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  1. Whoever will be at the helm next season we owe Neil McCaan and Billy Dodds a huge Thank You for getting us to where we are now .They did a great job in the short time they were here . Wishing them All the Best for the future ....Hoping the managers position can be announced soon .
    16 points
  2. 3 hours old and already in the strip Northstandfan super proud of you and my new grandson. Future Northstander sorry if it’s not appropriate for this part of the forum but just had to do it.
    16 points
  3. Billy Ferries, Gordon Connelly, Neale Cooper, Alex Smith, Owen Coyle, Liam Boyce, Stuart Kettlewell, Richie Brittain, Sandy Ross, Steven Ferguson, Chris Somerville, Deek Adams, Jamie MacPherson, Brian Grant, Steven Hutchison, Ian Maxwell, Don Cowie Sr, Don Cowie Jr, Kenny Gilbert, Brian Irvine, Iain Vigurs, Michael Gardyne, Mark Hateley, Alex Bone, Deek Adams, Dick Campbell, Julian Broddle, Billy Herd, Willie Furphy, Derek Holmes, Jimmy Calderwood, Deek Adams, Willie McStay, The Jailender, Scott Leitch, Uncle Roy, Coll Donaldson, Hector MacLennan, Deek Adams, Jim McIntyre, Darren Henderson, To
    14 points
  4. I want to take a few moments to say a huge public thank-you to 3 specific forum members who have been toiling behind the scenes to update our entire stats program during the course of the pandemic. Its mind-numbing and repetitive work but it helps us immensely. Step forward: @IBM @ictewd and last but not least @tm4tj We are now at a stage where, if you go into any of the sub-menus from the main menu items shown below, the data you are presented with should be complete. This was a truly gargantuan task with every ICT game needing to be entered, team lines a
    13 points
  5. For example: In the Jailend- where your brother is your dad In the Jailend- where your team is just so bad In the Jailend - Caley always make you sad In the Jailend, in the Jailend
    12 points
  6. Hearts Fan here be gentle. I know a load of hearts fans that are taking up this offer and it has not been forgotten how Inverness both helped us out whilst in administration and last season when they quit rightly called out Dundee over that vote. anyway ticket purchased hope Robbo gets cramp with all the signing he has got to do in the week ahead. good-luck for the rest of the season except when playing hearts obviously.
    12 points
  7. I and 5 golfing buddies were up on our annual golfing break last week, and were able to fit in this match. We treated ourselves to the hospitality package in the Highlander suite. Worth every penny. From 12.30 right through to about 17.45 we were royally treated by commercial manager, Keith Haggart, and his staff. Starting with a look at my wall tile, recently puchased as a gift for me, in the tunnel "wall of fame", followed by champagne reception, 3 course lunch, free bar before, after and at half time, everyone treated us brilliantly. There were chats from Keith, followed by Robbo
    11 points
  8. My thoughts are with Robbo and his family. Experiencing the physical and emotional trauma of this pandemic has been difficult for many people. I can appreciate how footie can provide distraction to many but I simply cant enthuse whatsoever about this season and cant wait until it is over and we are safe to battle it out again next season. I dont see the need for an interim manager as that may just cause more problems. I would be happy to leave that the "old school brigade" are capable of keeping the ship going and hopefully none of the Robbo vultures will turn on them to. So you take all
    11 points
  9. to be fair, he is trying his damnedest now!
    11 points
  10. As Mantis has said, and contrary to popular belief from some, we dont censor comments on here, nor do we remove said comments unless they cross the line. You may find them disrespectful, and others may agree or disagree with those comments, but they are opinions of people who are entitled to voice their opinion whether you, I or anyone else agrees with it or not. Also, no-one has actually used the reporting mechanism that triggers a moderator discussion on a specific topic or post. In a situation like this, the typical course of action is to allow the rest of our audience to (respectfully) dis
    10 points
  11. Because there's nothing offensive or abusive? Because it's a platform for fans' views? Are you implying that we should censor everything that isn't posted by Happy Clappers?
    10 points
  12. The winner for August is Roddy MacGregor.
    9 points
  13. Well, that is our season effectively over. There were a number of positives, not least the fact that we still have a club to support and it looks like we will have the ability to remain full time next season. Next season is shaping up to be a very different one with the likelelyhood of a full return of fans, the possibilities of 4 Highland derbies and a much more level playing field than for some time with three being no single club in the division with resources much greater than all their rivals. We have a number of positives with the nucleus of a decent settled squad includin
    9 points
  14. Awww shucks Scotty Yeah it was mind numbing stuff at times but great to see it all come together. IBM is now the main man for keeping our PotY poll running smoothly and EWD has been adding stats after every game plus all league scores that keep the league tables ticking over as well as completing the updating of every score since we entered the leagues, that's the one that gives us the league tables in chronological order. All this helps immensely and leaves me more time to concentrate on Previews and Reports which have been coming thick and fast this season, non stop to be honest.
    9 points
  15. With apologies for the double post but given how derided they have been during the ICT careers I think it's only fair that (Brad) Mckay and Devine get some acknowledgement for their performances at the back. We have looked a lot better defensively in recent weeks and if people are going to criticise players when it's going wrong it's only fair to praise them when things are going well. Whilst players like Todorov and MacKay are, rightly, getting a lot of applause the likes of Devine and Mckay should also be included.
