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Billy Dodds blasts 'embarrassing' SPFL over Inverness loan recall rejection that's risking players' health

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Billy Dodds has branded the SPFL's refusal to allow his side to recall on-loan players "embarrassing" after the Inverness Caledonian Thistle boss was forced to field players who shouldn't have played as he continues to deal with a lengthy injury list in the Highlands.

Inverness made a special dispensation plea earlier this week to help ease concerns and ensure Dodds wouldn't be faced with asking inexperienced youngsters or crocked stars to feature in their Scottish Championship clash with Ayr on Saturday.

But Dodds wish was rejected by the league's governing body which he deems is now a detriment to the physical and mental health of the school boys he is having to draft in.

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