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PauloPerth

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  1. The song is about an Invernesian store keeper. It's obvious he was the guid hoanest loddie I was talking about ffs..
  2. Aye, Inverness fans surprised about our lack of scoring prowess haven’t been paying attention. That 9 league goals in our 19 home games we scored last season mentioned above is said to be the lowest home goals total in the history of Scottish football by anyone. Winning two cups covered a few issues. Strange season. Whereas this one has just been dugshite. We are the perfect team for, let’s be honest, a brutally untalented Inverness team to be facing. You have a great chance of going up.
  3. Absolutely should be going out to win this one. Said it previously, but letting it all boil down to a one off 90 minute ‘cup tie’ leaves us open to a loss from a poor decision, defensive mistake, player being sent off etc. I’m not sure we will, but we have to be playing high tempo looking for the win tonight.
  4. Yes I’d probably take Anderson as well to be honest.
  5. To be fair to them, they're not the ones doing that. When did caley pick up all the roasters? They never used to be like this. What happened to the guid honest inversnecky laddies like this loon.. He'd be far better crack than the rest of you.
  6. Was when we were chasing the game as I think we went 1 down. Booth played part of the game I thought; maybe came on for Tanser? The young striker came on and had a part in our winner, can’t remember seeing him play again for us and he’s been released since.
  7. Yes, and we switched to a back 4 during the match with Danny Mac pushed into midfield.
  8. Rooney played right back for over half a game at Kilmarnock on one of the rare occasions we went to 4 at the back. The 2-1, MOH last minute winner match.
  9. To be fair the manager wasn’t the only one who wrote him off.
  10. If we manage to stay up, and Callum Hendry still ends up at Kilmarnock, I think that might be the straw that fucks the camels ass for me.
  11. That’s just wasteful language. I mean, surely “universal” does suggest it was fairly widespread?! I suppose the more emphatic words he throws at it, the more he emphasises his point!
  12. “Astonished” ”incredible red card” “universal condemnation” ”once again made to suffer in our efforts to gain promotion”
  13. If we do manage to stay up, I wouldn't have minded us bringing in Jason Holt from Livi, if he was out of contract. Keeps the ball, reliable, will battle for the cause. Not spectacular but always looks a 6 or 7/10 player when we play them. He was coming onto a game with us when the season ended and he left. I also think Sweeny at Dundee is worth a look. Big, aggressive defender who give a goal threat at set pieces, which we have really lacked this season. As for forwards, that we're badly in need of, there's not many in our price range in this league that I can think of.
  14. I was lucky and got a blue sky day, was sweltering hot. The sea view all round from the ridge are superb. Enjoy!
  15. Was thinking there’s no real need for the second leg to be all ticket (ot the first for that matter), but I suppose it guarantees a certain income if the tie is dead either way after the first leg.
  16. I remember it. Sadly those days of diddies being able to do anything worthwhile in Europe are long gone due to the formats and cash.
  17. The Rum Cuillin are brilliant. It was a hell of a long day when I went about 15 years ago, and never saw another soul all day. Hopefully not too busy these days now the crowds have discovered Scotland's wilder places during the pandemic.
  18. Middleton has looked really lively the last 3 games, has to be him with Hendry. My hope is we do something we've been very poor at recently, and take the game to Inverness from the first whistle. We've been far too passive at the start of matches and allowed teams to settle into their game easily.
  19. Aye, no offence to Killie, but if Hendry does leave, which looks probable, he’ll be moving to far better than Kilmarnock.
  20. This is where I am. I first noticed him in a 0-0 draw at McD in December 2019, just before he turned 21. He was the stand out player on the park in a fairly uneventful match, and seemed to be getting great reviews. I thought this must have been where Davidson noticed him, but I don’t think the timeline fits as CD would have been coaching down south by then. When we signed him I thought fair enough, obviously feel we can get him back on track to realise his potential. But he doesn’t have the mentality for that to happen. He’s desperately trying to recapture some kind of star player/ wonder kid status and trying ridiculous superstar stuff far too often. We actually got to see him for a few months before spending the cash in January! If you are a stand out creative player or goal threat like Scott Allan in his prime, or even a Swanson, teams can carry you, but he’s neither of those. He really needs to reinvent himself as a player. Just be reliable as a CM at this level, do the simple things well all the time. McCann is the greatest example of how effective that can be. I hope he proves us all wrong and turns his form completely around. Needs a massive change of mindset and approach from him though. This is it in a nutshell. This was the match, I actually thought it was much earlier, but apparently only 2.5 years ago. He got motm: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/50791603
  21. Great work @RossBFaeDundee (by you, not by the predictors!)
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