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  1. Hello! My name's Gareth and I'm a 32 year old Stockport County fan. I'm doing 8 days in Scotland for my partner's 30th birthday celebrations. We're stopping off in various places on the way, but basically heading up to Isle of Skye from Glasgow and then looping back down to Edinburgh. We're staying one night in Inverness on Tuesday 26th October and as luck has it you guys have a match. My missus will be having a quiet night in with our 10 month old lad, but I've got a footy mad 5 year old daughter who's joining me for the match. I regularly do home and away games following Cou
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  2. Probably just refer to Stockport as C(o)unty is a bit of a dirty word around here 😂
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  3. I can assure you I was using my rattle to the fullest when Gardyne scored! Lizi x
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  4. Can I make a mention about the linesman (assistant referee!) on the Stand side. He should be embarrassed to collect his wage today - he really needs to go to Specsavers more often. Useless in full capital letters.
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  5. Deserved win. We largely cigared that today save for a period in the second half when Queens got their equaliser and looked like they might steal a point but fortunately we were able to go up a gear and get a deserved winner. Smashing performance from Gardyne. He might be 58 but he's still as fit as anyone in our squad and still has plenty to offer. Pacey and direct and not afraid to have a crack at goal when some might take an extra touch too many (Duku). Lovely finish for the winner and a deserved MotM. Devine continues to be perhaps our most consistent performer. He almost score a come
    4 points
  6. Pretty dominant first half without creating any clear cut chances, but deservedly ahead after a great free kick by Welsh. We failed to kick on after the break and it was no great surprise when the equaliser went in, as they had tested us a few times before it. It was a very good finish. That was the kick up the backside we needed and we got the winner through Gardyne from a long ball by Deas, with Jamieson playing his part by distracting the defence. However, we need to be more clinical and put teams away when we are on top, and stop making it hard for ourselves. Pick for m
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  7. It looks like the board did well signing Dodds as the manager, having handled John Robertson's situation very well. They have done well again with recruitment for the team, with what appears an excellent mix of youth and experience, but all talented...the number of players on decent length contracts is another factor that has to be helpful Few of us would have dreamed that we would make quite the start that we have, and it sounds like yesterday's result was highly deserved. Good to hear that guys like Broadfoot and Gardyne, whose signings were met with a little bit of eyebrow raising alon
    3 points
  8. Once again, the only real disappointment yesterday was the size of the crowd. There are over a hundred thousand people living less than an hour's drive from the stadium and for fewer than 2% percent of them to turn out to watch a team still unbeaten at the top of a very competitive league playing very decent football is very disappointing. Come on Inverness, get yourself and your family and friends down to the Longman on a Saturday afternoon and cheer this fine team of ours back into the Premiership.
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  9. Gardyne was really up for it today and encouraging others. His goal celebration showed how much he wants to win games with us, then there was his dance with Carson after the final whistle as they were clapping the fans. He wants to do well here.
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  10. Great result - I must admit that I am still a tad disappointed that we dropped 2 points last week (which is ridiculous of me), but it just shows how far we have come from our usual start to the season. So many of us still find it very strange to see Gardyne in an ICT strip, but he certainly proved to any doubters that he isn't just there to make up the numbers. Great goal at just the right time. Keep it up boys - you are all amazing.
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  11. Lucky in the end after significant possession and dominance. Missing chances on a big scale is always dangerous.
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  12. Maybe a day for a Duku goal or are they like buses and two will arrive ? 😃
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  13. You can tell how well the team are doing just now when the biggest gripe we’ve got is this 🙂
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  14. There are nine teams to keep an eye on starting next Saturday with Hamilton hoping to be the first to beat us in the league this year.
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  15. What a fantastic result at the stadium this afternoon when ICT women won their first game at the stadium 12 - 2. A sublime afternoon spent watching the game - Congratulations ladies.
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  16. +10 to us, and +2 to Grampian. Ran out of data just before 3-0. 12-2, dunno if I'll ever see another game with more goals...Unless we play some wee team in the Cup and go in with no mercy...
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  17. You’ve got that spot on Lizi. Several times it was obvious he got things wrong with his flagging.
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  18. Sean Welsh MoM for me was a delight watching him ping the balls around the park and we are so much better as a team when he plays. Keep him fit for the season and we will be going up
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  19. Good win 😁 thought we were sitting too deep second half inviting queens on to us. They looked like they could get a goal and duly did with a great strike. But again the team rallied and a fine finish by Gardyne; who was the pick today. Happy days- top of the table- lovely jubbly 🤣🤣
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  21. We need a good noisy crowd tomorrow to help the team get a few goals and back on top.
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  22. Queens visit. After dropping our first points of the season last weekend to bottom club Dunfermline, seventh place Queen of the South come calling on Saturday to the Caledonian Stadium, the game kicking off at 3:00pm. We had Mark Ridgers to thank for earning us a point at East End Park as he pulled off two tremendous saves late in the game to deny the Pars their first win of the season. The draw was sufficient to keep Inverness top of the table but Kilmarnock and Arbroath gained some ground at the top end whilst the Pars stay rooted to the foot of the Championship. Queens
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  23. The club’s report along with three excellent goals and post match comments: https://ictfc.com/match-report-ictfc-2-1-queen-of-the-south
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  24. Hi Robert, yes indeed you did. I suffered a brain fart entering the details into the spreadsheet. 1184 instead of 1884. Table adjusted accordingly. Thank you for flagging it up As for me...🟨
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  25. Not our best performance yesterday but last season we wouldn't of come back and won after Queens scored. Like others have said the partnership of Devine and Broadfoot seems to get better each week, although we did get lucky when Ridgers made a smart save after one of them cleared the ball straight of the other. Gardyne and Welsh really good for me.
