Alan Pattullo: Great Highlands ticket rush showing no signs of abating as “Rudolf Skacel” gets involved
Inverness manager John Robertson has signed souvenir tickets for a “Rudolf Skacel” from Loanhead and a “Jesus Christ” of HMP Edinburgh – otherwise known as Saughton Prison. Around £85,000 has been raised to date – the vast majority by Hearts fans - to help the current plight of Inverness, who haven’t played at home since December.
Discussions are now underway between the clubs regarding whether the large Hearts “Blood doesn’t show on a maroon jersey” banner can be couriered to the Caledonian stadium for the occasion.
Another idea that has been mooted is both sets of players taking part in a minute’s applause towards the empty away end before kick-off. Scottish football, eh?
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