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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
    17 points
  2. As a regular subscriber to ICT PPV I wanted to congratulate the club on providing an excellent product. Iain Auld is a very talented commentator and by far the best one I have listened to online. He has a fluidity and professional sounding commentary that really is top class. Ross Tokely is also superb and every comment he makes I find I agree with - his tactical insights and passion as an ICT fan make our PPV a joy to watch. The camera angles and replays are good with only a few minor glitches. Well done Iain, Ross and ICT!
    14 points
  3. Let’s all put and end to these rumours about Roddy. He’s been hit by Covid pre Christmas quite badly. When he got back he tore his thigh. He should have received a scan but didn’t and ended up coming back to training too early with the result that he damaged it again. He has been at the gym every day since he’s been out. He’s absolutely gutted about what’s happened and is desperate to get back to help the team. A situation very far removed from the “refusing to train” bollocks I’ve just read!
    12 points
  4. 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
  5. I realise we should maybe let this topic go now,but it is telling that we,the fans and supporters of the club, are being treated as non entities, that is until the end of the season and then the begging letters will come out asking us to joing Caley Thistle on another wonderful adventure,buy a season ticket at the same price as last year (if you are lucky) and we promise we will do better. A club like Inverness should have a great following when you consider they could and should be drawn from far and near Inverness, the capital of the HIghlands. However, why would you come as a newby to the c
    10 points
  6. It’s now the time of year for the Club to send out letters regarding Season Tickets and then letters about Sponsorship. However, despite after all the restrictions due to Covid, hospitality returned a while ago and still no thank you to those of us who, year after year, pay hundreds to sponsor a player or players. Why has the Club not had a Sponsors Night, even a tea and sandwiches, meet their sponsored player and get a photo? I know of quite a few who, disappointed in the Club, are considering not sponsoring again. It’s the Clubs loss - they are happy to ask for money but with no acknow
    9 points
  7. I have no problem with the last paragraph frankly. How many times have clubs - not just our club - had ridiculous decisions imposed on them or reasonable appeals rejected unless you have one of the larger support bases ! It may not be right, but there are too many examples to say it is not true. Willie Collum has been an incompetent and notorious whistler for years as have many of his colleagues but there is ZERO accountability within referee circles ... FFS even at amateur level you cant question referee decisions. I sat on the committee of the Inverness Amateur association for years an
    9 points
  8. Don't know how to feel after that. Delighted to get through; furious with the refereeing 'performance'; concerned with our performance; worried if we'll have enough players to field a team in the final; pissed off with the 'fans' hurling missiles on the pitch; gutted for shane; proud of the defensive display; impressed by the determination of the players; ... All emotions in a day in the life of a Jaggie ! ❤️🖤
    9 points
  9. Why does the Chairman not come out,highlight that he is listening to the valuable supporters and then propose a plan to deal with the doom and gloom hanging over Caley stadium. Tell us why the communication which he started his tenure triumphing, has dropped to next to zero. Tell us why there are not proper parking facilities around the club and why the catering is a bit of a 'hit or a miss' and then tell us why he thinks the team have imploded. Is there a reason that we, the loyal fans know nothing about. Is there a reason why some of the players don't have desire and drive to play and maybe
    9 points
  10. The winner for August is Roddy MacGregor.
    9 points
  11. Why not support the lad instead of tagging him a failure before he kicks a ball
    8 points
  12. Wow...what a game! After that first 45minutes, when we were lucky to not be 4 or 5 nil down. As the saying goes though you have to score when you're dominating the game, and St Johnstone didn't score enough. I can understand the line-up when you consider that neither Chalmers or Smauels have stayed on the pitch for the whole of any match, and Allardice had played less than 5 minutes in 4 months. In theory playing 3 CB's at the back using Welsh was partly to compensate for not having Devine to partner Broadfoot, and gave us 5 at the back or 4 in midfield to suit passages in play. Also with no S
    8 points
  13. Brilliant outcome to another inept Willie Collum showing. Defended brilliantly and whilst we didn’t do enough to win it in 120minutes, same can be said of Arbroath. Couple of points re the Young fans behind the goal, your support of the team was magnificent and really helps, but please stop with the throwing things onto the pitch, what on earth do you get from it? All that happens is the club get fined, and to be honest I cringe at that behaviour, and like to think we are better than that as a club. Really unnecessary.
    8 points
  14. Incredible backs to the wall performance. With all that crap thrown at us, and one of the worst refereeing performances of all time, we stuck to our guns, defended resiliently, and then scored five great penalties. Never mind the quality of the game, let's salute the fantastic spirit and never say die attitude of our boys. Nerves of steel, and very well deserved.
