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So Brad McKay is off to join Falkirk after 5 yrs at ICT. I nerver really saw him play much, but anytime i did, i wasnt that impressed. Will he be a big miss?

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He always seemed to do OK in games I saw, but I think he had a very poor run last year? I don't think he let us down too much this season, did he?

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He had a good season. Played well at right-back for a spell earlier in the season and very well at centre-half under McCann.

Never a fans favourite, more due to costly mistakes than overall performance level.

Good luck to him at Falkirk. 

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With Devine and Deas our first choice pairing. his move is not a surprise, but he gave us good cover at the back and played a surprising number of games last season.

I’d have been happy if he’d stayed.

Yes, he made some mistakes, but got more stick than he deserved.

He weighed in with a few goals in his time, although he was always one tackle away from a booking!

I wish him well unless Falkirk get promoted or we draw them in a cup!

With Toshney leaving too, we need to find a decent centre half to bolster our squad and give Fyffe and Nicolson more time to develop. If McHattie stays, he can provide cover, but we would still be light on defenders.


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Never a lack of commitment from Brad for ICT

Will kind of miss him, but he was prone to a mistake quite often. 

Also a bit rash at times, just like his red card against Dundee. Whether he deserved it or not, I'm not sure. But when your team are down to 10 men and in a promotion chase you have to keep the head. 

Anyway, not a bad chap at all.

Thanks Brad and good luck at Falkirk. 

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