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  1. It is with heartbreak and sorrow that I must announce the passing of well-known ICT supporter, my great friend for many years, and the best man at my wedding Stewart Anderson. Stewart, his brother Ross, another friend Calum, and I sat directly above the tunnel from the second season of ICT at the Caledonian Stadium and even if you didn’t know him, you likely knew of him or encountered him. It will always be an unforgettable sight to have seen the big man in full swing shouting “encouragement” to opposition players, managers, and referees! Those tickets changed hands over the years as pat
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  2. Just a week to go for your chance to win this and donate to help this good cause.
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  3. The only significant difference we could have made would have been to turn up for the third round of fixtures. I'm sure there was the odd point or ten we could have picked up.🤔
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  4. Hopefully, in our lucky pink strip for both legs.
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  5. Pos Team Pld W D L F A Pts QotS relegated - Cove Rangers promoted 1. Kilmarnock 35 20 6 9 49 26 66 2. Arbroath 35 16 14 5 51 28 62 3. Inverness CT 35 15 11 9 49
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  6. Morton are a bottom half side. Im glad we didn’t manage to sell MacGregor before he scored the winner today though. I’m looking forward to your reaction on Friday night 👌
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  7. Well that was no classic, but job done and 3 points.Concerned that this level of performance will not be good enough for play offs.We really needed a second goal.At least I can grow my nails soon, as watching ICT when 1-0 up can be nerve wracking as I waited for the self induced mistake and equaliser.Thankfully it never came. We need to really tighten up at the back at times and stop giving away soft free kicks in dangerous areas. Well done for the win
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  8. Full time. 1-0 and job done in terms of third place. Not the best game but we did have chances we should have taken. Morton had most of the ball in the second half but seldom troubled us. Good to see MacGregor back and his goal was well taken.
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  10. Samuels played in by Doran and should have buried it but took an extra touch. Scrappy so far. MacGregor looking good though.
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  12. Anyone. We are the best team potentially of the four/five championship sides in contention. Probably with St Johnston as the Premiership club. All to play for come the play-off's, therefore don't read too much into the next couple of games, that's not where the big money is to be made.
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  13. Get ready for a vodka fuelled Smileymometer later.
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  14. Well I enjoy your contributions CaleyTennis. Even if they overreact somewhat to disappointing results, they certainly entertain and spark debate!
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  15. I say, a bronze medal 🥉 being the worst we can get this season. Not exactly the Scottish Cup, but remember, Lewis Horner is back with us next season 😉
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    • Player of the Year 2021-2022
      The winner for this season voted for by you is Shane Sutherland.

      Shane began well at the start of the season and picked up points throughout the season coming on to his best form in March, April and the start of May before being injured in the away game at Arbroath.  A well deserved winner and hopefully he will make a good recovery from the serious injury picked up at Gayfield. However, early indications are that Shane will be out long term. Congratulations on winning this trophy which was held for the last two seasons by runner up David Carson and a speedy recovery Shane.
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      Inverness Stay Put: It was a winner takes all game tonight after a dramatic 2-2 draw at the Caledonian Stadium on Friday night. Inverness were bolstered by the return of Danny Devine and Wallace Duffy to the squad after their harsh dismissals at Arbroath. A big following went down to Perth, alas after a tremendous first half where we created the better opportunities, it was all undone within a minute of the restart by substitute Stevie May. A second goal killed any lingering hopes from a deflected MacPherson shot. The final two goals from Hendry & Rooney mattered not when the game was being chased and the dream ended, but the memory lives on. Fantastic endeavour from the Caley Jags and a magnificent following on the night.
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