2018-19 Diary Week 11


I was offered the chance to accompany Director Cathy Jamieson to Dundee on Saturday due to several other people being on holiday, I’ve never accepted a freebie for Rugby Park but I was not going to say no to a ticket to an away match!

It was a strange situation indeed but offered a slightly new perspective on the game and my immediate reaction is…what a fantastic travelling support we have!

I can see how the players and directors really appreciate it.

So Killie, not having to get out of second gear, win again.

Steve Clarke has installed a winning mentality that the players and fans have all bought into.

It was clear that Dundee tried to play the ball away from Tshibola whenever possible and the big man’s frustration led to the incident at the second penalty…not pretty, but to me it shows that everyone is just desperate to play their part.

Jordan Jones has had a few critics this season but unfairly if you ask me.

Think about it this way, he was a stand out in a poor team, now he’s just fitting in with a team who have improved to his level so he doesn’t’ stand out quite as much.

He has not regressed, everyone around him has just got better!

The third Kilmarnock FC Hall of Fame Dinner is this coming Friday (12th October) and tickets are still available.

A table of 10 costs £500 with the event starting at 7pm.

To book for more information please contact – The Killie Shop 01563 545310 or email killieclubshop@justsport-group.com

Thanks to Hippo for filling in last week…teamwork, it’s how we do things at Killie.

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