2017 KillieFC.com Home Page Archive
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2017-18 KillieFC.com Home Page Archive ...
May 22nd 2018: KFCSA’s Iain Sherry talks to the man who had the hardest shot in Scottish football…George Maxwell
Last call for the Killie Masters tomorrow. We have space left for one three person team and several individual spaces to make up team numbers, so if you have the day off and fancy a fun day out at Ballochmyle, call Jim Thomson and let him know. MORE DETAILS
Watch the one and only David Sneddon interviewed at the Killie Ball 2005 by Gordon Smith. The volume is not great so apologies for that HERE
May 14th 2018: Now we have a leader... His name is Stevie Clarke
Added Ross Mackenzies match images for the draw at Celtic Park and the home win over Hearts. Massive thanks to Ross for supplying us with his impressive photo catalogue of the games this season, much appreciated by Killie fans the world over who are members of the site.
May 13th 2018: Everyone @ KillieFC.com would like to congratulate Kilmarnock Football Club for achieving their best point total for the Scottish Premiership era. Killie's previous best was 57 points (season 2002-03) compared to this seasons 59 points.
Template for Killie 1-0 Hearts created. Killie Hotshots updated.
May 12th 2018: Stevie Clarke's comments updated.
May 10th 2018: Confidemus93 Blog: The Best Defender We Never Had…Neill Collins
May 9th 2018: Template for Tic 0-0 Killie created.
May 8th 2018: Together we are Stronger...Together #WeAreKillie
Ross’s images added to Saturday’s match recap from Snake Mountain.
The Killie Trust release the latest financial update (#8) for their Trust In Killie initiative.
May 5th 2018: Match template for Rangers 1-0 Killie created.
May 4th 2018: Stevie Clarke's comments updated.
May 2nd 2018... Remember that time the Open Day Legends game was serious? Well, when we say serious… HERE
April 22nd 2018: Stevie Clarke's comments updated.
April 21st2018: Match template for Killie 0-2 Dons created.
April 17th 2018: Remember that time we took around 700 more fans to another Premier League ground than the home team had? See Ross’s images from last Saturday, has to be said, some of them are fantastic - HERE
The KFCSA Player of the Year 2018 Awards and Dinner Dance, including a photo gallery with some of your snaps from the night. Massive thanks to Precision Tooling for their sponsorship, to all the players and staff, and especially the fans who made it the night it was - HERE
April 16th 2018: Now we have a leader, his name is Stevie Clarke. You'll never take the Killie, the boys from Rugby Park Season Diary
April 10th 2018: The latest TIK funding update has now been added to the Totaliser page.
Mar 29th 2018: Clarke not confident on keeping Josef - Here
Mar 25th 2018: Killie Kids do 'Well Season Diary
Mar 21st 2018: Relive us hammering the Weegie new boys again with Ross Mackenzie's match images from Saturday HERE
Mar 20th 2018: It's swings and roundabouts with the Season Diary
Mar 16th 2018: Managers comments page updated.
Mar 13th 2018: Get your back sides over to Rugby Park tonight and support the boys against the sheep! Meanwhile, we've added Ross Mackenzie's images from the WINS over St Johnstone and Ross County which you really should have a wee look at.
Match template for Killie 1-1 Dons (Dons win 3-2 on Pen's after AET).
Mar 12th 2018: Together we are stronger Season Diary
Mar 9th 2018: Kilmarnock's Steve Clarke has won February's Scottish Premiership manager of the month award. The Ayrshire side beat Celtic, Dundee and Motherwell and knocked Brora Rangers out of the Scottish Cup. Killie also drew with Hibernian and Hearts.
Mar 5th 2018: There ’sno stopping Killie just now! Season Diary
Mar 4th 2018: Scottish Cup Semi draw. The Killie-Dons winner will play Motherwell.
Mar 3rd 2018: Match template for the Scottish Cup QF Dons 1-1 Killie created, All Of Kris Boyd's First Team Goals updated - HERE Replay will be on 13/3/18 at Ruggers.
Mar 2nd 2018: Managers comments page as Steve Clarke discusses the Dons cup tie.