    8 points
  15. That pink strip really is lucky!! Great way to spend a Friday evening - atmosphere at the end was great.
    8 points
  16. I mentioned this on the podcast but we are currently winless in this round of fixtures. We started the season well with an average points per game (PPG) of 2.33 from the first 9 fixtures and a win % of almost 80%. Since then the drop off has been nothing short of seismic. During the second round of fixtures PPG fell to 1.44 and win % to 33. We are currently winless in the third round of fixtures, as already mentioned, and PPG has fallen to 0.56. Even if we beat Hamilton on Friday (spoiler we won't) the best PPG we can hope for is 0.89 and a win % of 11. Quite simply abysmal. As for S
    8 points
  17. Just dire. I'd give Ross Tokely a go - can't be any worse than Dodds!
    8 points
  18. 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
    8 points
  19. Never a truer statement 😌
    8 points
  20. 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
  21. Confirmed both items with the club and now fully paid. Many thanks to all contributors.
    8 points
  22. Congratulations to caleycallum but, even more importantly, thanks yet again to Gringo for his time and effort, a marathon effort this season, to allow us, even those of us who always come nowhere, to have a bit of additional fun throughout the season. Greatly appreciated Gringo.
    7 points
  23. They’ve made some shambolic decisions but this must top the lot ……Ok boys you dug in last Fri. with 8 men and came out on top so go out there and show them what you’re capable of .We are all behind you .It was always obvious no referee ever wanted us in the premiership when we were in it .Beats me what they looked at there’s not one pundit who I heard on TV or radio could believe his decision .Sorry about the rant but I’m so angry . C’MON. CALEY THISTLE YOU CAN DO IT …. Willie Collums day will come 😡😡😡
    7 points
  24. Disagree. It is the perfect follow-up to what I had said without having read the club's statement: "Every player, manager, coach and everyone else associated with a club tries their hardest and does their best. But some self-important clown with a whistle ruins everything, safe in the knowledge that his chums will back him up. That's when everyone must ask "What's the point?". To which a very appropriate response is: "The Management, the Players, the Staff and just as importantly, the Caley Jag support will now need to pull together over the next two crucial games ....".
    7 points
  25. At the start of the season, we’d all have been delighted if we knew we’d make the play off final and we have, for the first time since we got relegated. This season is a missed opportunity in my opinion, as our bad run stopped us challenging for automatic promotion. Equally our good runs contained good fortune and flattered us a bit. I really think the Gardyne episode set us back, but we have come back from that and, without consistently performing well, have got into the play off final and, in my opinion, we deserve to be there. The players are playing for each other and showin
    7 points
  26. Congratulations to Mark Ridgers on breaking the club record of 67 career clean sheets with ICTFC! Surely our best ‘keeper we have had and a great servant of the club.
    7 points
  27. Well done Big Stew, you're in the report. This one is for you...
    7 points
  28. CaleyTennis, if you start a thread you can expect people to pass comment or ask you to clarify what you are saying. If you carefully read what you have written, you might understand why people are responding as they are. You start by saying that the issue is "with a small number of players who just aren't good enough to play for us", but later say that part of the solution "means selling our best players". Presumably players who are not good enough to play for us need to be off-loaded, so that would leave us with a middling group of players who, in your opinion are good enough to play for u
    7 points
  29. At last night’s game, his scarf was laid across his seat. A very poignant moment for all involved. Thank You ICT for winning on his behalf!
    7 points
  30. Disappointing. We have a dominant start to the game and create a well deserved 2 goal lead playing some of our best football of the season. Then, instead of continuing to do what got us there, we decide to sit back and cruise through the rest of the game in third gear. Can someone please tell Billy Dodds that we are not good enough to decide to take it easy against anyone, far less a team fighting for their lives at the foot of the table. We were fortunate today that Raith Rovers lost and we will almost certainly be in the play offs but we have almost certainly blown our chance
    7 points
  31. ' Football's a funny old game ', I think that's been said many times before, and it never ceases to amaze me. A few weeks ago we were in a bad place, I think Partick were on the same points as us, but had three games in hand, which if they won, would have put them up with Arbroath and Killie, now, after their slender win over QOS, they sit with the same points as us, having played two more games and we have a goal difference of 14 compared to their 8. So this is the time to focus and keep our good run going, starting with three points at Ayr on Saturday, and if we continue to pass the ball, as
    7 points
  32. Sam scored Wales' goal in a 1-1 draw against Bulgaria today. Well done Sam!
    7 points
  33. The players need to get into their heads that when playing Dunfermline, who are bottom, that they will be fighting for their survival in this league, so we need to get into the mindset that we are fighting for promotion through the playoffs. We have struggled against the bottom clubs this season, and this would be a good time to go for our third win on the bounce. We also need to get out of the habit of punting the ball aimlessly up the park. Surely the percentage of unsuccessful attacks or goals leading from this practice must show the coaching staff that it doesn't work. Start on the front f
    7 points
  34. Well Done to the ICTFC U18s as they beat Ross County U18s 3-2 this afternoon at the HFA Dingwall. Ethan Cairns got two goals with Aaron Nicolson getting the other
    7 points
  35. Disappointing to see such a negative reaction to a decent performance and a good result against the team leading the league for most of the season. Yes, recent weeks and months have been desperately disappointing but yesterday could well be a turning point. We are still in with a shout of promotion and I personally would prefer to adopt a more positive attitude for as long as that remains the case.
