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  1. 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
  2. Players from opposition teams have been sitting in the stand behind the goals.
  3. 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
  4. Just a typo due to my fat fingers.
  5. Seeing as @Robert is slacking (the announcement was made almost 20 minutes ago ) the club have confirmed that Roddy MacGregor has signed a new deal taking him through to the end of the 2023/24 season.
  6. Pretty easy in the end despite Buckie starting the better with a couple of really good chances to open the scoring. Lots of nice quick, crisp passing around the box but too often it amounted to nothing. Mckay and Jamieson impressed up front and linked well together. Nice header for Jamieson to open the scoring and there's something almost reassuring about Billy Mckay bagging goals in the red and blue of ICT. I thought Hyde gave a pretty good performance at RB as well. Nice to be able to make 10 changes and still steam roller the opposition irrespective of what level they are playing at. Buckie
  7. RiG

    New ICT Podcast

    Why hello there! Thinking about listening to a podcast were you? We've got just the ticket - a chat with all round loveable chap James Vincent! We cover the highs and lows of his career, looking back at some of the big games in his ICT career, turning down Hibs, spells at Dundee and Dunfermline, returning to the Highlands and finally his departure from ICT in the summer. Well worth a listen!
  8. Dunfermline have pulled out of the competition so, if we beat Buckie, we would have an away tie against Elgin to look forward to.
  9. If we do get any money from the Christie move, and I'm still not convinced we actually will do, then hopefully it can be used to extend the contracts of some our promising young players like MacGregor, Deas and Gardyne.
  10. He's getting paid more money and is closer to family. I doubt he will care too much.
  11. Not much between the sides but I think that was a deserved win for ICT. Whilst still not firing on all cylinders and not creating too many chances we were very well drilled at the back and worked exceptionally hard to close Killie down when they had the ball in more threatening areas. And when they did managed to wriggle free and get a cross in Devine and Broadfoot were almost always there to clear the danger. Allardice took a while to get going but he grew into the game and seemed to perform a lot better when he was working with Welsh after Dodds made some changes in the second half. Gar
  12. We are in the Chadwick stand behind the goals. IIRC I recall the last time we were there this happened...
  13. Update from Killie - away tickets on sale (online) from 12pm today.
  14. Kilmarnock still waiting on East (?) Ayrshire Council to get their finger out and confirm the crowd capacities for the game on Saturday.
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    3 out of 3

    If that's true not too much of a surprise. These temporary stands with a lifespan of 10 years (IIRC) are now 16 (?) years old. Also, Ayr fans are fat [email protected]@rds.
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