2018-19 Diary Week 31
It is all about the Killie in the media these days, sadly not much of it is anything we really want to hear about.
The cup replay never really went to plan, our plan that is.
Eamon Brophy gets denied a stonewaller, Sevco run up the park and score.
Daniel Bachmann gets sent off for brushing off a defender, later rescinded of course when it is no use to us, and then we lost Alex Bruce to injury and had to put a midfielder in defence.
Understandably we were then overrun and the joy of the home support manifested itself in sectarian chanting directed at Steve Clarke.
The big man was shaking with anger at the post match presser, quite rightly too, cheated, abused and knowing fine well it would get swept under the carpet as it always does.
The Rangers Football Club officially apologised via Dave King latterly, but their fans just laughed it off and kept it up for their next match.
Come the Saturday we were all looking to get back to football at Livingston, but a decimated team never quite got going and despite hitting the woodwork three times we lost out to a single goal and the three points eluded us again.
Nice to see about twenty Kaiserslautern fans over for a visit and also the new "Now we have a leader" banner making its debut...fantastic support from the fans yet again.
It has been a tough spell and injuries and suspensions have hit really badly, but if this is as bad as it gets, and we are still sitting fourth in the table, then there is nothing to worry about, it has still been a great season and it is not over yet.