    7 points
  36. The disregard that our current board and CEO seem to have for the fans who keep the club afloat is nothing short of disgraceful and is not a topic that should be 'let go' until it's resolved. Customer relations is important to any company but especially so for one running what they wish to be regarded as a community club and at the moment is non existent. It would take very little to resolve the issue but it appears that, despite previous utterances to the contrary, nobody at the top is bothered. Poor results and performances are not the only reason why folk are drifting away fr
    7 points
  37. Oh gawd........not another match
    7 points
  38. My thoughts are yes we have a massive problem. I understood when SG came in one of his major aims was to bring in investors? Others appear to have managed this such as Dunfermline. However I get they would have to be a good fit and the last thing we need is a mad owner/large shareholder. Personally I've never known us be so top heavy as a club with so many management posts which I assume don't come cheap? Have we lost our way? Yes? Will it be sorted soon? I doubt it. When things are good on the field we tend to put up with anything as a support? This is a club that can't even sell
    7 points
  39. The silence from the club is deafening. The way the ICT support is dwindling must be of concern to any serious business. They say talk is cheap, it can just roll of the tongue and not mean much, so when the club said that the relationship and communication with the supporters was very important, and along with the match day experience would be improved, I think by the continued silence from those in the higher echelon at the club, you can take that with a pinch of salt. I can honestly say that in all the years that I have followed ICT, I have never heard or seen the hard-core supporter so disi
    7 points
  40. Tokely nailed it on comms; no workrate, no heart, no desire.
    7 points
  41. I sincerely hope that all those in ICT who have tested positive will have a speedy recovery with no ongoing ill effects. Their health is more important and I wish them all well. They won’t be having a very Happy Christmas now but I hope they recover enough to have a Happy New 2022 Year. Lizi xx
    7 points
  42. I really enjoyed the game tonight. We played for the full 90 minutes and were solid as a team, with good team spirit. We outplayed the promotion favourites and deservedly won. This should give us confidence to beat Morton twice next week before two home league games. There was not a failure in our team tonight with all 14 players used doing their jobs well. Welsh and Allardice are rightly being praised, but a shout out too to Sutherland who I thought was immense tonight. Broadfoot clearly enjoyed getting the better of his old team, with Polly being subbed after a quiet game
    7 points
  43. Fantastic game. I must admit that when it was pouring down at 7pm I was thinking twice about attending, but I'm so glad I did. That is the kind of game that fans pay their season ticket for. The atmosphere was great and although it took a while, the boys just kept plugging away until they got the goal, showing some talented footwork along the way. A special mention for those fans in the new 'noisy' stand - the rain failed to dampen their enthusiasm and it was great to see the team cheering them at the end too. Finally the pink strip looks surprisingly amazing under the floodlights.
    7 points
  44. It’ll be Jekyll. Hyde is on loan at Rothes.
    7 points
  45. 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
  46. “Black trim matters” movement launched 😀
    7 points
  47. WellI enjoyed my first season contributing to this forum and respect all other views and opinions even if I don't always agree with them. I think we all have a passion for ICT and want to see them in the Premiership. There is no doubt many mistakes were made this year in team selection at times and tactics,but we seemed to get through that period and more or less be on the same page as we came up the home straight. Mid season we all (me included) questioned the will and committment of the team and quire rightly so,but these last dozen or so games they have risen to the challenge and done them
    6 points
  48. For me, the difference last night was that, for the first 25 minutes at least, we went for the jugular. Incisive, direct movement, straight at goal. None of the dithering about outside the box which I have complained about in the past, passing sideways to each other because everyone was too scared to have a go. Instead it was straight through - run at the defence and cause them problems. Probably the best game I have seen Sutherland play. I thought Walsh was immense too - not just his two goals, but he always seemed to be in there, usually in the middle and not on a wing, trying to cr
    6 points
  49. This is an excellent idea. I wonder if the could could bring out some kind of classic matches calendar featuring shots from famous games (Feb 8th 2000 and so on)? December would have to be a picture of Derek Adams greeting after that late Foran strike in the 2012 Scottish Cup tie though
    6 points
  50. Hopefully a good omen for tomorrow. 👏🏆 Congratulations to the ICTFC Under 18s as they beat Morton 1-0 in the Scottish Youth Cup Third Round this evening at Cappielow! Duncan Proudfoot with the goal 🔴🔵
    6 points
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