THERE are some misperceptions about Inverness Caledonian Thistle which endure.
It has been easy to assume that the club will spend this season toiling at the bottom of the SPL and perhaps even easier to get away with it – the Highlands are seen to be too far off for anyone to make a big fuss about it. And yet such an assertion seems a little disingenuous given their first two league outings this season. Two draws against St Mirren and Kilmarnock, clubs that also occupied the bottom six of the SPL last term, do not smack of a marked improvement but the indications have been more subtle.
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