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  1. Where are you seeing a clamour for glamour friendlies ? I think most of us, after a long hard season with a shortened break, are content with any regime that gets the squad match fit for the season ahead.
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  2. So we have our first friendly announced against CLACH on June 29th (1930hrs) which for a lot of you guys may sound uninspiring as you seem to want glamour friendlies https://www.inverness-courier.co.uk/sport/caley-thistle-and-clachnacuddin-to-clash-in-inverness-derby-277566/
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  4. Clach is always a good night and, joy of joys, the Trawler Restaurant in Golspie for great food before meeting Brora on Saturday 2nd July. A happy fan.
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  5. Woohoo, we've got nearly a million of debt and all signs are that we continue to spend beyond our means. We're so lucky that the much talked about deal with ILI will be enough to wipe that out so we can start running up debt from zero again. Praise be to Jesus, what a time to be alive and supporting the mighty Caley Jags.
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  6. Given that the results are improving, albeit marginally, and are pretty much in line with expectation, I don't understand the depth of negativity from some posters.
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  7. Well I quite like No Shin Guards............a breath of fresh air. That dont mean I agree with much of the content. It would be a sad old world if we all agreed with each other. Eh what?
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  8. Great to see these youngsters support their local team with such passion and enthusiasm. Pleased to see the club engaging positively with them. I realise that money is tight but surely one positive step would be to improve their facilities with the West Stand getting a bit of a tidy up and preferably a roof which would both keep them dry and and channel more of the atmosphere they create onto the pitch rather than disappearing into the sky. I know that I have been critical of the actions of one or two individuals but the vast majority of our young crew have been a great credit both to the club and themselves. It would be good also if efforts could be made to make more girls and young women feel more welcome to join the crew. These are are our future long after us sweetie rustlers have departed the scene.
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  9. I say, any chance of attending this 'virtually'? I'm away that weekend on a Haggis Farming mission and won't be able to attend in person. I'm sure others would like to 'attend' in that way also. Eh what?
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