2018-19 Diary Week 15


Well that answers the question of what happens when we score first!

You win some, and every so often you actually lose some as well…and more often than not it is at home to Aberdeen.

Frustration is the key word this week as we hammered the sheep and yet still came away with nothing for our efforts.

Kris Boyd stroked home #135 from the penalty spot and celebrated with some aplomb, but despite almost total dominance we conceded from a deflected effort and a free kick at the death which Jamie MacDonald will not be best pleased at.

We were robbed.

That said, I feel that Steve Clarke (whisper it) was a bit too slow in making substitutions.

Our lone striker was tiring and Aaron Tshibola went off the boil in the second half, both could have been replaced earlier in my opinion.

Would that have made a difference, who knows?

Also worth mentioning this week…Stuart Findlay’s solid performance…the decent support from the Dons putting Hamilton to even further shame…the fantastic contributions from the Killie fans to the FoodBank...a well fought point from Ibrox.

And don’t forget to get your free tickets to the Trust’s Rail Seat Presentation and a chat with Trust and Club Director Cathy Jamieson at the Park Suite this Thursday.


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