Stirling Observer

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    Online Shop

    This has to be a priority. No use giving it big licks when we moved from the portacabin into the building. Looks much better but got to sort out online shop pronto. If their has been staff sickness or vacancies. Ask for voluntary help in the short with offers of match day tickets/hospitality. Something to get it done.
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    Inverness CT -V- Ross County

    Welsh had a tremendous second half, Chalmers best game since he arrived. Coll Donaldson makes my knees tremble. So glad to have Oakley back, he gave draper a torrid time.
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    Inverness CT -V- Ross County

    A few County lads have been quite outspoken this week. Bit of ammo for the players although they shouldn't need it. Wasn't really relishing this game but up for it now. Kevin Keegan style I would love it, love it we beat them.
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    U18's Season

    These results seem outstanding. Hopefully these boys continue to develop and topple County into our shadows once more.
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    Scottish Cup 3rd Round

    I don't like this. Scottish cup is for Saturdays. Ah well
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    White

    Folk will declare dramatically online or in person that this player is rank etc etc. Now they are in a position where they have to highlight each mistake to justify their claim, rather than lose face. Wouldn't surprise me if there are some supporters who would rather see a player miss a golden chance just for the opportunity of a 'i telt you so and so is *****'. Sad times
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    Daniel Mackay

    Daniel is still young and growing. Against physically stronger opposition over a game they can wear him down with the physicality of the game. However, 15 mins of a fresh, fast and keen youngster is much more effective. I would have Oakley as number 1 out of all our options
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    Friday Night Football

    I really like Friday night games but it needs to be a fixture where both sets of fans have less than an hour to travel. Likely to only have about 50 away fans for this instead of maybe 150/200 on a Saturday. I would be one who would have attended sat but can't make the Friday night. That's rubbish. Being able to watch in a pub is consolation but nothing beats the real deal.
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    Queen of the South - 29th September

    Yup, got to be the same starting line up. The formation change has worked well. Games cant come quickly enough. Queens form has dipped a little in the last few weeks so its a good time to play them. Hoping Dobbie gets the squirts on Friday night.
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    Ross County - 22nd September

    I would have gone for Italian meatball sub myself. You are a braver man than me
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    Ross County - 22nd September

    The county midfield is a bit static. Need to run them ragged, we all know Vigurs doesn't track runners and drapes isn't the quickest. Polworths availability could be key
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    Patrick another 3 points!!

    I have only seen the 2 away league fixtures and would agree we all playing well in fits and starts but not really dominating games/riding our luck. To be sitting top of the league without controlling a game is a very promising sign. The change in formation seems to have helped us offensively with 6 goals in 2 games. Really looking forward to Dingwall. Would still make them favourites, especially if we have picked up some injuries but would love to hump them silly (4-0 would be pleasant) and send a message across the bridge and to the rest of the league that teams should fear us.
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    Boardroom Banter - is it necessary to continue with it?

    No harm in asking
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    Dunfermline -V- Inverness CT

    Agreed
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    Elbouzedi

    These guys are in training almost daily. Lack of ability or attitude is why he couldn't get a game. Wasn't impressed when he did get a chance. Gives our youths a better opportunity.
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    Who would you like to see at ICT next season?

    From the limited game time I saw of Zac. He looked like a dud. Better get him off the wagebill and give youth a chance.
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    Inverness CT -V- Alloa

    Robert, I like the look of your team.
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    Inverness CT -V- Dunfermline

    We lost many good players after the cup win (Ofere, Watkins, Christie, Shinnie), yogis replacements were poor. He tried to play the same style with lesser players. He started the downward spiral, took the huff when the board wouldn't let him speak to Utd then engineered his way out the club, picking fights over anything he could (much like mourinho now). Both parties suffered badly from his actions. A humble man would reflect on this and admit his errors. However yogis still churns the nonsense that if the board gave him money he would have kept us at that level. His replacements he signed make that statement pretty nonsensical.
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    He's One Of Our Own

    Zlatan?
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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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    He's One Of Our Own

    This is a nonsense. Regardless of what people's opinions on his performances I really hope the majority of fans rally round polworth and show him he is appreciated and that some young attention seeking teenagers don't represent the majority.
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    Alan Hercher

    One of my favourite players as a kid, some great memories of him. Always thought he was a striker for some reason. Did he move up front towards the end of his career or did I just imagine it?
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    Inverness CT -V- Ayr Utd

    Same 11. Not a suprise. Strong bench. If things don't start well hopefully Robbo can make changes early, feel our subs could have a big impact.
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    Ayr and the problem of Shankland

    I'm not one for reputations. But a striker full of confidence who has been beasting them in thus far this season causes me concern.