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    Carl Tremarco comments

    A good hammering at Tannadice will shake us up.
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    Inverness CT - Morton

    White's goal was well taken.
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    Inverness CT -V- QOS

    Angus Beith is back training.
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    Inverness CT -V- QOS

    7 games in and in a healthy position.......BUT the home crowd expects easy wins every match......this is not realistic even with actual Support and Realism..................our aim surely is to be close to the top come 28th February 2019 ready for a good finish. Patience is a virtue providing things are ticking over. Is it too much to ask everyone to get behind the team next Saturday in yet another difficult game? Or will we assume that we have an easy win after Ayr beat them 5-1? Next week's game will be difficult - let us support all the players, and management.
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    Queen of the South - 29th September

    Dobbie is very dangerous and currently Scotland's top scorer. A real handful for our defence. In addition Polly looked to have a damaged shoulder at the end of the County match. A very tough match in prospect.
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    Ross County -V- Inverness CT

    RCFC TV missed the wrestling and apparent punch by Graham on Donaldson early in the first half........
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    Ross County - 22nd September

    Let's hope Ricky Calder is on song tomorrow.............
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    Stubbs second gaffer to go

    Rice...................................and Yogi to save the day? Jim McIntyre recently turned down the Morton job so maybe he had a tip off but I guess he will want to take wee Billy with him.
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    Inverness CT -V- Alloa

    Part of the problem in the last three games has been underestimating Dunfermline Reserves, Ayr and Alloa. Ross County's supporters have a thread about walking the league and I wonder if the BBC's prediction that we would be first has filtered through the club. The good news on that front is that Dunfermline hammered us early last season and after losing to their Reserves a few weeks ago, we must surely go down there this Saturday partly as underdogs but more importantly determined to battle for a point or if things go well, sneak a win.
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    Inverness CT -V- Dunfermline

    ......................time to move on and forget the past by treating Alloa as if we were playing Celtic or Rangers - this is a big game for us needing a united front...and one where we do not underestimate the opposition...like we did against Dunfermline's reserves.
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    Ex-ICT players' news

    Iain Vigurs has 89 minutes and 55 seconds to avoid a second yellow - Vinnie Jones he's after your record of three seconds for the fastest booking. Vinnie was also booked after 5 seconds!!
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    Owain Tudor Jones interviews Gary Warren

    Fascinating and humorous.
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    Inverness CT -V- Dunfermline

    'Griffiths said afterwards that referee McLean had told him assistant Alan Muir, stationed behind the goal line just yards away from the incident, had said he saw the ball hitting Meekings' face, an explanation that Collins would accept.'
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    Inverness CT -V- Dunfermline

    Dunfermline played really well and deserved the win once they were awarded the somewhat controversial penalty. They gave senior debuts to 6 or 7 players and filled the team with youth. We wasted a great opportunity to progress given our greater experience. Dunfermline went on to show a greater desire to progress. On that penalty, our bench was very animated making it clear to Muir that there was photographic evidence to show that the tackle was outside the box. - Alan Muir, was the man who missed the Josh Meekings handball against Celtic in the semi final of the Scottish Cup. To be fair to him he looked across at the linesman for guidance before giving the penalty although appeared just yards away from the tackle. Had there been VAR, the tackle was clearly outside the box but Muir made no attempt to actually speak with his assistant despite not being sure himself.
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    Pars IrnBru Preview

    Great sketch of Liam.