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  1. Quite remarkable how many ex-ICT players were involved in European ties this week. I make it six with three scoring. Ryan Christie scored for Celtic whilst Dean Ebbe played for the New Saints in their win against Zalina from Slovakia. Marley Watkins played for Aberdeen against NSI Runavik along with Jonny Hayes (as an aside, it seems a long time ago that he and Richie Foran nearly came to blows against Dunfermline!). Our ex big man Jordan was on the bench for Motherwell and as noted by Robert, Polly regained his starting place after Turnbull joined Celtic.
  2. From a business point of view ICT as a company wants to survive through the pandemic. However, income streams will be reduced and who knows when supporters will be allowed back into stadia. So the signing of Devine is a good piece of business. He is an experienced player and like all players will have made mistakes. He is a good buddy of Aaron's and will be known to other players such as James Vincent. He knows the club and should settle back into Inverness very quickly. He can play in a couple of positions in the back four and could have played for Northern Ireland if he had not switched allegiance to the south. So another positive signing for what will be a most unusual and uncharted season.
  3. All clubs should now make it clear that any further breaches by players will be subject to disciplinary action. One more false move and the game in Scotland that is currently clinging on financially could be irretrievably damaged by greedy idiots.
  4. Very good signing. Historically we bid our time and then picked up some good signings. It is certainly a buyer's market at present in football or the wider economy.
  5. I notice Robbo being linked to the St Johnstone.vacancy.
  6. Incredibly difficult to plan at the moment with lockdown or big gatherings likely to be in place for some time. Football likely to be on the back burner for some time. Very unsettling for players thinking of geographical moves. We have quite a few players out of contract soon but can they find alternative employers?
  7. The Good News is fantastic. If I had a dream about really Good News on top of this Good News it would be that Scotland's riches club by far, Celtic, donated a matching £1.5m to the SFA for distribution amongst other clubs. They are a great family club but putting a small sum back into the Scottish game would be absolutely honourable.
  8. Robbo needs to tell the players that unless they plan to take Arbroath as seriously as if they are Celtic or Aberdeen or Ross County then there is no point in travelling.
  9. From Stad de Kessock Bridge to Stad de Stamford Bridge......
  10. An interesting life so far.
  11. Under no circumstance should anyone post the prediction of an easy win against QOS on Tuesday.. ..especially with no hope fixtures against Partick (twice) and Arbroath on the horizon....not to mention the three points we will handover to Dundee United...
  12. Toshney made a big difference. The team did play with a lot of energy but two defensive errors almost gifted Morton a win. We certainly were the better side but it's points that count. Carl is beginning to be quite inspirational - it was his deft flick on that enabled Toddy to score two in a row. MacGregor ran his socks off for 73 minutes. Morton were on a charge up the table so a vital win. However, the pack remains waiting to chase us down. Alloa away is never easy.
  13. 12 league games to go, 24 gone. 6 very good teams competing for three play off places. We can get a good slot if we believe in our players - last night was the best team we have played this season. Supporting the team on Tuesday night is just the beginning of moving forward. Morton scored four today....