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    He's One Of Our Own

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    Owain Tudor Jones interviews Gary Warren

    I liked it. Just two lads reminiscing about the good old days
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    Inverness CT -V- Dunfermline

    I wasnt there but i can understand the changes. That team was strong enough to win. Several of the players in the starting line up have been on thin ice I believe and Robbo wouldn't want to make changes to an unbeaten team. However if we won tonight and several players stood out he would have a reason to make changes. Sounds like the plan backfired badly. Perhaps 3/4 changes would have sufficient. Still that team should have been good enough
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    Rangers -V- I.C.T.

    its 3 in the morning in thailand and am up on a mates computer trying to stream but his settings dont seem to allow my usual stream, any help would be much appreciated, pm me if you can help out, cheers
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    The Moraig Macangus Memorial Trophy

    Good work penguins! Playing for a team in melbourne at the moment so keeping up the little fitness i have. Couple of games when im home should be fun.
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    The Moraig Macangus Memorial Trophy

    Im back from Australia the week before and am down at a weddin in stirling that weekend so id be well up for playing
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    dunfermline away

    Attempting to cycle to this one coz im tight, hopefully make it.
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    Top 6 or not top 6, that is the question

    Well after tonights results. I think there is one place to fight for. I presume the following will pull away 3rd - Hearts (good strong sqaud) 4th - Dundee Utd (starting to find form after slow start, plenty games in hand) 5th - Killie (despite losing sammon have good creative midfielders to pick up enough points) Leaving ourselves, motherwell, st johnstone and aberdeen to fight it out for final place - we have added to our squad and kept rooney, two postitives - motherwell have lost blackman - big loss - st j - similar squad - aberdeen - kept maguire added blackman and a few experienced players but furthest behind going to be close, unfortunately if i was a betting man i would go with the dons to pip 6th place on final matchday.
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    Older ICT fans

    high 5 dougal, loving your work!
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    Hamilton roll call (merged)

    will be there, driving through unfortunately!
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    Who's for sheep?

    am on 9.07 from stirling with some fluffers back down again sometime after game depending on how good the pub is
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    Open Night this pre-season?

    Dont know if this the right place to put this but is an idea for a fundraiser. Stirling Albion trust are pretty proactive ( etc) and they use an end of season football aid style fans game to raise some funds. They will be playing their fans game this saturday. Check out their website for details. Basically they use forthbank pitch, changing facilities etc, have 14/16 home players and 14/16 away players, 2 managers, 2 assistant managers who all bid for their place. they get guaranteed certain amount of time on pitch (60 mins i think). Apparently it raises a couple of grand for there supporters trust and is a good day out. With a bigger fan base than albion im sure the price for each position would be higher therefore raising more money. Am sure ICT wouldnt mind pitch getting used once over close season.
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    merged: County Community Club?

    I perceive being a community club simply as reaching other to local schools providing lots of coaching and small gestures which 1 stops local lads joining other clubs and spreading a net over inverness and further afield to talent spot most players and 2 ensures the next generation has many more supporters (or customers) than if an effort was not made with youth. Clubs incomes are mainly proportioned to their size of attendances. Short term gains in football generally end in disaster. Long term thinking is positive. bit of balance is required, money to first team so they can compete and money towards community project which will reap benefits in the future
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    Text from a C*unty fan

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    ICT -V- Ross County : matchnight thread

    4 pts clear! 11 of cunty get it round you adams, brewster and barrowman!!! Yesssssssssss and then there were six