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  1. I’m just so happy I saw ICT in Romania - a wonderful few days, quite surreal and a never to be forgotten experience. The travel, the heat, the camaraderie, the stadium(!), the overkill armed police(!), the food, the drink (both so cheap!).
    2 points
  2. Got this in our Facebook inbox .... feel free to drop some memories in here and/or send message to me for the email address & phone number if you want to talk to him directly. My own memory of the night is surprisingly clear ..... We had organised a bus from the Caley Inn to the first game that got postponed just as we turned onto London Road! One of my pals from work phoned me and told me before we heard it on the radio and I thought he was winding me up. We were devastated when we heard it was true but made the best of it with a few (friendly) pints in the Celtic club ne
    1 point
  3. That's an exceptionally selfish attitude. You're essentially asking other leagues to dilute the competitiveness of them just so teams higher up the food training can use them as a training exercise. If you have young players you want to see getting game time play them or loan them out.
    1 point
  4. Isn't Billy prone to getting relegated?
    1 point
  5. Not a good idea in my view. As for the Lowland League decision to allow 'them' in the back door I find shocking and kick in the nads to it's member teams.
    1 point
  6. Yeah, Chelsea really suffered when he got the boot.😏
    1 point
  7. Who knows. Maybe in another six years we will be appearing in cup finals and competing in Europe once again. The good thing about being a football fan is that, no matter how disappointing the season that has gone before has been, we start each new season full of hope and optimism.
    1 point
  8. It would be good for us but terrible for the integrity of the Highland League. If I was the director of a Highland League club I would be very firmly opposed.
    1 point
  9. One of the very top for unfulfilled potential.
    1 point
  10. Stay. Testimonial year. Treat our legends with the respect they deserve.
    1 point
  11. The Challenge Cup only gets interesting when you get to the semis with the chance of a final. The League Cup only gets interesting at the quarter finals, when you have the chance of a semi final at a neutral venue and you are only 2 games away from a national final. The Scottish Cup is always interesting.
    1 point
  12. We've had Peterhead once before in this competition in the current format (2019/20). Cowdenbeath and Raith are the sides we have faced with alarming frequency. The whole competition is garbage now and weighted heavily in favour of a top few sides in the Premiership. Between this and the way the Challenge Cup has been treated the SPFL have a lot to answer for with regards to the gradual decay of the cup competitions in this country.
    1 point
  13. I was speaking to a neighbour tonight who works with someone with strong County connections, and asked me if we had announced Don Cowie’s appointment today. What he had picked up may turn out not to be the case. Sounds like we will know tomorrow morning. He also said that Mackay has not made a good first impression on the County squad.
    0 points
  14. You didn't say you weren't in favour either, and by pointing out the benefits of the situation being applied to the highland league and the pluses for us County and Elgin it certainly seems as though you'd be receptive to the idea in the future. No different from the self important attitude of the OF. The fact that it has gained traction in the south at first is merely the thin end of the wedge.
    0 points
  15. It will be a long time before we see those days again. Great times, great memories.
    0 points
  16. Racism is unacceptable in any form but has the guy not paid the price and maybe just maybe he should be allowed to get on with life? Uncle Roy is normally quite a good judge of character so he must be seeing something others don't.
    -1 points


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