northstandfan

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  1. something i would like to add, is how do we know who at the club has done what, how do we know what person played a part in something, is this still because of a lack of communication with fans? it would be nice to hear when things happen what person helped with it, honestly i don't remember hearing Yvonne's name much (please correct me if i am wrong) but then again we don't hear much at all. I try and keep up to date with things as much as i can but i still feel like some things are being kept from the fans. I feel as though most of the information i hear about the club is from a fan hearing it and putting it on CTO rather than actual communication from the club.
  2. I want the game played at Hampden. we don't get to go there very often and some of our best memories come from there. There could be 500 fans or 50,000 fans there and it wouldn't matte r to me as long as i was there.
  3. personally i think that if we did not have the old firm in the Scottish football pyramid we would become similar to the welsh/Irish leagues and i think most fans would love it. It would be hugely competetive and there would be more chance to win trophies. Granted the finances that teams would have would probably be a lot lower and the quality of football may drop too, but everyone that loves their team would continue to support them and enjoy the competetiveness that this would bring.
  4. i thought that we controlled the game in the first half and for about 25 minutes in the second half aswell with no real threat to us, morton had the better of us in the final 20 minutes or so but never really had a clear cut chance to score. Good win and 3 points on the board.
  5. i thought that Gardyne tore apart Brad Mckay at right back, although he scored yesterday i still think that he is such a liability. Hearts didn't want him, St Johnstone didn't want him, and now we are stuck with him.
  6. it brings back some great memories reading that, i don't think we'll get anywhere near that in the next few years with our current squad but i would happily be proved wrong. i can only hope.
  7. i'm really not sure, i had a quick search but couldn't find anything, it seems as though the squad themself don't even get to see it regularly by the sounds of it.
  8. 20 points clear at the top of the league, incredible http://ictfc.com/index.php/news/club-news/2396-barry-wilson-s-january-youth-update
  9. Just because we have a defensive error does not mean that the team has scored against us, and we have made quite a few. I do think Brad Mckay makes a few too many mistakes for a centre back. I think we are just a bit fortunate that a lot of times the team that we're playing has not capitalised on the mistake that we've made. I do agree with the lack of goals though, we could really do with more contributions from the team overall. For example none of our centre backs have scored from our set pieces, it would be interesting to see how many set pieces we score compared to the other teams and how many goalscorers other teams have in comparison to us.
  10. Really looking forward to the game. It will be great to have the derby back this season and hopefully we can take 3 points back to the right side of the bridge.
  11. after the performance yesterday we should keep the same midfield, having Doran and Walsh on the wing is a huge plus for us, also having the 3 centre midfielders gave us a number of options
  12. Poor result. pretty similar to the Dunfermline game. We started poorly, even when we were 1-0 up we weren't playing particularly well. When we were 2-1 up we still weren't looking comfortable. It when was Calder came on and provided width (similar to the Dunfermline game when Doran came on) that we started to look a lot better. Polworth was moved into a central position and rather than have one wide creative player in Walsh being easily marked we now had 2 wide players on the pitch that allowed us to be a threat down both wings rather than trying to play on one side of the pitch. The second penalty was disappointing, fair play for Donaldson for trying but as others have already said, a striker should be wanting to take penalties and increase their goal tally, are they not hungry for 3 points every game and a golden boot come the end of the season? Disappointing to only have 5 points from our first 3 games when we could have had 9.
  13. i saw that Aiden Chippendale, we had him on loan, has signed for Osset United in England, a club recently formed from 2 clubs merging together