    9 points
  16. Brilliant result for us and one that keeps our brilliant form going in to two very important league games. David Carson brilliant once again aswell as welsh and toddy. I cant believe how many people have over looked how much of a good signing danny devine has been for us this season he has played 18 leagues games losing just 3 out of 18, the 4 games that he hasnt played in we have lost 3 out of 4. His experience has helped Carson settle in to right back and also a very young back line progress. This perception that he is a bad player i just do not get at all, anyhow up th
    9 points
  17. Fair dos all round. Prompt action/decent solution/great communication. Good luck all. Anyone grumbling about this needs to have a look at themselves in my opinion.
    9 points
  18. What kind of fans do we have ? It’s embarrassing reading some of the comments on here . A man is willing to give up a steady position to help us in our hour of need and this is how we thank him . I know the majority of fans will appreciate what he is doing and get behind him .I just hope he’s not reading these nasty negative comments and wants to put his coat on and head back down the road ......WHY IS ADMIN ALLOWING IT ?
    9 points
  19. At the risk of being accused of picking on you again, I really think it has to be pointed out that this is an unacceptable comment on several levels. Surprised no-one else has picked up on it.
    9 points
  20. The football authorities, both north and south of the border, have been reminded by their respective governments to limit contact between players especially for goal and victory celebrations. I was interested to hear Derek Mcinnes among others responding by suggesting that it was unfair to expect players to do that as it was 'normal' and 'instinctive' for players for players to want to celebrate together after a goal or securing a win. Well, it's both normal and instictive for me to want to embrace my nearly 90 year old mother when I see her but I have managed to refrain from doing s
    9 points
  21. Pretty pathetic the slagging our no.22 takes tbh. Brad is a decent spud having chatted with him. Brad is not Van Dijk, if he was he wouldn't be with us. He has twice signed new contracts, so he wants to be here and play for us which deserves credit. His long throw ins can be a handful for defenders, as in Storey's goal this week, Scottish Cup QF against Dundee Utd last year to name but two. So let's have more positive comments towards Brad in 2021 and leave the slagging for c**nty players lol.
    9 points
  22. “We are in a situation in Scottish football where as football clubs, we should be helping each other out” Short memories, Dundee FC.
    9 points
  23. Stunning turnaround. Absolutely stunning. Probably the first game this season we have actually gotten out of second gear and we ended up tearing Partick apart. First half was pretty even although Partick had the best chances with the Tiffoney strike and the Graham sitter. Carson seemed well out of position for the opener and Broadfoot and Devine didn't really handle the situation well either but after Ridgers stood up well to deny Graham and we got to half time at 0 - 1 you still felt if we got an early goal then we might go on to get something. And we absolutely did that and then some. T
    8 points
  24. Confirmed both items with the club and now fully paid. Many thanks to all contributors.
    8 points
  25. I will always appreciate those who step in to assist in times of need both personally & professionally and NM and BD did that on both levels, personally for JR in his time of need, and professionally for our club in ours. They steered us away from the playoffs at the wrong end and almost got us into the playoffs at the other end. Thank You Neil. Thank You Billy. It is appreciated. We hope that Robbo returns to his position for next season, but if for any reason he and Kells are not able to continue then I think most fans would have no hesitation in either or both of them holding the reins.
    8 points
  26. I could just about see the justification for disrupting the football schedule for the funeral of the monarch herself but for a consort surely today's silence followed by a similar show of respect on the day of the funeral would suffice. The death of a very elderly man is extremely sad for his family and those who knew and loved him but we have not postponed football matches for the sake of the 140 000 or so who have died in the past year or so either directly or indirectly from Covid and I am unconvinced that it is appropriate or necessary to do so next Saturday either.
    8 points
  27. We are probably feeling a little disappointed not to get all 3 points today, but our recent good form makes it easy to forget what a hugely difficult and challenging season it has been for the club. Today's results mean that we are now mathematically safe from relegation. Instead, we are now very much in the mix for the promotion play-offs and have a cup match to look forward too after having deservedly beaten our Premiership neighbours. Anything more than what has been achieved already will be a real bonus. Huge congratulations to all at the club who have made this possible.
    8 points
  28. Buckie Thistle gave us more of a fright than County did!
    8 points
  29. Well said . Someone has stepped in to help us out and hopefully gain some more experience by doing so. I wish him well and thank him for coming .
    8 points
  30. The club has to be commended in taking prompt and decisive action in extremely difficult circumstances. Firstly and most importantly protecting the health of all staff. Then to support the team by bringing in an experienced interim manager. As supporters we would do well now to get behind both the management team and the players to achieve as high a league finish as possible. Keep safe and keep positive...