Feb 27th 2018: Match template for Hearts 1-1 Killie created.
Feb 24th 2018: Match template for Killie 2-2 Hibs created.
Check out the Trust In Killie February All Members Draw on KillieFC TV All Of Kris Boyd's First Team Goals updated - HERE Killie Hotshots updated.
Feb 20th 2018: The Trust are on the lookout for a project manager for a TIK marketing drive Happy Trailer
We’re not being biased, but why don’t the club use Ross Mackenzie next season instead of shelling out for SNS? 'Well Away
Feb 19th 2018: Same old Killie...always winning! Season Diary
We have two pairs of tickets to Saturday’s match at home to Hibs. All you have to do to win a pair is sign up for the Trust In Killie initiative and your name will go into a draw on Friday night! Your Club YourTime
The latest TIK funding update has now been added to the Totaliser page
Feb 17th 2018: Match template for Well 0-1 Killie created.
Feb 14th 2018: All Of Kris Boyd's First Team Goals updated - HERE Killie Hotshots updated. Managers comments page updated as Steve Clarke discusses the amazing Dee comeback. The Killie Trust have updated their shareholder register HERE
Feb 13th 2018: Match template for Killie 3-2 Dee created. Sadly for the Highlanders, there can be only one! Season Diary
Ross Mackenzie's match images have been added for the 4-0 win over Brora Rangers.
Feb 12th 2018: Managers comments page as Steve Clarke discusses the Dee home match, and drawing the Dons away in the Cup.
Feb 11th 2018: Killie are drawn away to Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup Quarter Finals. Tie to be played March 3rd or 4th.
Feb 9th 2018: Managers comments page updated.
Feb 8th 2018: Some absolutely cracking images from Ross Mackenzie have been added to the match template from the win over Celtic.
Feb 6th 2018: Killie Trust press release about reaching the £100k milestone for their Trust In Killie initiative.
Feb 5th 2018: Good to...good to be...good to be a...Killie Season Diary
Feb 3rd 2018: Match template for Killie 1-0 Celtic created.
Jan 27th 2018: Match template for Dons 3-1 Killie created.
Jan 24th 2018: Jamie McDonald's profile updated to reflect his two and half year contract extention.
Jan 22nd 2018: But life moves on, I'm talking history, and now… Season Diary
Jan 21st 2018: Killie are drawn at home to Brora Rangers in the Scottish Cup 5th Rd. Match to be played Feb 10th or 11th. Managers comments page updated.
Jan 20th 2018: Match template for Killie 1-0 Staggies created. Killie Hotshots updated.
Killie Vs Saints on 1/24/18, and Killie Vs Dee on 1/31/18 have been postponed (due to Scottish Cup matches taking precedent).
Jan 16th 2018: Boomer and the Boss named SPFL top dogs for December! Season Diary
David Sneddon, chairman of the KFCSA said: "The KFCSA are delighted to congratulate Steve Clarke and Kris Boyd on their awards of SPFL Manager and Player of the month. We think all Killie fans will agree that these awards are well deserved after a fantastic December of football for Kilmarnock"
Jan 11th 2018: Managers comments page updated.
Dec 28th 2017: Fixtures page updated to reflect both our Feb home games, Celtic 3/2/18, and Hibs 24/2/18 have new KO times of 12:30pm to accomodate live TV coverage.
Dec 26th 2017: Managers comments page updated ahead of our Accies match tomorrow.
Dec 22nd 2017: Managers comments page updated ahead of Saturdays Rangers visit to Ruggers.
Dec 15th 2017: Managers comments page updated ahead of Saturdays Motherwell visit to Ruggers.
Dec 11th 2017: Killie scratch the seven month itch Season Diary
Dec 6th 2017: Ross MacKenzie's match pic's have now been uploaded for last weekend's for Saints Match.
Dec 5th 2017: The honour of your presence is requested... Season Diary
Nov 29th 2017: Dicker back but Dons dominate Season Diary
Nov 23rd 2017: Player profile for Youssouf Mulumbu created.
Nov 20th 2017: Dogged at Dens Season Diary
Playing catch up today, just uploaded Ross MacKenzie's great photos to accompany James Morrison's match report from Murrayfield.
