Inverness Caley V Ayr 12th Jan

Started by shinglis, January 08, 2019, 13:13:26

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shinglis

No reason if we keep 11 players on the pitch this time, we can't get back to winning ways. 

Will go for the lucky 0-1 away win. 

Note - Seats available on Travel club & Bellrock buses.



MonkeyHeid

Going to be in optimistic mode and predict Super Ayr back to winning way and run out a 2-0 win. 

shinglis

Still seats available on both travel buses if going to the game. 

robinayr

Oh dear Shankland and Smith both out.

Try6Place

Is Geggan fit? Hope whoever plays gives their all.

MaraHenry

Too many injuries and suspensions and am afraid l am predicting a  3-1 win for Inverness...

titus

Think we might just pull a rabbit out of the hat. 2-1 ayr.

Ian Boswell

Shankland, Forrest, Adams, Smith, Kerr and Murdoch all unavailable. It's going to be a tough one! 

mark me3

don't fancy us on this one, a draw would be good but my gut feeling is we will get hammered .

to many injuries for my liking

hope am wrong

Jeff Vader

Bugger. At this rate we'll be out of the playoff spots in a few weeks. Time to dig deep and rediscover our earlier form.


mark me3

clear cut chances for the moff in the 1st half , Moore his usual self
(no threat what so ever).
I am beginning to think teams have worked us out and know how to
stop us.
This result only makes the cup game against Talbot all to important
if we fail to beat them, then I would say we will nose dive down the league
table quicker that we think.

Rant Over

titus

Without 6 first team players.nuff said.re talbot game,all the rubbish has started in the papers.this week it will all be about talbot and potential cup shock.good luck to them and i hope they make a few quid.prediction.4-0 ayr.

ghostofjimmysmith

I'm actually getting a feeling of deja vu as we had a wobble last January as well, but Raith couldn't pull away. 3 points out of 15, and not winning in the league since November is alarming but need to keep some perspective, we have had key players out and we are still only 3 points off the top with a game in hand.

Our last two games have been close and we have not looked well beaten. A few bodies back and I think we will get back to winning ways. Do kind of agree on Craig Moore, looks a good League One striker but misses to many chances at this level.

One thing I did not know until reading it in the Talbot game build up at the weekend, we held on to Mark Shankland's registration until he turned 23 last summer, so as we could get a development fee, thus preventing him from signing for any senior club.

One point that was missed out, if senior clubs were previously clamouring to sign him, and we somehow held him back why is he still playing junior.


TonyH

January 14, 2019, 14:45:11 #14 Last Edit: January 14, 2019, 14:47:30 by TonyH
Quote from: ghostofjimmysmith on January 14, 2019, 10:06:08



One thing I did not know until reading it in the Talbot game build up at the weekend, we held on to Mark Shankland's registration until he turned 23 last summer, so as we could get a development fee, thus preventing him from signing for any senior club.

One point that was missed out, if senior clubs were previously clamouring to sign him, and we somehow held him back why is he still playing junior.



He hasn't even been starting for them, seems to have spent most of this season on the bench.