budgets consistently whilst in the C
    3 points
  5. Glad to have you as manager of our club Robbo, keep up the excellent work you are doing in these most difficult times, I am sure you are appreciated by the Caley masses for the splendid approach you have towards the well being and advancement of I CT. Thank you Robbo.
    3 points
  6. Season hanging by a thread. GAME POSTPONED Should Nicola Sturgeon not shut down all sport in the aftermath of the ill advised and infamous Dubai debacle, then Raith Rovers should host Inverness on Saturday 16th January 2021 @15:00. As it stands, all football below Championship level in Scotland has been put on hold and all Scottish Cup games postponed until after the weekend of January 30/31st. If the Cup games do return to action, an eagerly awaited potential Highland derby could materialise should we first see off Buckie Thistle in a twice postponed tie. Anyway, frozen out i
    2 points
  7. Dear Robbo, keep going and keep smiling, you're doing a great job 👍 You were brilliant in your first spell with us and doing brilliantly again under even more difficult circumstances - club in a shocking position when you took over and now the pressures of the pandemic on top of everything else! We're lucky to have you and be in a position where we probably don't deserve to be. Many of us have buckled under less pressure and we don't have the disadvantage of being in the public eye. All the best Boss, we're right behind you!
    2 points
  8. Remember when Robbo used to come on here and join in the banter. Just a fan like the rest of us.
    2 points
  9. Hopefully the season doesn’t get cancelled until Dundee have completed a few more high wage signings.
    2 points
  10. Not sure how the clubs testing policy works but cramming all those fixtures into a short space of time will cause issues...maybe? There's every chance to the Raith game will be off too. Looking at the current situation I wouldn't be a all surprised if the season is cancelled.
    2 points
  11. Nothing on our club's website. I have a feeling that there is a full shutdown coming as cases amongst players /coaching /backroom staff and requests to postpone due to Covid are becoming more frequent.
    2 points
  12. Keep going Robbo, we will all get there if we stick together ,get through this and support each other in everyway. We can get back what we are all missing, football and a catch up with pals. Stay safe
    2 points
  13. keep going robbo nobody can ask any more life is hard for us all jut now hopefully things will improve soon and you will better placed to carry on the good work that you have been doing take care
    2 points
  14. That's the real spirit of football, fans of a huge club helping out a wee team. Not enough of it , big clubs take note, it's not all about players
    2 points
  15. Life is very difficult working in any job just now and football is no exception. I hope Robbo gets all the support he needs like he is giving to the players just now in these challenging times. I along with all the ICT supporters will be fully behind him giving all the support he needs. He always has the teams interests at heart when he speaks and that's not just our team he genuinely cares about all footballers! Keep going Robbo we are fully behind you.
    1 point
  16. And it’s not as if fans will be inconvenienced by travelling for a game that is called off. Once we know if it is on, all we need to decide is whether to buy the live stream or not.
    1 point
  17. The club have seen these messages and I know they are very much appreciated guys
    1 point
  18. This just shows that we often forget that there are greater struggles in life than playing games of football. Football is a sideshow, a break from the daily grind, a release. At its best it can be a tremendous pick me up and confidence booster, at its worst it will drag you down. To hear that such a positive guy like Robbo is suffering along with everyone else just brings it all home. I think it's time to cut a bit of slack to everybody during these unprecedented times and listen to what they have to say. The ear can be a great comfort to someone finding the daily grind overpowering
    1 point
  19. I'm a bit more hopeful, I could see a pause in the season til mid to late Feb, but then a restart with the season running to late June/Early July
    1 point
  20. Posted by Ian’s daughter on Facebook. Many of you have asked for the link to the live stream of Dad's funeral. It starts at 2pm tomorrow (Friday 15th) and it should go live a few minutes early. http://bit.ly/2XE7jl9 Passcode: 000510
    1 point
  21. Dates have been announced for our three postponed games (to date) to take place: 27 and 30 January (Morton away and Queen if the South at home) and 3 February (Arbroath away): https://ictfc.com/rearranged-championship-matches No word on when / if the Buckie game will take place and we may, of course, also need a date for playing Raith if Saturday’s game does get called off. I can’t help but wonder how long it will be until the Championship gets suspended, though.
    1 point
  22. Considering Rossett Park only holds about 3000, strange quirk of fate to be able to offer virtual tickets. By a sheer fluke I was at a midweek game there a few years ago when I had a few days in Liverpool with Mrs Mantis.
    1 point
  23. Is our legend David Raven the first ex ICT player to feature in a BBC1 televised game v a Real Madrid player (Gareth Bale). He will always be an ICT legend and was great today in a non league team v Spurs. Well done, our Dave the Rave.
    1 point
  24. Raith Rovers apparently have an outbreak of COVID in the squad and are asking for a postponement. https://www.raithrovers.net/46224/club-update-covid-19.htm
    0 points


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