    8 points
  31. An excellent result against potentially very difficult opposition in far from ideal weather conditions. As is usually the case in Ayr the home side started very brightly. We often find ourselves under the cosh early doors at Somerset and today was no different with the windy conditions not helping. Ayr settled quickly and were soon stroking the ball around well looking to hit Walsh and McCowan on their respective flanks. The former, well known to ICT fans of course, was the main focus as he frequently cut inside Duffy on the left flank and looked to hang balls up to the back post for team
    8 points
  32. A vital and most welcome boost to our coffers at this most difficult of times. Once again. Thanks to the Hearts fans who came up with this wonderful gesture and everyone, Hearts fan, ICT fan or no fan at all who has contributed in their own modest way. There is much to criticise in Scottish football but it is also important to give full praise and credit where it's due and it is most certainly due here.
    8 points
  33. Hearts fan in peace. I'm personally awaiting 5 signed letters from Robbo. My monthly pension comes through next week, so I may very well up that to 10 letters. I'm more than happy to throw a bit of my money to ICT, if any of you check out Hearts forums, you'll know that I'm not alone. Your club is regarded by Hearts fans as being one of the good guys, the fact that your manager is a Hearts legend just adds to that feeling. My ideal scenario for this season is that we carry on and win the league, and you guys can also win promotion through the play-offs, you have a lot of games in hand
    8 points
  34. Jambo here, We all just want to repay the kindness you have shown to us over the years, not many sides have your integrity and it is very much appreciated from the whole Jambo family! Just purchased tickets for each member of my family, sorry Robbo you are going to have a very sore wrist! Also just to let you know there are a few posts going round the Hearts forums/pages where we are talking about trying to beat your attendance record at the Caledonian Stadium, we will do our best so watch this space! Thanks from a grateful Jambo
    8 points
  35. I'm actually stunned that 1) I missed this disgraceful comment; and 2) no one else has called it out. At a time when mental health is such an important topic and people are being encouraged to speak out if they are struggling, now that someone with a relatively high profile in Scottish football has broached this sensitive issue (and received praise for doing so) you want to use it against him and try and have him leave the club? That's completely and utterly appalling. I'll give you the benefit of the doubt that maybe you didn't mean to phrase it quite that way but if you truly belie
    8 points
  36. Devastating news. Deepest condolences to his family and friends. An integral part of the club since the very beginning. Agree that his passing should be acknowledged at our next match. It should also be marked again, probably by a minute's applause at the next home game when a full cohort of fans are permitted back into the stadium. I am sure that there are very very many who would wish to show appreciation in person for all the work he has done for no personal reward over the last quarter of a century and more.
    8 points
  37. Just received a large goody bag of foodstuffs courtesy of ICT Community Trust delivered by Craig Masterton. A big thank you to all at ICT and all the best for 2021
    8 points
  38. Again off topic, sorry, but I’m reminded of when a female work colleague returned from an overnight business trip to Islay where she spent the evening in a pub sampling the local malts. ”I woke up with the taste of peat in my mouth” she told us. ”Who’s Pete?!” was the response.
    8 points
  39. 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
    7 points
  40. Whilst we will be making our own way to Gayfield, what a delight to see the supporters bus running again. A very welcome stride on the road back to normality. Thank you to those who have made it happen
    7 points
  41. “Black trim matters” movement launched 😀
    7 points
  42. Well said izzy they have both done a good job for us and raised the profile of our club a bit which is a good thing.
    7 points
  43. Well deserved
    7 points
  44. Carson has signed a new three year deal.
    7 points
  45. For me I just don't feel we're ICT any more. I've had this feeling that we're just another club since 2016. The magic has gone. This must be how it feels to support all the other clubs.
    7 points
  46. Like everyone, zi have no idea how long this appointment might last but give the man a chance and, at the very least stop making snide comments about the clubs he has played for. This is not poisonous west central Scotland. Mercifully, such things are irrelevant to the great majority of us here. McCann has been around the Scottish football scene, one way or another most of his life. He is fresh to the club and may bring a different insight. He must certainly isn't coming for the money or the glamour of managing ICT. There is no doubt that his only other spell as a manager ende
    7 points
  47. As above, another Jambo here! Ticket bought, and wish you all the best unless your playing Hearts HHGH ;) Honestly though fingers crossed in future games we play hopefully we will both be up in the premiership! Thankyou for supporting our club in its time or need is the past too!, its never forgotten and hopefully our teams and fans continue this friendship and this just goes to show how big the game can really be when fans and teams have each others intrest and survival at heart and not just their own! All the best every one and stay safe!
    7 points
  48. Yeah like above I’m a hearts fan so yeah be gentle, I was looking forward to attending the game itself with a couple of mate and having a weekend up at Inverness but sadly not to be so have purchased a couple of v tickets. We won’t forget the integrity of ICT all the best for the rest of the season except against us !
    7 points
  49. Yes, Mr Preece might have taught you the way to Telford Street😊
    7 points
  50. As someone who volunteered to assist with getting fans in, it's pretty poor stuff that someone should complain. Any process that checks your ticket, ID for track and trace and temperature is going to take a wee while and we did our best to ensure that no one other than us had to wait in the cold and rain. Fans were not coralled in any way. The only problem I had was someone forgetting their ID and it was resolved by the club pronto. On stewards, yes they were from Glasgow but they were socially distanced and masked whenever they were in contact with people. They couldn't have done any better a
    7 points
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