Caley Mad In Berks

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About Caley Mad In Berks

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  • Birthday 06/14/1941

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    Golf, cricket and most sports. Collector of old (pre 1965) Wisden almanacs.

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  1. Caley Mad In Berks

    Game 02 - Cowdenbeath (A) 17th July

    H/T 0-1 F/T 0-2 ICT Tremarco Cowdenbeath Renton Crowd 400
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    Ex ICT Players Score

    Competitive? Wasn't it a friendly?
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    Game 01 - Cove Rangers (H) 14th July

    H/T 2-0 F/T 4-1 ICT Polworth Cove Park Crowd 1767
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    Liam Polworth

    Polworth took a lot of stick last season from quite a few posters on here, not all of it justified imo, yet he still ended up with the best 'assist' record in the league. Let's try and get behind him a bit more this year and see what he can do with encouragement rather than negativity.
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    Who would you like to see at ICT next season?

    As they say, "There's no 'full' like an old 'full'. Don't take offence, I'm only 'fulling' around.😊
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    Who would you like to see at ICT next season?

    A fair point you make. There does seem to be some inconsistency in the moderating in this instance when only one person is taken to task for 'personal' insults.
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    New Board Member

    Maybe it should have said "are demented"😊
  8. Caley Mad In Berks

    Who wants Gary Warren to stay?

    Must say I would have expected a statement on the club website thanking Gary for his loyalty to us over the past seven seasons. Our best ever signing in my opinion. For him to just go without even a mention seems a poor way to treat our club captain. I did think he might have had a chance of Rice's job, but apparently not. Good luck to him wherever he ends up. Top man.
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    Scottish cricketers 'robbed'

    Yes, an absolutely outstanding performance from Scotland, and richly deserved. One to tell the grandchildren about.
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    Ex ICT Players Score

    Callum Ferguson scored two more goals last night (7 Jun) for Cascadia in the CONIFA World Cup.
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    Ex-ICT players' news

    And he scored his first goal for them last night, 3 Jun.
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    Ex-ICT players' news

    Graeme Shinnie also played, for the full 90 minutes I think.
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    Who would you like to see at ICT next season?

    His overseas experience didn't amount to much. He got fairly little match time whilst he was there, and even that was mostly as sub. Although I quite liked Nick, I can't see him improving our sqaud greatly.
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    Gary Warren told he can leave

    I have always liked Warren. In my opinion he has been the best signing the club made in the last decade or so. My reading of the report indicates to me that the club is treating him entirely fairly. Whatever transpires I wish him all the best for the future. Top man.
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    Yvonne Crook - New Chief Executive

    I wish her well, and we now seem to be very adequately covered at 'the top end' business wise which I hope will provide long term stability. I'm assuming we are sorted on the football management side too, although I'm not sure how long Brian Rice's contract is for. So, maybe just the playing side to be firmed up on, with one or two suitable new signings, or loanees, and we should be well prepared for the new season, and be able to have a concentrated crack at promotion right from the start. I feel a lot more confident about 2018/19 than I did a year ago. If we can keep the momentum going which we discovered in the last third of last season, there is no reason why we shouldn't do well, despite the Championship now being considerably stronger than it was in 2017/18. Onwards and upwards