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SMEE last won the day on June 13 2015

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    Ken Thomson

    Thoughts are with his loved ones. RIP
  2. Can anyone tell me which (if any) ICT first team squad are likely to leave in the summer? Cheers
  3. If ICT has only won say another 5 games (which were there for the taking), instead of drawing so many, we would have gone up. Thing is tho (and this is still relevant) can we afford the costs involved with going up? The current squad would need improved on massively, to be able to compete in the Chamionship. Is the money there if we go up?
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    Jim Falconer

    Wishing Mr F a long and Healthy retirement. Deffo a club Stalwart. As for Ginger Dad used to talk fondly of him and other Caley players, all the time. Im actually amazed to hear he was still with us, until recently. May he Rest In Peace
  5. Scotland contributes around £120Bn to the Westminster Coffers each year. Scottish Govt get back around £33Bn per year to run the whole Country. Im sure if our Govt got the whole lot...we could all be living a far better quality of life. If Switzerland Ireland and Norway (for example) can go it alone.....why cant Scotland?
  6. 23 league games unbeaten now....a NEW club record
  7. Scotty, as a fellow Dalneigher and Human being, i wish you nothing but the best with your battle ahead. You can kick Cancers sure of it. Although we have never met, i was very aware of you. I clearly recall you walking past our garden. I recally you at Caley games in the olde days and i remember you working at B and Q. I remember your lil sister, and how shocked i was when she passed away. I even have fond memories of your Mum, as she helped run the Cameron Youth club for a while. I remember when i hasd my own health battle, many many yrs ago, she was aware it and would often ask my mum how i was doing. So, I have nice memories of you and your family 🙂 I lost my own dad to Prostate Cancer 2 yrs ago at the end of November, so my mate has made me aware that I really need to start thinking about getting tested regularly myself, now that im in my late 40s. I have to say tho, im DREADING the old Doctors finger up my bahookie really worried about the feeling of having my insides touched. Its just one of them things that gives me the heebie jeebies, but i know that it could be life saving. Can i ask, did you have any symptoms, or was it pure luck that it was picked up at yearly medical? Anyhow, as i say, I wish you all the very best and hope you will be with us for a long long time yet 🙂