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  1. My thoughts are with Robbo and his family. Experiencing the physical and emotional trauma of this pandemic has been difficult for many people. I can appreciate how footie can provide distraction to many but I simply cant enthuse whatsoever about this season and cant wait until it is over and we are safe to battle it out again next season. I dont see the need for an interim manager as that may just cause more problems. I would be happy to leave that the "old school brigade" are capable of keeping the ship going and hopefully none of the Robbo vultures will turn on them to. So you take all
    10 points
  2. Dear Robbo and Scott. Take all the time you guys need and come back refreshed for next season. You have both been doing an amazing job bringing through the kids and providing a springboard for other senior players. Stay safe.
    3 points
  3. There are very many things in life more important than football and family is, without doubt, one of them. Best wishes to JR in dealing with his circumstances. It's important that he takes as long as is necessary and does not rush back. Given his Hearts connection, it is perhaps fitting that the virtual ticketing initiative initiated by Hearts fans can, in part at least, go towards paying his salary in full for as long as he is absent.
    2 points
  4. Football is football and will always be football. But there is only one Robbo - so keep yourself safe and well as one day we would like our Robbo back with us. He maybe away from the club right now but he has ICT family behind him all the way, and the same goes for Scott. We are so lucky to have such a great management team, who are not only managers, but a part of the fabric of the club, it's people, and the community of Inverness, as well as the wider world. Robbo need not worry as we safe in the capable hands of Barry, Ryan, and Charlie.
    2 points
  5. Come back refreshed and rejuvenated, Robbo, and take as long as you need. (But sign our souvenir Hearts tickets before you go...)
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  7. Postie just delivered my ticket for Friday. See you there!
    2 points
  8. A decent article here about the situation: https://www.heraldscotland.com/sport/19109338.inverness-boss-john-robertson-placed-compassionate-leave/ Saturday must have been really tough for Robbo.
    1 point
  9. I agree with all the comments above. This highlights that while we often sound off when our club is not doing as well as we hope, it is not nearly as important as other events in life. It is tragic news at a very difficult time, and Robbo was already finding the pandemic tough. My thoughts are with him and his family, whilst I wish Scott all the best too: I had not realised his illness was as bad as it has clearly been. Club statement issued today: https://ictfc.com/club-statement-john-robertson
    1 point
  10. We try again tomorrow night at 7 pm just in case anyone cares. Alloa looked unlucky not to take something from their game against Dunfermline on Saturday but recently were turned over 4 - 1 by Ayr United. We've only won once against Alloa at Home in the league in the last couple of seasons so they are arguably a bogey team of sorts for us. We need to take Saturday's form into this one from kick off and hopefully we can get a couple of goals to give us a decent cushion and grab another 3 points.
    1 point
  11. I’m not sure your final statement is valid. Working (indirectly) for Putin may have caused some embarrassment and raised eyebrows in political circles but I don’t think that many voters either know or care. In contrast, everyone knows about the trial for sex crimes, and that public humiliation damaged him immensely and destroyed his reputation. Certainly my respect for him as a politician and a human being dropped considerably during that trial, despite him being cleared, and rightly or wrongly I think that is a common view.
    1 point
  12. Todorov comes across as a half decent player, who would benefit from more regular starts. If he is struggling against a particular opponent there is no shame in then swapping him out, at this level no one will be a 'world beater' game after game. When I saw Carson play in the corresponding fixture in January last year he really did look a good player at this level. We've never lost this season when Daniel Mackay has scored 😊, so good to see him, Harper and MacGregor stepping up well
    1 point
  13. Remember when Robbo used to come on here and join in the banter. Just a fan like the rest of us.
    1 point
  14. 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
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