givmeaccccc

05: Full Members
  • Content count

    277
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    6

givmeaccccc last won the day on June 4 2016

givmeaccccc had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

164 Excellent

About givmeaccccc

  • Rank
    First Team Squad

Profile Information

  • Location
    inverness

Contact Methods

  • Website
    http://

Recent Profile Visitors

2,151 profile views
  1. givmeaccccc

    Gary Warren told he can leave

    if we are in so much financial trouble that we are trying to offload just one high earner who has served this club handsomely over the years and is merely working the contract that was put in front of him then we are doomed. Can't have it both ways that we moan when a player leaves for higher wages and then we complain when we are paying what is described as SPL wages. Stick with it Gary the club owes you. If half our squad worked as hard as Gary then we would sail back into the Premier League. Yes nothing lasts forever but what price loyalty.
  2. givmeaccccc

    Caley thistle Board

    GDPR. There is no time to waste for organisations to be ready as it is introduced on May 25 this year 2018. As far as I can gather it has nothing to do with the Brexit date in 2019.
  3. givmeaccccc

    Inverness CT -V- Dumbarton

    Big George outstanding today even although the obvious choices for MOM was either Vigurs or Austin.
  4. givmeaccccc

    Dunfermline -V- Inverness CT

    Couldn't care less to be honest whether Robbo survives or not. Fact is we can't afford to get rid of him so it's immaterial. I think Robbo is too loyal to the likes of Brad McKay who has been shocking for weeks now. With so many games coming up over the next few weeks we will perhaps see what we have in reserve.
  5. givmeaccccc

    Dunfermline -V- Inverness CT

    Pathetic............................My patience is wearing very thin. Of course I'll stick with my team but the enjoyment levels are zero at the moment. Robbo keeps telling us that our under 17's are a very talented bunch, well now's the time to give them a chance, they can't do any worse.
  6. givmeaccccc

    Inverness CT -V- Morton

    I've waited a few hours to calm down. This was a pathetic performance and Morton thoroughly deserved their win. They were so much sharper than us and made us look like rank amateurs. Brad McKay had a stinker but to be fair to him Seedorf provided no cover and was constantly out of position which left him hopelessly exposed. How can Robertson not see this? We are constantly being told that we have a really good under 17 team. NOW is the chance to give 3 or 4 of them a chance before our crowds plummet to less than 1000 each week. I may be wrong but many of the Morton players looked like teenagers, they trust these lads why can't we? I suspect that Robbo is keeping faith with the likes of Brad as he is afraid that they will go off in the huff if dropped. Really pissed off listening to excuses and the way forward from those in charge. Give the boys a chance, better to have tried and failed than never to have tried at all!
  7. givmeaccccc

    David Mackenzie (Potters)

    It is with great sadness that I post the news that my brother in law David 'Potters' Mackenzie passed away last week near his home in Suffolk aged just 59. Potters was a Caley Road boy and a life long Caledonian F.C. fan. Potters embraced the newly merged team and attended games when he returned 'home' on holidays or breaks. He couldn't wait to get into the Caley Club before games and chew the fat with all his old mates in Inverness. Such was his love for Caley that he had a 'Caledonian F.C. tattoo on his wrist. There will be a Memorial service for Potters on Saturday 10th February at Chisholm's, more details in the Courier at a later date, his family would love to see as many of Potter's mates as possible if you are able to attend.
  8. Given what we read above, nobody could deny that Tulloch have by and large been a lifesaver for ICT. Strikes me that the past Boards though have been guilty of secrecy which has raised the anti Tullochs feeling that existed amongst many fans. When you couple this with the fact that many of the decision makers have links to Tullochs then there was always going to be conspiracy theories. There should have been much more transparency especially to the shareholders. Good on Messrs Savage and McGillivrays for flushing the detail out. Now let's all move on for the common good of the Club.
  9. givmeaccccc

    Inverness CT -V- St Mirren

    Like many others I don't like complaining about refs but that bloke today was mince. St Mirren to be fair were really up for the scrap as we were. We badly need a big ugly mobile target up front as Baird is lost there on his own. I thought Vigurs was MOM and how their keeper stayed on beggars belief. The problem with Vigurs is that he is an easy target If I was an opposing manager I would simply tell my players to get right in about his face and he will react, It's not impossible for us to get a top 4 place yet but we need a few wins on the bounce starting Tuesday, I hope the game is on.
  10. givmeaccccc

    Inverness CT -V- Dunfermline

    Agree totally with CaleyD. Baird led the line well today, he is a menace and I would love to see him knock a couple of goals in.
  11. givmeaccccc

    Player of the Year - QOS

    I want to give points to Daniel MacKay but he isn't on the list?
  12. givmeaccccc

    Raven not again

    I would test David by offering him a contract extension but on terms more in line with what the new squad members are being paid. Interesting to see how committed he would be to the club and area. It could be a win win for both player and club.
  13. givmeaccccc

    Inverness CT -V- QOS

    One of the worst games I have ever witnessed. Did we have a shot on target, I don't think so. Oakley and Baird simply do not work together as a strike force, they are totally unaware of each other's positioning. After a couple of months playing and training together they would surely have built up a good working relationship, if they had any ability at all. I see at least half a team who do not want to be in Inverness or at least that is the way it looks from the stands. I could only exempt OFW, Bell and Donaldson from criticism today, the rest clueless, gutless, average and just not interested. The alarm bells must be screaming in the Boardroom as we are heading for a second relegation if this continues.
  14. givmeaccccc

    Hospice shares

    Now some good news at last. With Alan Savage, Dougie and Ian McGillivray buying a large chunk of shares it looks like we could be about to turn the corner. Dougie was one of the instrumental people during the formation of our club and is a football man through and through. Throughout the years that Dougie has been in exile Ian has kept up the family link with the club, regularly attending our games. Alan Savage is also a well known football fan, his only fault apparently is that he is a Man U fan! I am sure that these men have not just purchased shares to lock them in their bed side cabinets. Really looking forward to these gents influencing the future of ICT.
  15. givmeaccccc

    Dunfermline -V- Inverness CT

    Our club is in free fall and embarrassing , I am bricking it at the thought of going into work on Monday as I can imagine the abuse I am going to get. Shame on you ICT, professional players indeed.