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Ridgers: Partick struggles comparable with ICT


By Andrew Henderson


Mark Ridgers says ICT have to go to Partick and do a job tomorrow. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Mark Ridgers says ICT have to go to Partick and do a job tomorrow. Picture: Ken Macpherson

Inverness Caledonian Thistle goalkeeper Mark Ridgers can see similarities between their season last year and Partick Thistle’s current campaign, but he also knows that Inverness will be going to Firhill to do a job tomorrow night.

Partick had been on a strong resurgence from January that saw them win five in a row in all competitions.

That came after a poor start to the season and a big turnover of players, two things that defined Caley Thistle early in the early part of last season too.

“I think when they first came down it was a bit like ourselves last year, they struggled really,” Ridgers said.

“They couldn’t get going, they brought some players in and some players left, and then obviously they changed their manager and it was a slow start again.

“But come January, Gary Caldwell has been able to bring in his own players.

“They brought in plenty of players who know what the manager is looking for, and they’ve had a couple of good results in the league."

Read more in today's Highland News.



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