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  1. 5 points
    The club have missed a trick here. The semi final kicks off at 7 so if you go to the friendly, you'll see really none of it. Why didn't the club arrange the game for a 1730/1800 kick off and then open up the bar and the hospitality suits after the game so folk can go in and watch it? If they put food on as well or some type of offer, they could do quite well.
  2. 3 points
    Nobody cares about the World Cup - especially since Scotland aren't there.
  3. 1 point
    Perhaps the players could have a good "training" work out against a "bigger" team - and perhaps somebody could "save" the WC Semi and enjoy thereafter. I bet that at the price there will be a fair Dons support plus a load of Sneckie kids. Perhaps a gamble BUT I would rather watch ICT than the World Cup. WE AINT FECKIN THERE !!
  4. 1 point
    Clever move by McInnes, arrange a friendly to weigh up which ICT players to sign next.
  5. 0 points
    Whether a game against Premiership opposition is necessary or not is, of course, down to the management, What surely is not necessary is to choose to play it at a time when a World Cup Semi Final is live on TV. It is in that sense that I am referring to this as a totally unnecessary bit of work.
  6. 0 points
    too bad. they are paid to do a job of work just like anyone else. do you think employers would give their staff time off to watch the world cup?
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