Added this week's match report from James Morrison, along with Ross's images of the match.
Nov 18th 2017: Match template for Dee 0-0 Killie created.
Nov 17th 2017: Managers comments page updated ahead of Saturdays visit to Dundee.
Nov 13th 2017: Twenty is plenty! Season Diary
Nov 10th 2017: The Killie Trust have revealed that the have now reached the half way mark of £50k towards the intital target for getting a supporter director on the club board! Financial Update #5
The KFC Supporters' Association and Killie Trust have joined with the East Ayrshire Churches Homeless Association (EACHa), the Salvation Army and Kilmarnock FC to Bring A Gift at the home match against Motherwell on December 16th, as Motherwell did in the correspondening fixture last year.
Nov 9th 2017: James Morrison's Murrayfield match report has now been added.
Nov 4th 2017: Kris Boyd's comments added to his profile page.
Nov 1st 2017: Managers Hibs post-match comments added.
Oct 31st 2017: Match template for Killie 0-3 Hibs created.
Oct 30th 2017: Managers Hibs pre-match comments added.
Oct 23rd 2017: Red October - Killie rise from the depths in the Season Diary
Oct 29th 2017: Managers post-match Celtic comments added.
Oct 27th 2017: Managers comments page updated ahead of Saturdays visit to Parkhead.
Oct 26th 2017: Managers comments page updated after our valuable Ibrox point.
Oct 23rd 2017: Grit and graft needed for Glasgow Season Diary
Oct 20th 2017: The Killie Trust have updated their Shareholder's Register with a few newbies and a few renewals, the Steve Clarke effect?
Oct 16th 2017: Managers comments page updated to reflect Steve Clarke's arrival.
Oct 14th 2017: Match template created for Jags 0-2 Killie. Killie Hotshots updated.
We have appointed Steve Clarke as our new manager. Clarke is joined by former Welling United manager Alex Dyer at Rugby Park as his assistant.
Oct 9th 2017: Winter is coming - who will be next on the Rugby Park throne? Season Diary
Oct 8th 2017: Killie name Paul McDonald as their interim manager.
Oct 2nd 2017: Season Diary Week 9 - Storm clouds over Killie.
Oct 1st 2017: Kilmarnock FC issue a statement as Lee McCulloch and Peter Leven leave the club "by mutual consent"
"Kilmarnock can announce the departure of manager Lee McCulloch by mutual consent. Assistant manager Peter Leven has also departed the club. Lee and Peter would like to thank the directors, players, staff and supporters for their assistance during their time at the club. Everyone at Kilmarnock thanks Lee and Peter for their hard work and dedication during their time with the club and we wish both all the best for the future.”
Sept 30th 2017: Match template for Killie 0-2 Staggies created. A small tribute to Sandy Ferguson from everyone at KillieFC.com, KFCSA, Killie Trust, Young Kilmarnock and FC Kilmarnock Ladies has been uploaded.
Sept 29th 2017: It is with great sorry that we share the passing of Sandy Ferguson. Sandy was a HUGE contributor to this website for over 15 years, suppling well over 5,000+ images/pic's to the site He will be sorely missed.... Allan & Baz.
Lee McCulloch's pre-match Staggies comments added - HERE
Sept 18th 2017: The 23rd Dec 2017, Rangers (A) SPFL Premiership Match will now Kick-Off at 12:30pm (and be shown live on BT Sport).
Sept 12th 2017: The Trust's progress with their TIK initiative has now been updated.
Sept 9th 2017: Match template for Well 2-0 Killie Created.
Sept 5th 2017: Season Diary Week 5, Killie get marketing.
Aug 29th 2017: Alas Smith and Jones, here's Week 4 of the Season Diary.
Aug 26th 2017: Match template for Killie 2-2 Accies created.
Aug 22nd 2017: Week 3 of the Season Diary has been uploaded, we're smiling inside, honest.
Aug 19th 2017: Match template for Killie 0-2 Celtic created.
Aug 14th 2017: Week 2 of the Season Diary is with us and as cheery as ever.
