Inverness 24 h On

Last updated : 11 September 2005 By Firparkcorner

Skippy had another smashing game. He was on his own for long spells and, to use Brewster’s description, he “terrorised” the ICT defence. At other times he combined well with Hamilton. We can only hope that the club have him well insured!

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The small travelling support got their first look at Brian McLean. This tall central defender replaced Paul Quinn and was asked to play at the right back position. We were playing well while he was on the field and as a result we saw little of his defensive capabilities but his cross to the back post to set up Kinniburgh’s winning header was enough to gain more than pass marks. Pity he is lumbered with a squad number of forty seven.

Jim Paterson did well when he replaced Foran for the last twenty minutes and it looks like he should be on from the start next week.

A generous word about Brewster would not go amiss. The player manager had an excellent game. Not only did he get the opener but his contribution to ICT’s attacking play was central to their first half dominance. He was generous in his praise of our second half performance and made particular mention of the threat posed by McDonald.

Three of our next four league games are at Fir Park and if we can make the best of the home advantage we could be well established in the top six by the start of October. We still have half a team in the treatment room (Marshall, Corrigan, McBride, McCormack, Leitch and Fagan) and if we can keep in touch with the top half until the full squad is available then we can have every hope of another high finish.