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  1. I missed today’s livestream, the only one I’ve missed apart from the Hearts away game and the home game with Dundee as I was in the crowd that day. I was driving from just before full time until Sportsound finished at 1800, and am disgusted with the BBC coverage. All we got was a few seconds of headlines around the news at 1700, then an interview with Neil McCann was broadcast at 1750 (he came across well and praised the guys for getting the win whilst dead on their feet after nine games in March), but absolutely no report on the game and no reference to us being fourth (at that time) aft
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  2. I wont say I am delighted with todays win...............how can you? I was pleased. Three 1-0 s in a row have hoisted us back into play off territory. But do you think we will ever produce a fluent, creative,confident, penetrating,,entertaining 90 mins this season? The footballing equivalent of Dark Side of the Moon. Magic. That sort of performance always gets the sap rising amongst supporters and instills belief within the players. We dont seem to have that in us just now. Not complaining............ICT are doing just fine and could shake up the order yet. But it would be so nice to giv
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  3. Dates have been announced for next season, with the League Cup staying on 10 July and the leagues on 31 July. Hopefully we are allowed to attend matches by then! https://www.inverness-courier.co.uk/sport/calendar-confirmed-for-2021-22-campaign-232830/
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  4. I wouldn't expect anything as convincing this season. If we won all our remaining games 1-0 I'd be over the moon.
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  5. Ooh this is getting exciting in chez MacDonald 😂
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  6. Having endured some poor performances this season and actually worried at other end of table Im happy with any win tbh. Personally I think the one thing McCann has brought to the players is belief. A work in progress me thinks....
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  7. He also said at the start Falkirk is in Fife!!
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  8. He did because I checked after the game
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  9. This was a huge win for us today. At the start of the season the number 1 objective must simply have been survival as a club and then maintaining our position in the Championship. It has been a difficult season in so many ways, but this run of 10 points from 4 games means that a win away at Morton in the next league game should dispel any lingering concerns of relegation. We've looked pretty nervy at times in these last few games, but the hard graft has taken us to a position where we've really nothing to lose. It's been a great effort. Time now to do our neighbours OTB a good turn a
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  10. You would have missed Andy Bannerman signing off then, when he said: "The final score here at the Caledonian Stadium in the SPFL Championship: Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0, Arbroath 1."
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  11. CTO report published to be updated when highlights available
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  12. Performance or points.... performance or points... performance or points.... Points please💪
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  13. You can be eternally grateful for that last point
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