Aug 7th 2017: Bad start for Killie, but bright signs for the season ahead - Baz's weekly Scotsman gubbins returns #Confidemus
Aug 5th 2017: Match templare for Killie 1-2 Saints created. which now included Lee McCullloch's post-match cemments.
New Killie CEO Kirsten Callaghan interviewed by the KFCSA's Iain Sherry just before the TIK Roadshow at the Mauchline Club.
Aug 4th 2017: Lee McCulloch interviewed by the KFCSA's Iain Sherry just before the TIK Roadshow at the Mauchline Club. Goalkeeper Cammy Bell returns to Rugby Park for a second spell, on a two year deal.
Aug 2nd 2017: Ayrshire Cancer Support presented with a cheque by fans groups.
Aug 1st 2017: Player profile for Gordon Greer created.
July 30th 2017: Killie drawn (A) to holders Celtic in the Betfred Cup. Ties to be played Aug 8/9th.
July 28th 2017: Player profile for Lee Irwin created.
July 26th 2017: The Killie Trust and the Club have announced the date of their next TIK Roadshow...
July 22nd 2017: Annan Ath 0-2 Killie
July 16th 2017: Alex Samizadeh's spell at Killie is on a one year contract, and no longer a loan from Bolton.
July 15th 2017: Lee McCulloch's comments updated after last night debacle.
July 12th 2017: The Trust's progress with their TIK initiative has now been updated.
July 8th 2017: Friendly Result: Killie (0) 1 Livi 0 (0), (Watters 50").
July 4th 2017: Player profile for Stephen O’Donnell & Kirk Broadfoot started. See what Director John Kiltie and Manager Lee McCulloch had to say to the fans during the Q&A at the end of this year's KFCSA AGM.
July 2nd 2017: All Trust In Killie initiative subscribers will be in the draw for a couple of tickets to the Scottish Open. Join by Thursday to qualify - HERE
June 30th 2017: Everyone involved with KillieFC.com is backing Killie Trust Director Tommy Adams in his Trek (2) for young Lewis Golightly. You can make a donation straight to Tommy or on the JustGiving page.
June 29th 2017: Killie add Calum Waters a young Full Back from Alloa to their ranks.
June 13th 2017: The Trust now has 1298 shareholders 411 of which are active members, the most since 2003 (473).
June 10th 2017: The KFCSA have published their AGM minutes from last year's meeting in accordance with their rules.
June 6th 2017: Lee McCulloch's press comments from yesterday after being confirmed as the new permanent Killie boss are HERE
June 5th 2017: The KFCSA set a date for their AGM
June 3rd 2017: Scotland Under-20s recorded a fantastic 1-0 win over Brazil, with Killie's Greg Taylor scoring the games only goal, in Toulon, France.
June 2nd 2017: Oh What A Night! Report and Photo Gallery from the Scottish Cup 20th Anniversary Dinner Dance at the Grand Hall. Killie are drawn in Section E of the BetFred League Cup and will face Dumbarton, Ayr, Clyde and Annan. We will update the fixtures list for the new season....later. New season, unbelievable.
May 31st 2017: Season Diary Week 43 has now been uploaded, or should that be End of Season Diary?
May 26th 2017: Trust in Killie goes global! Exiled Killie fans will be delighted to know that they can now sign up and contribute to the Trust in Killie Initiative right HERE
May 22nd 2017: The Agony and the Ecstacy as 2016-17 ends...are Killie due a renaissance? Season Diary Week 42 has now been uploaded.
May 21st 2017: Final Premiership table - HERE. Press is reporting that out of contract Killie starlet Jordan Jones has won a first call-up for Northern Ireland. Status of Greg Kiltie's latest injury has been added to his profile page. Further Press speculation suggests that Lee McCulloch will be confirmed as permanent Kilmarnock boss on Monday after a 3 month caretaker stint. Lee has been working on an interim basis following Lee Clark's departure in February.
May 19th 2017: Club statement released on MJ stepping down - HERE
May 18th 2017: Jordon Jones player comments updated - HERE
May 14th 2017: Alan Walker's match report has now been added to yesterday's Caley template.
