SP03


April 2016

No. of Shots

3 11

Shots on Target

0 6

Possession

37% 63%

Fouls Conceded

15 6

Corners Won

5 2

Discipline

 
Goals None

Forrest 40' McGregor 88"

 

Killie Team

Jamie McDonald, Iain Wilson,  Stephen O'Donnell , Steven Smith, (Eamonn Brophy 60'), Greg Taylor, Gordon Greer, Dom Thomas, (Chris Burke 75'), Adam Frizzell, Jordon Jones, Rory McKenzie , Kris Boyd  
Subs Not Used: Cammy Bell, Alan Power, Scott Boyd, Calum Waters, Brad Spencer 

Attendance: 10,069.

Man of the Match Vote

Match Report

Unknown @ Rugby Park

Kilmarnock manager Lee McCulloch has watched his side lose their opening three games (each at Rugby Park) for the first time in 22 years

Comments

Lee McCulloch: “Disappointed that we got beaten, obviously, but I thought that there were a lot of positives. Our shape was good, we looked organised, and it was a wee bit of brilliance from Rogic that opened us up and set up the goal. At the end of the game we went to 4-4-2, we opened up a bit, and they caught us on the break. [I was] delighted with the work rate, and the performance of the players. We are improving. I'm delighted to get Eamonn [Brophy] in, he has scored goals in the league before, he’s familiar with the league, and the club, and is obviously a good player.”

Brendon Rodgers on Kilmarnock manager Lee McCulloch: "I know Lee McCulloch, in terms of results, hasn't started the season the way he wants, but I've been very impressed with him during my time up here, Okay, the scorelines haven't been what he would want, but he's a very forward thinking coach and the longer he's here and the more opportunity he has to work with the players, Kilmarnock will become a very strong side."

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