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  1. So, Neil Lennon is refusing to give Interviews to SKY due to their 'prejudicial' coverage of their Dubai jaunt. Every bit as pathetic and infantile as Sevco's long running refusal to speak to the BBC on the basis that the broadcaster had exposed some embarrassing truths about their gross mismanagement. It seems to be that both clubs are now in breach of contract with two of the sport's major broadcast partners. If the football authorities had any credibility at all they would punish both by withholding TV money from the ugly sisters and distributing their share among the clubs w
    2 points
  2. Come on. As @Gregor would tell you, these are impressive stats. He’s a top striker.
    2 points
  3. We should and if we do, it will be better than we did at home to them in the league last season when we drew 1-1 and 2-2. The defeat to them before Christmas should be fresh in the players’ minds and should act as a spur to put things right. In terms of the team, I’d like to see Daniel Mackay get game time in place of Kennedy and Carson feature if he is fit enough.
    1 point
  4. Who was his favourite strike partner?
    1 point
  5. Which gives him more satisfaction- scoring the goal that knocked Celtic’s UEFA cup finalists out of the Scottish Cup, or having a podcast named after him?
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  6. If he could have scored any goal from history then which one? Either of Maradonas goals against England, Van bastens thunderous shot, Archie gemmels goal against Holland. Or any other??
    1 point
  7. Tory posh boy is an accurate description of the UK prime minister and his acolytes. That ICT has supporters sympathetic to such types just shows how much Inverness football culture has changed, and how out of touch it is with the working people of the city, which voted Yes overwhelmingly in 2014.
    1 point


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