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Season Dairy - Week 37

Control. Such an important factor in all things football and it seems to be something that we sorely lack.The Trust in Killie initiative launch went well on Friday night. That is about having control of our own future and safeguarding the club for generations to come.On the park, it seems to have gi...


Be The Boss - Davie Morris

This week's "Boss' is Hurlford's own Davie Morris, owner of local company Modway [free advert alert] who specialise in all sorts of PVC decking and joinery work. This poor guy has to sit beside yours truly at every home game and listen to me mump and moan about anything that is going amiss. Now I ge...


Season Diary - Week 36

Well that’s the double header against the Glasgow teams out of the way and I can’t say it’s a bad thing not having to listen to their ‘party tunes’ for a while, seeing as we have now been consigned to the bottom six.Maybe we should find out from the SPFL how they miraculously manage never...


Be The Boss - David Shaw

Hot on the heels of KFCSA Boss James Morrison is our intrepid match reporter David Shaw. Starved of many a victory to report on, this is David's chance to tell it the way he sees it and say who he thinks should make the starting XI.The mission is simple – go to Parkhead; destroy the dreams of 6...


Trust in Killie Launch This Friday!

Killie supporters can help make history next week by backing a campaign to have a fan-elected Director join the board of Kilmarnock FC.‘Trust in Killie’ will be launched at the club’s Good Friday (14/4/17) match against Hearts. Organised by the Kilmarnock Supporters Society (also known as The...


Brownings Say Aye tae KillieFC.com!

Brownings the Bakers have announced a partnership with KillieFC.com which will see them as the main sponsor for the online portal which incorporates the The Kilmarnock Supporters' Society (Killie Trust), The Kilmarnock Football Club Supporters' Association, FC Kilmarnock Ladies, Young Kilmarnock a...


Be The Boss - James Morrison

Not much time for this week's "Boss" as we have a midweek fixture at home to Glasgow's newest team Sevco. KFCSA Chairman James Morrison has volunteered for a short tenure in the hot seat and here's what he has planned...As we approach the final three fixtures before the infamous 'split' it does seem...


Season Diary - Week 35

You should know by now what I always say about a point away from home, so I won’t repeat myself other than to say we should probably be happier about it than Inverness will be.We started well and Boomer did what Boomer does, then Killie did what Killie does, and failed to maintain a lead.As so oft...


The weekend preview

It's Ayrshire Derby weekend as our 23s travel to take on local rivals, Ayr United. This will be the first competitive meeting between the two sides for some time and it should be a cracker.The seniors are also in league action as they welcome Renfrew to Rugby Park. They will be looking to bounce bac...


Be the Boss - Denham Kirkpatrick

We are going for the father v son angle for the second time after the Lyon boys matched up against each other in February. This time Denham Kirkpatrick is following in the footsteps of his offspring, KillieFC.com's match reporter Gary, and is looking to show him how it's done. You'd think that the e...


Season Diary - Week 34

We have a tough few weeks ahead of us with Inverness away, a couple of teams from Glasgow and then Hearts at home on Good Friday.Celtic Park has never been a happy hunting ground for us, but the SPFL title could be theirs by then, which may affect their concentration, and there is no reason we can...


Season Diary - Week 33

For half an hour against the Jags it looked like we were going to give them a real doing, then we just seemed to cave.The players went about their business with a real sense of purpose in the early stages of the game but when nothing came off we started punting high balls to a forlorn Boomer, and yo...


Be The Boss - Iain Sherry

We're keeping it in-house again this week with KFCSA committee member Iain Sherry who does the majority of our interviews for KillieFC TV. If you fancy the opportunity to "Be the Boss" then get in touch HERE and let us know. Over to our current gaffer...This week we are back at Rugby Park to play a...


Season Diary - Week 32

We headed to Dingwall on Saturday without the influential Dicker and McKenzie due to suspensions, so we started with a bit of a makeshift team.That said, Lee did try to replace like for like by drafting in Wilson and Roberts.It was our turn to don the Dick Turpin masks though and send our far-travel...


Be The Boss - Gary Kirkpatrick

This week's "Boss" is none other than our own Gary Kirkpatrick. Yes, we're keeping it in house for this one, that's what he gets for not being available for the Development match report! Gary is a student of all things sport journalism at UWS and works not only with us, but the Kilmarnock Standard a...


Season Diary - Week 31

Lee showed some consistency in not changing his starting line-up this week, and I’m going to show some by reiterating my belief that we should give him until the end of the season and only then make a decision on whether it suits him and suits us.We were slow out of the blocks on Saturday but as s...


Condolences

The Board of the Killie Trust and the Committee of the KFC Supporters Association, on behalf of all Kilmarnock Football Club fans, would like to pass on their sincere condolences to our Company Secretary and former Chairman, Michael Johnston following the sudden and unexpected passing of his wife, J...


Ladies Shaping Up Well !

"Ahead of Sunday's game against Hibs, we caught up with manager, Stewart Hall on how the senior squad is shaping up"Are there any new additions to the senior squad?We have made four new signings so far. Rhona Higgins formerly of Kilwinning and Jillian Campbell who was recently at St Rochs have joine...


Be The Boss - Andrew Partridge

This week's "Boss" is Andrew Partridge whom we don't really know anything about - so we'll let him tell you himself! "I’m a 17 year old secondary school student from Stewarton Academy. I’ve been a season ticket holder at Rugby Park for just under ten years or so and I’m often seen depressed an...


Season Diary - Week 30

Lessons were learned from last week’s narrow defeat and we started the game with what looked to me to be our best XI (minus Kiltie) I have seen all season.Some sublime vision from McKenzie and a great cross from Taylor feeding the Fish saw all three points come home to Ayrshire…but it was a real...


Be The Boss - Ewan Paton

This week's Boss is Ewan Paton (@naearmbands1) who is a multimedia journalism student at Glasgow Caledonian University. You can follow his blog HERE for a series of updates from the sporting world. The job at Rugby Park is still up for grabs...here is Ewan's team selection for St Johnstone away...Fo...


Season Diary - Week 29

Another week, another manager! Farewell Lee Clark and good luck to Lee McCulloch who has taken the job in the interim.It is easy to look back and say that substitutions on Sunday cost us the game, but on paper replacing your injured defensive midfielder with an even better one and bringing a solid c...


Queens hit for six as Ladies march on in the Cup.

Queens Park 0 - 6 KilmarnockToday marked the start of the competitive season for the seniors as they faced Queens Park in the SWPL 1 League Cup.The match was played in perfect spring conditions on Lesser Hampden - a huge pitch and a good surface.Kilmarnock started on the front foot and had several c...


Turn Your Back Protest Postponed

The Committee of KFCSA were shocked and surprised to learn of the sudden departure of Manager Lee Clark from the Club yesterday. We wish Lee well in his new post with Bury FC.In order to avoid any possible off field distractions for Interim Manager Lee McCulloch's first game in charge on Sunday it h...


Be The Boss - Alistair Lyon

Well last week's "Boss" Adam Lyon nearly called it spot on, even the formation change with two up front, which is quite impressive. Not so impressed was his old man who spotted the article getting advertised online and bemoaned the fact that in over 30 years as a Killie fan, no one had ever asked hi...



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