May 13th 2017: Match template for Killie 2-1 Caley created, and now includes Lee McCulloch's post-match comments. Killie Hotshots has also been updated. Note: Kris Boyd misses the last 3 games of the season due to knee surgery.
May 12th 2017: Lee McCulloch's comments update - HERE
May 9th 2017: Forget Ben 10, here's Ben's 11! Taylor is suspended, what will our new Boss do?
May 8th 2017: Freddie Woodman's loan from Newcastle Utd has ended due to him leaving for an International tournament. Season Diary Week 40 has now been uploaded. Dr. Alan Walker's match report has now been uploaded for Saturdays' defeat at home to Dundee.
May 6th 2017: Match template for Killie 0-1 Dee created, which now includes Lee McCulloch's post-match comments.
May 1st 2017: Season Diary Week 39 has now been uploaded.
April 26th 2017: Devs feeling under Par as Dunfermline net last gasp winner.
April 24th 2017: Season Diary Week 38 has now been uploaded.
April 22nd 2017: Greg Kiltie player comments caught up.
April 17th 2017: Season Diary Week 37 has now been uploaded.
April 15th 2017: David Shaw's match report from last linght has now been uploaded, along with Lee McCulloch's post-match comments.
April 14th 2017: Match template for Killie 0-0 Hearts created.
April 11th 2017: Is Davie Morris a better "Boss" than Tam Gallacher? Sounds like a challenge to us!
April 10th 2017: Season Diary Week 36 has now been uploaded.
April 5th 2017: Match template for Killie 0-0 Rangers created, which also includes Lee McCulloch's post match comments. Kilmarnock FC report the realease of Nathan Tyson, Dapo Kayode, Josh Webb Jamie Cobain.
April 4th 2017: Hippo does the Highlands - match report now uploaded along with a few pics of some visting friends from Kaiserslautern's Collettivo West. Killie Kids Humped by Hamilton - Gary Kirkpatrick's match report from Monday's Development match. Press Release - 'Trust in Killie' Initiative Launch.
Mar 29th 2017: Lee McCulloch's pre-match Caley comments added - HERE
Mar 28th 2017: Boss gene's as Gary's dad Denham now wears the trousers!
Mar 27th 2017: Season Diary Week 34 has now been uploaded.
Mar 22nd 2017: The Development team were in action against table toppers Hibs yesterday, Gary Kirkpatrick's match report has now been uploaded.
Mar 17th 2017: Callum McFadzean moves on - HERE
Mar 15th 2017: The Killie Hippo's match report from Dingwall has now been added, worth it for the ornithology bantz alone!
Mar 12th 2017: Kilmarnock 1-4 Rangers (AET), Scottish FA Youth Cup.
Mar 8th 2017: Kiltie is back as the Development team beat Inverness at home, match report by Iain Sherry. A bit of nepotism as we promote KillieFC.com reporter Gary to Be the Boss. What do you think of his selections? Tell Us
Mar 7th 2017: Killie fail to get interim...full match report and picture gallery from Saturday's match against Motherwell.
Mar 1st 2017: Relive the weekend's glories with Rory, the Fish and a Hippo in our updated match report
Feb 28th 2017: The Shareholder Register on the Killie Trust section has now been updated.
Feb 25th 2017: Ahead of today's match we have an exclusive interview with Iain Sherry, and some guy McCulloch, on the KillieFC TV channel.
Match template: Saints 0-2 Killie Created. Killie Hotshots updated - HERE
Feb 23rd 2017: Boomer's Babes Beaten By Bairns. That's awared winning alliteration right there! Read Gary Kirkpatrick's match report from Tuesday's U20's home match against Falkirk.
Feb 20th 2017: David Shaw's match report has now been added.
Feb 16th 2107: Lee Clark's parting comments added - HERE
Feb 15th 2017: Like father, like son? This week's Boss is Alistair Lyon, see if you agree with his team selection. The Killie Trust have updated their Shareholder Register. It would appear that our manager Lee Clark has jumped ship and gone to Bury leaving McCulloch and Leven in charge. What's wrong with Alistair Lyon we say?
