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Ryan Christie scored for Scotland last night a good penalty and was man of the match but it wasn't enough to win the game.

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Although during 2018 I didn't bother posting on a daily basis as goals were scored, I did update my  spreadsheets of ex ICT goalscorers every two or three weeks.  I found 74 goalscorers finding the ne

I’ve tallied up the totals for 2016. By my reckoning, we had 67 exICT scorers, compiling  416 goals as follows :- 26 goals                S Sutherland (Peterhead,9/Elgin,17) 25 goals   

Again, during 2019, I kept my spreadsheets of ex ICT goal scorers going (perhaps not quite as carefully as I once did!).  Nevertheless, I found 74 scores achieving 450 goals amongst them.  The stand o

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Another international penalty for Christie tonight. That said, the penalty should not have been awarded. Another uninspiring performance so far. 

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Dean Ebbe  scored and had an assist for TNS in the Europa League last night, but was one of two who then missed penalties in the shoot out as they went out in the Faroes. If he’d scored his they’d have gone through. 

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I notice Jason Oswell is now at AFC Telford, and scored his debut goal for them last night (6 Oct).  Also scoring last night were Scott Boden, for Chesterfield, and Dean Ebbe with another couple for The New Saints.

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Charlie Trafford scores for Hamilton today,  with Alex Fisher getting a rare goal for Exeter. He was a late sub and got their equaliser. 

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Ryan Christie scored from the spot in Celtic’s 3-3 draw with Aberdeen. I watched it from about the 40th minute and saw all the goals in what was a pretty good game. Marley Watkins played a great pass that resulted in the penalty that Aberdeen opened the scoring with just before half time. 

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4 hours ago, Robert said:

Ryan Christie scored from the spot in Celtic’s 3-3 draw with Aberdeen. I watched it from about the 40th minute and saw all the goals in what was a pretty good game. Marley Watkins played a great pass that resulted in the penalty that Aberdeen opened the scoring with just before half time. 

I noted that the managers had a much different view of the referee's performance :lol:

Aberdeen Manager Derek Mcinnes said "The penalty decisions, the referee got them all right. Big decisions he got right."

And Celtic Manager Neil Lennon said  "I'll need to see the penalties again. I thought the referee had a very poor game - decision-making, being influenced by his assistants and some of the decisions were baffling I thought he was poor for a referee of his level."

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Two of our favourite ex captains scored yesterday (31Oct) :

Graeme Shinnie, for Derby and Gary Warren with his first goal for Torquay, who are riding high at the top of the National League.

Also, Rory McAllister scored for Cove, also top of their league, SL2.

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Ryan Christie scores a cracker for Celtic against Aberdeen  which they won 2 nil and now through to the final against Hearts of last season's Scottish Cup.

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Stuart Armstrong scores for Southampton tonight as they moved to the top of the English Premiership, at least until Sunday. 

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David Raven scored one of Marine FC's penalties in a penalty shoot-out, beating  division 2 Colchester in today's F.A.Cup tie, after drawing 1-1 after extra time.

In Scotland Rory McAllister scored for Cove and Jamie Wilson scored for Dumbarton

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Great goal from Ryan Christie to put Scotland ahead in Serbia. Can we hold on for the next 37 minutes?

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Great goal from Ryan Christie to put Scotland ahead in Serbia. Can we hold on for the next 37 minutes?

Darn, you beat me to it. We dont normally get Scotland games on the telly here but we had the Israel game and now this one ... very cultured goal by Ryan. Now c'mon Scotland.

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57 minutes ago, Scotty said:

Darn, you beat me to it. We dont normally get Scotland games on the telly here but we had the Israel game and now this one ... very cultured goal by Ryan. Now c'mon Scotland.

Sorry Scotty. 

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