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Pars Preview........ Weather Permitting??? 👀 ☃️❄️brrrrrr



This game can be streamed on a PPV basis live from ICTFC for a mere £10. Season ticket holders will have access to the game as part of their season ticket deal.

Covid restrictions mean that there will be no fans in attendance, not even George Galloway!



Cup No.pngRemember, Scottish cup draw tonight so look out for ball 27, that's us, ball 27, twenty-seven.

Lucky 27, would a wee cup run do us any harm or is it a write-off this season?

Hampden here we come?

Ball 8 -V- Ball 27.

Good draw predicted by Gringo.


Have a good one and let's hope next year is a better one.



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6 hours ago, Caley Stan said:


Hope you're as good as me at making predictions CS :boogie:

One thing is for sure, we need to start winning games if we've any chance of making the play offs. Bounce back from that awful result in Alloa and start to pick up the pace. 

A 6.30pm k.o should allow plenty of time for the pitch to thaw out.........and freeze up again.:ponder:

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On this day 18 years ago, John Robertson took charge of his first match as Manager of ICTFC.

It was a 4-1 win away at St Mirren on 28th December 2002

Here's the match report from our archives: Love Street, Paisley,  Attendance 3053, Ref S Conroy. Report by Ian Broadfoot

An excellent start to John Robertson's managerial career amidst major media hype.  St Mirren were a poor, dispirited side but Caley Thistle played good football and took their chances well.  Ludo Roy had a busy afternoon and he delayed the opening goal with good diving saves from Charlie Christie and Paul Ritchie.  He was beaten in the 14th minute after a neat move which started with a short Barry Robson corner to Christie.  He fired goalwards and Dennis Wyness flicked it past Roy from close range.  Mark Brown had a quiet time in the other goal but he did make some important saves, including an 18th minute parry from a Graham Guy 25 yard free kick.  Goal number two came in 24 minutes following an inswinging Robson corner which caused confusion in Roy's goal.  It came out to Ross Tokely who hammered home from the penalty spot.  The pressure continued and Bobby Mann was unlucky when his header came off the post following a Robson corner in 27 minutes.  Just after the half hour mark Graeme Stewart celebrated his first start of the season with a fine goal.  Wyness was the provider when he drew the defence on the left and slipped it to Stewart on the right side of the box, he switched it to his left foot and drove low into the net.  It could easily have been four or five by half time.  A Robson corner was scrambled away by Roy in 34 minutes with the aid of a post then three minutes later Christie took a Paul Ritchie lob in the box and hit it over the bar as Roy advanced.  Brown did well in 40 minutes to save from Mendes with his legs then Roy did the same at the other end to foil Ritchie.  In 51 minutes Ritchie's hard work paid off when he outpaced the defence down the right and sent a low angled ball past Roy at the near post.  Roy then kept the score down with good saves from Ritchie and Wyness.  Play became scrappy as the visitors sat on their lead and Saints continued to create little.  They did gain a consolation four minutes from time when Martin Cameron scored with an angled near-post header after a Ricky Gillies cross.  This did nothing to placate the home fans but the small band from Inverness went home happy.  Falkirk won 5-0 but ICT remain top on goal difference.

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Welsh, Vincent and Doran starting tonight. MacGregor and Kennedy drop to the bench. Keatings not in squad: injured?

Not sure what the formation will be: 4-3-2-1?


Mckay Devine Deas Harper

Allardice Welsh Vincent

Sutherland Doran


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Inverness CT: 0

  • Lineup:  Ridgers; B Mckay, Deas, Devine, Harper, Doran, Welsh, Allardice, Vincent, Sutherland, Storey
  • Subs (not used):  C Mackay, Duffy, Todorov, Carson, MacGregor, D Mackay, Kennedy

Dunfermline Ath: 0

  • Lineup:  Fon Williams; Comrie, Mayo, Watson, E Murray, Edwards, Wilson, McInroy, McCann, Turner, O'Hara
  • Subs (not used): Gill; Whittaker, Thomas, Berry, F Murray, McManus, Dow
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