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13 hours ago, CLANCY2KTID said:

Station lockers aren't expensive. We used to buy enough drink for both there and back and use the lockers to stash the home leg's cargo whilst at the game. 

The way your team performs you would need a  40ft container  to hold enough booze to drown yer sorrows.

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23 hours ago, FFCinthearea said:

We're travelling up for the match on Saturday but are booked on the 1730 train, which poses a slight challenge regarding carry out procurement!   From memory there's an M&S garage on Longman Road, do you know if this sells booze?  

You are very welcome to use the stadium bar as long as you have a game ticket.

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9 minutes ago, SandyCromarty said:

You are very welcome to use the stadium bar as long as you have a game ticket.

The beer is shite though

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The club Twitter account is a joke, I don't know anyone who doesn't think so.


Agree completely, except for the fact that jokes can be funny. Our Twitter feed is so toe-curlingly bad that you couldn't even put it down to some weird Alan Partridge tribute act

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39 minutes ago, Jarballs said:

 


Agree completely, except for the fact that jokes can be funny. Our Twitter feed is so toe-curlingly bad that you couldn't even put it down to some weird Alan Partridge tribute act

 

We have a number of fans with journalism degrees and other expertise but have found the media team very resistant to any new involvement.  In fact, I know of fans who've offered to do the club Twitter when none of the media team were going and thus the club would be tweeting no updates from that game.  They found that the media side to the club was very much an old boys network for them and them alone.

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We have a number of fans with journalism degrees and other expertise but have found the media team very resistant to any new involvement.  In fact, I know of fans who've offered to do the club Twitter when none of the media team were going and thus the club would be tweeting no updates from that game.  They found that the media side to the club was very much an old boys network for them and them alone.

Aye, had heard the same. Inverness has always been "it's not what you know but who you know" in many walks of life for as long as I can remember sadly. Sums up our board especially

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2 hours ago, Highland Capital said:

We have a number of fans with journalism degrees and other expertise but have found the media team very resistant to any new involvement.  In fact, I know of fans who've offered to do the club Twitter when none of the media team were going and thus the club would be tweeting no updates from that game.  They found that the media side to the club was very much an old boys network for them and them alone.

I think I remember the self same volunteer or two, ripping into the team to such an extent on online platforms that I would feel that the risk of letting them anywhere near official channels would present an unacceptable risk.

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12 hours ago, Rugster said:

The beer is shite though

In which case, i shudder to think about the task involved in cleaning the pipes.

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On 12/5/2017 at 09:04, Rugster said:

The beer is shite though

What a feckin cheek from a dungwallian where the height of sophistication is a suck of their auntie's paps.

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On 12/5/2017 at 09:04, Rugster said:

The beer is shite though

I hear we could be serving some so-called famous Mexican beer called Changa at the ground very soon.

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Jake Mulreany being strongly linked with Hearts.

He’s obviously talented but he’s only really been playing to his potential for the past two months.

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1 hour ago, ICTChris said:

Jake Mulreany being strongly linked with Hearts.

He’s obviously talented but he’s only really been playing to his potential for the past two months.

If that is the case then hopefully some much needed cash will be handy plus if it does happen then Cooper will be retained.

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Article in yesterdays Courier from Tulloch, the stadium leaseholders, absolutely refuting what S & M had to say last week on the surreptitious movement of assets from the ICT Charitable Trust  back to Tulloch.

Tulloch remind us that they spirited away the £2 million debt in 2002 and in fact they are real and trusted benefactors of ICT, or honey words to that effect.

They clearly state that the car parks and stadium fabric is to stay as is and they are in the process of gifting three stands to the club which in my mind indicates that Tulloch do control those assets, they remind us that the ground on which the stadium is built is owned by the Inverness Common Good Fund.

They end by saying that any development in the area is years away., which indicates they have major development in mind and "years away" could mean 2019.

Honey words indeed and the cheques in the post, honest.

 

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Wonder if there's a way we could retain Mulraney yet punt them Cooper.  He is abysmal.

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On ‎09‎/‎12‎/‎2017 at 07:37, ICTChris said:

Jake Mulreany being strongly linked with Hearts.

He’s obviously talented but he’s only really been playing to his potential for the past two months.

Folk on Jambos Kickback are saying Mulraney has been training with Hearts? Possibly following a fall-out with Robbo?

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2 hours ago, paranoid android said:

Folk on Jambos Kickback are saying Mulraney has been training with Hearts? Possibly following a fall-out with Robbo?

Robbo recommended him to you guys according to the EEN. He was pretty anonymous for most of last season but I think we can write most of that off down to Foran and his mad tactical decisions. He is absolutely rapid but for a winger his final ball is really poor, he barely sets up goals and hasn't scored for us either as far as I am aware. That said, in recent games he has actually started to look like a decent player. Against Falkirk he tore them apart in the second half and his upturn in form conicided with our good run of form as well. He does have a tendency to throw himself to the ground to try and win a free kick.

I'm not sure how I'd feel about him leaving. Frustrated that we haven't really seen him at his best for pretty much the majority of his time here as there is definitely a player in there somewhere. That said, because of the fact that we have barely seen him have a good game save for the last 3 or 4 matches I wouldn't be too fussed if he did leave. He'd have to improve massively to do well at Hearts.

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Good news this:

 

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2 hours ago, RiG said:

Good news this:

 

Excellent news, apart from a poor game at Dumbarton Coll has  improved in every game since and he links well with Mackay.

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