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KirkieRobRoy last won the day on April 18 2016

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About KirkieRobRoy

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  1. Quite agree about the commentators. Prefer them to the BBC. Could have gone either way and you could argue the league leaders should be winning at home, so celebrate the point.
  2. It's how hard you work and how well you're coached that matters most. The main problem with Arbroath being up there is that nobody at ICT can use the 'Och, we're just a wee team wi a wee budget' getout.
  3. Was at work. Watched it unfold on the BBC website. Went to the game at Cliftonville which I found reassuring. The Rovers fans had great patter and it was great to be reminded of normal people who don't kill.
  4. The League Cup is a competition we should have a chance of going deep into, but this is embarrassing. I say it every year but an unambitious pre-season of mainly doling out beatings to HL teams disnae prepare us for the hard stuff.
  5. Still a bit focused on the might-have-beens to think too much about next season. I think the general improvement - there is one - since McCann took over is indeed a thing to ponder. Whoever takes the team into the new season, let's have a half-decent pre-season with fewer hidings doled out to Highland League teams and a few more interesting and testing match ups. As I say every summer, how about ICT v Kirkie Rob Roy?
  6. Funny watching the game and the summariser turns out to be one of our coaching staff. It's like being the Old Firm.
  7. Two unbeaten finalists in a national cup competition. We'll be part of a pub quiz question for all time, anyway.
  8. Defensively, the record isn't too bad but if you don't score, or can't score, one goal beats you, as tonight. And if there was one thing for certain about the Pele years, whether we played Celtic or Cowdenbeath, win or lose, we didn't often not score.
  9. It is frustrating that we're walking a tightrope where a couple of bad results would put us in deep trouble but a couple of good ones would put us right in the play-off picture. That said, who fancies us in Spiffle Premier play-offs? I was actually quite possitive about the squad at the start of the season, thought there were some good signings in there but that's how much I know.
  10. Cervantes might be beyond our means. You could be tilting at windmills there...
  11. Come back refreshed and rejuvenated, Robbo, and take as long as you need. (But sign our souvenir Hearts tickets before you go...)
  12. Aye, I enjoyed the commentators - was Andy Ritchie the summariser? I came to the game late.
  13. Two games in a row where other results generally ran in our favour and we couldn't capitalise. A bit like all of last season, then.
  14. Letting the Evil Two youth teams in helps the Evil Two and no one else. So at some stage it will probably happen. The whole game in Scotland has been badly run - and run in the interest of the big two - for so long that there was no way it could cope with the disruption of Covid. Whatever you think of English moneybags football (and I loathe it) their authorities were clear about what they wanted to do from the off. The SPFL and SFA are making stuff up as they go along. Every poll of Scottish fans makes it clear we are fed up with playing teams 3/4 times a year. Everydi
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