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3 hours ago, ICTPAISLEY said:

The whole of Europe going into lockdown and we could be looking at risking lives for no financial gain. I think it’s still too soon for this, it also gives an unfair psychological advantage to the Highland teams over the rest of the league. 

300 people socially distanced in a stadium with strict protocols is a lot safer than mixing in pubs and other indoor spaces. 

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Maybe if you did my job youd not feel its ridiculous? Its for the good of the many. Imagine trying to stop folk getting sick....    

Me me me eh? 

Perhaps an opt-in would have been/be beneficial, thereby removing all who do not wish to attend in current circumstances - those left can all go into the ballot and after being picked are removed from

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40 minutes ago, Robert said:

300 people socially distanced in a stadium with strict protocols is a lot safer than mixing in pubs and other indoor spaces. 

And if the boot was on the other foot with the big teams in the central belt they would not be complaining!

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19 hours ago, ICTPAISLEY said:

The whole of Europe going into lockdown and we could be looking at risking lives for no financial gain. I think it’s still too soon for this, it also gives an unfair psychological advantage to the Highland teams over the rest of the league. 

Disagree on this a little. Its all about balance and looking at returning to normality in a controlled way. These small numbers emphasis spacing, masks and tracing and this will be the only controlled way forward until vaccination. 

So I feel its a positive step and ill give up my sinhle season ticket seat to allow two from a family to go.

 

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The success of the Pfizer vaccine trials and promising data from the stage 3 trials of the Oxford vaccine means that, with a fair wind, both of these and possibly more could be widely available by late Spring.

Imagine if all you had to do was to show your vaccination certificate to join thousands of other ICT fans in both Inverness and Dingwall to watch us beat County in both legs of the promotion play off final.

Now, that is a warm thought to see us through a cold and difficult Winter.

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4 minutes ago, Kingsmills said:

On the subject of a mature age profile, the name Pfizer seems to ring a bell. I can't think why !

If you can't remember what it's for, it must be Aricept you are on.  It's Pfizer's drug for Alzheimer's disease!

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12 hours ago, Kingsmills said:

On the subject of a mature age profile, the name Pfizer seems to ring a bell. I can't think why !

I think it’s a soft drink from the 70s.

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16 hours ago, DoofersDad said:

If you can't remember what it's for, it must be Aricept you are on.  It's Pfizer's drug for Alzheimer's disease!

Maybe you don't want to remember what the wee blue pill is for...

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7 minutes ago, MorayJaggie said:

I have to admit pretty dire they had to re advertise to sell 300 tickets 

They are pretty dire 😂 uncle Roy might have to give them away free!

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5 hours ago, Fraz said:

I've just read the bulletin from the club and the FAQs. There is no mention about when the ballot will take place. Those who are successful are to be notified by e-mail. Let's hope that works for all involved.

Parking at the stadium confined to South/away cp only. The North one is still full of building materials. No refreshments available and only paper cups allowed if you're taking your own drink.

 

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17 hours ago, Row S said:

I've just read the bulletin from the club and the FAQs. There is no mention about when the ballot will take place. Those who are successful are to be notified by e-mail. Let's hope that works for all involved.

Parking at the stadium confined to South/away cp only. The North one is still full of building materials. No refreshments available and only paper cups allowed if you're taking your own drink.

 

Being ICT I'm sure we'll be informed by smoke signals at least 5 minutes before kick off. 

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On 11/14/2020 at 5:32 PM, Fraz said:

Being ICT I'm sure we'll be informed by smoke signals at least 5 minutes before kick off. 

The lack of clarity may be frustrating but this is still a very welcome step in the right direction.

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