Feb 14th 2017: Season Diary Week 28 has now been uploaded.
Feb 8th 2017: It was a last gasp victory for the development squad at home to Motherwell last night...as usual we have Gary Kirkpatrick's match report for your perusal. The Killie Trust have just published their Shareholder Register
Feb 7th 2017: This week's "Boss" is Adam Lyon check out his team selection and see if you agree with his choices.
Feb 6th 2017: Season Diary Week 27 has now been uploaded.
Feb 5th 2017: Allan Walker's Accies match report has now been uploaded.
Feb 3rd 2017: Fixture change, Killie will now host Motherwell at home on Sat 4th March. (Fixture has been moved back from Weds Mar 1st).
Jan 31st 2017: Kilmarnock have signed former player Conor Sammon on loan from Hearts until the end of the season. In addition Scott Boyd has made his loan from Ross County a permanent move, penning an 18-month deal. Devlin Mackay has joined Berwick Rangers on a Development Loan until the end of the season. Joshua Umerah (19 year old striker) has also joined Killie from Charlton on loan for the remainder of the season.
Jan 30th 2017: Season Diary Week 26 has now been uploaded.
Jan 29th 2017: David Shaw's Staggies match report has now been added.
Jan 26th 2017: Lee Clark's first comments after the Souleymane Coulibaly sale - HERE
Jan 23rd 2017: Dundee vs. Kilmarnock has been rearranged for Saturday 11th February (from Wednesday 1st February) at the request of the clubs. Sensible decision if you ask us! David Shaw and Sandy Ferguson bring you a lament on our latest early cup exit with Saturday's match report. Season Diary Week 25 has now been uploaded.
Jan 19th 2017: Lee Clark on Coulibaly Transfer Interest: “Officially, we haven’t had a bid yet". - MORE
Killie are taking highly rated teenager Kristofer Ajer on loan from Celtic for the rest of the season.
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If any of these Terms and Conditions (or any terms and conditions relating to a product or service referred to in this Web Site) should be determined to be illegal, invalid or otherwise unenforceable by reason of the laws of any state or country in which such terms and conditions are intended to be effective, then to the extent of such illegality, invalidity or unenforceability, and in relation to such state or country only, such terms or condition shall be deleted and severed from the rest of the relevant terms and conditions and the remaining terms and conditions shall survive, remain in full force and effect and continue to be binding and enforceable. Nothing in these terms and conditions shall exclude Killie FC's liability for death or personal injury resulting from negligence of Killie FC.
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Killie FC makes no representation that any product or service referred to on or through the Web Site is appropriate for use, or available in other locations. The information and other materials contained in this Web Site may not satisfy the laws of any other country and those who choose to access this Site from other locations are responsible for compliance with local laws if and to the extent local laws are applicable.
These Terms and Conditions and any terms and conditions relating to products or services described in this Web Site shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of Scotland. Disputes arising in relation to the same shall, unless otherwise expressly agreed, be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Scotland.
Certain (hypertext) links, advertisements or suppliers promotion will lead you to Web Sites that are not under the control of Killie FC. When you activate any of these links, you will leave Killie FC Web Site by opening a new window and we have no control over and will accept no responsibility or liability in respect of the material on any such other Web Site. By allowing links with third party Web Sites Killie FC does not intend to solicit business or offer any security to any person in any country, directly or indirectly.
Every effort will be made to carry out the contract but its due performance is subject to cancellation by Killie FC or to such variation as we may find necessary as a result of inability to secure labour, materials or supplies or as a result of any act of God, War, Strike, Lockout or other labour dispute, Fire, Flood, Drought, Legislation, or other cause (whether of the foregoing class or not) beyond the sellers control.
We have tried to make this website as accessible as possible and easy to use for everyone, regardless of circumstance or ability.
All our page templates comply with the WCAG Priority 2 checkpoints as a minimum requirement. And we make every effort to ensure that all the content on our site meets this standard too. We are making every effort to ensure that we don't exclude any users. For example:
We try to publish all our text content as accessible HTML rather than in other formats such as PDF. Where we do publish PDFs or other formats our policy is to make them as accessible as we can.