    1 point
  26. We have, over the years, acquired many players from over the bridge with varying fortune. I am delighted that Gardyne is already showing himself to be much more of a Cowie than a Barrowman !
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  27. The crowd annouced at the game was something in the 1800s which seemed about right. Should have been a lot more than that though with the way we are playing just now.
    1 point
  28. Yes and Billy Dodds was jumping the height of himself and got a yellow card for it.
    1 point
  29. Thanks for posting these. The top one is Bathgate, not sure about the second one. I was brought up on MacBrayne Reliances in Fort William although Highland took over when I was still very young. Highland inherited D-reg Reliances from Eastern when they were only a few years old which I used to get to and from school most days. They were massively overpowered and flying machines.
    1 point
  30. I had an old Corsair then a 1973 Ford Capri 1600 which was good then bought a Mk3 Cortina 2000GT which went through 3 engines and had 2 new front wings when the outer sills rusted I patched it up and traded it in and it was under 6 years old! Back then I thought the cars were good but looking back you were always working at them and mostly outside on cold winters nights, ah the good old days I had a Chevette, a MK2 Capri before going on to VW and Audi. You can't do anything to the new ones now not even a dipstick to check the oil but boy they are much better
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  31. I must also commend Broadfoot. He is growing on me and is forming a great partnership with Devine, who I still feel is under rated by some. Several times today he took the ball out from deep and moved forward looking to set things up. It did not always work for him, but it was good to see. Next week I’d like to see McKay start. Duku works hard and is a menace to defences, but has not scored in the league for us yet. I’d like to see how McKay and Sutherland work together, as they could be a potent pairing.
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  32. That's what I was thinking till Gardine got his goal and I bumped him down to three points a close one though.
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  33. I have to concede that I had to swally a double voddie before yet another Doddsie was downed in celebration. Also assisted by the fact that an ex Dungwall hero scored our winner BUT was anybody else sickened as the news that a Dingwall goal was the winner for Hellgin Shittee !!
    1 point
  34. There is nothing quite like the buzz of a Saturday morning when there is football to go to. Especially when the team is on such a rich run of form.
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  35. Indeed it is. Bristol SC4LK with a body built by Eastern Coach Works. New on 1961, it seats 35. Immaculately restored by Stagecoach and used for weddings and events on Lincolnshire. It has a crash gearbox and no power steering so is a beast to drive.
    1 point
  36. It's a Bristol but I can't tell you anymore. I hope you had a good time at the wedding.
    1 point
  37. Who do you think made decent cars back then? I was always a bit of a Rootes fan as my first car was a Hillman Minx and my mate had a Humber. I remember I had a customer who ran limos which were Fords. I managed to upset him and the son when I repeated my dad’s opinions that Fords were heavy on petrol and hard to start 😂
    1 point
  38. Great stuff. Decent game but Arbroath showed Killie are no world beaters.
    1 point
  39. Pleasing to see that Kilmarnock could not emulate us and win at Gayfield. Even more incentive to win tomorrow and restore our three point advantage over the team that must still be most people's favourites for the title.
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  40. I will settle for having scored at least one goal more than them when the final whistle is blown.
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  41. The club held it's AGM last night and announced a 70% cut in their losses. A loss of £263,000 was announced for the year ending May 2020 which is a major drop from the £892,000 for the previous year. The gate receipts were down from 74'893 to 43'106 although retail went up 20%. While it is still a large debt the Chairman, CEO and Directors would appear to be steering the club in the right direction even with all the problems that were caused by the covid 19 pandemic.
    1 point
  42. Pretty entertaining game and a draw was fair on the balance of play. I feel like we had more chances over the piece but they were not particularly clear cut. A goalmouth scramble and a Mckay shot which flashed by the post were as close as we came. Dunfermline had the two best chances of the game which drew wonder saves from Ridgers. The block from the Toddy header was outstanding and we were definitely up against it for large parts of the game particularly after we lost Sutherland and Doran to injury which really knocked our rhythm. Another good performance from Roddy with his classic Cr
    1 point
  43. A point gained rather than two lost. I thought we shaded the first half, but Dunfermline definitely were the better team after the break, with Ridgers keeping them out although we had one shot that grazed the post. Had we got ahead before the break we would have gone on to win, but we were hanging on in the last 15 minutes or so. I didn’t see any fans walk out. Whilst our support was vocal in the first half they were quite muted when we were holding on towards the end. Dunfermline are better than their league position and I’m happy with the point the way things turned out.
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  44. Ha ha, I’m not always glued to the club’s activities. Getting MacGregor and Harper on longer contracts is a great bit of business, and we do seem to be getting our act together with our best assets, given the extensions signed by Ridgers, Carson and Allardice over the last few months. I’d like to see Deas join the list of those extending, but this really gives us hope for the future. If they do get the opportunity to join a larger club, the fees we get will be helpful in sustaining the club, so a “win win” situation. Reading this has made my day!
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  45. https://ictfc.com/ictfc-fans-focus-group-meeting-transcripts
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  46. No denying that their equaliser was an absolute peach. Was almost tempted to applaud it.
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