2018-19 Home Page Archive
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June 18th 2019: "Boomer be done" Kris Boyd formally retires. (a look back on Boydie's career will follow).
June 16th 2019: Killie have named Angelo Alessio, former assistant to Antonio Conte at Chelsea, Juventus and Italy, as our new manager. The 54-year-old former Juventus midfielder succeeds Steve Clarke after signing a three-year contract. Angelo will work alongside Clarke's former assistant, Alex Dyer, and meet the players when they return for pre-season training on Thursday 20 June.
Angelo said... "It is a real honour for me to be named Kilmarnock manager, I've spent a lot of time researching and gathering information about the club and everyone I spoke to had nothing but positive things to say about Kilmarnock. I can't wait to get to work with the players and staff on the training pitch and building on the strong foundations left by Steve Clarke."
June 11th 2019: They Played for Scotland - page, updated as Greg Taylor wins his first Scotland cap.
June 8th 2019: They Played for Scotland - page, updated as "the Wolf" wins his first Scotland cap.
May 28th 2019: New Scotland manager Steve Clarke has named Kilmarnock trio Stuart Findlay, Greg Taylor and forward Eamonn Brophy in his first squad. Stephen O'Donnell also retains his place.
May 27th 2019: Here's the May TIK draw with Gavin Wallace, Gemma Milligan, Greg Kiltie, Ross Millen and Innes Cameron.
May 22nd 2019: Steve Clarke's manager comments page updated and closed-out as he moves on to the Scotland job.
May 20th 2019: They think it's all over...it is now! - Season Diary Week 43
May 13th 2019: We're lost and we're found...and we're hungry like the Wolf - Season Diary Week 42
Added Ross Mackenzie's photos to the Match Recap from the win over Hibs at the weekend.
Picture bonus...added some pics from Tynecastle from last week's win in the capital - Hearts Recap
Police Scotland is appealing for information to help trace Emma Faulds (39) who was last seen around 8am on Monday 29th April 2019 in Fullarton Street, Kilmarnock. Anyone with information is asked to contact Police via 101. POLICE STATEMENT
April 29th 2019: Et tu, Brute? - Season Diary Week 40
Added Ross Mackenzie's photos to the Match Recap from Celtic Park.
Bonus (as in extra) image time as we go back two weeks to the 'red wedding' Match Recap
April 27th 2019: Match template for Celtic 1-0 Killie created.
April 20th 2019: Match template for Killie 0-1 Dons created.
April 11th 2019: Highlights from the KFCSA's Player of the Year Dance for 2018-19 in the Park Hotel. Alan Power gets the top prize with Chris Burke, Scott Boyd & Greg Taylor also receiving awards HERE
April 5th 2019: Killie's post-split fixtures added - HERE
April 4th 2019: Steve Clarke on his future: "I feel unfulfilled in England. I think I’m a decent manager and a very good coach. I’ve still got a lot to offer some club who will maybe take a chance on me." - MORE
April 3rd 2019: Match template for Hibs 0-0 Killie created.
April 1st 2019: Five Star Killie Flying...and we are not fooling! - Season Diary Week 36
Here's the March TIK draw with Gavin Wallace, Gemma Milligan and Scott Boyd - HERE
March 25th 2019: The future's so bright, we gotta wear shades - Season Diary Week 35
March 21st 2019: Bear Baiting in the Big Apple - Season Diary Week 34
Catch up from last week with Ross Mackenzie's photos added to the St Mirren match recap
Today's final offering is the match pics from Sevcoland which have been added to that match recap
March 12th 2019: Steve's Soaked Super Subs Sink Stunned Saints - Season Diary Week 33
March 4th 2019: Talk about a game and a half...literally - Season Diary Week 32
March 3rd 2019: Here's the February TIK draw with Gavin Wallace, Gemma Milligan and Paul Di Giacomo.
March 2nd 2019: Match template for Killie 0-0 Well re-created.
March 1st 2019: SPFL tell Killie & Well that their postponed fixture (from Weds) must be played on March 2nd. Killie's plans to fly-out to Spain for the International break are now in ruins (perhaps ?).
Feb 27th 2019: Match template for Killie 0-0 Well created. Match postponed (due to heavy fog) early in the second half with the scored tied at 0-0.
Feb 25th 2019: It's all about the Killie - Season Diary Week 31
Catch up on photos from the match at home to Celtic from Ross Mackenzie...okay, maybe we don't want reminding of this one!
Last update of the day today, photos added to the Match Recap from Livingston.
Feb 23rd 2019: Match template for Livi 1-0 Killie created.
Feb 22nd 2019: Steve Clarke's comments updated.
Feb 20th 23019: Match template for Gers 5-0 Killie created.
Feb 13th 2019: The Killie Trust release the latest financial update (#11) for their 'Trust In Killie' initiative
Feb 12th 2019: KFCSA statement about the misuse of pyrotechnics at matches - HERE
Added a few photos to the Scottish Cup draw with Sevco to the Match Recap
Killie fan Gary Kirkpatrick, who worked on youth development matches for KillieFC.com, has produced a survey to help with his Sports Journalism dissertation, we would encourage all Killie fans to participate please - HERE
Feb 8th 2019: Kilmarnock FC Director Phyllis McLeish on the importance of fans joining the Killie Trust and subscribing to the Trust In Killie Initiative.
Feb 6th 2019: Match template for Dee 2-2 Killie created.
Feb 5th 2019: Fire power failure on Friday - Season Diary Week 28
The January TIK draw with Cathy Jamieson, Phyllis McLeish and Billy Bowie is HERE
Currently the only place you get to see Ross Mackenzie's unique perspective of the game - Hearts RECAP
Jan 31st 2019: Trust Shareholder register updated - nice to see so many new members including KFC Director Phyllis McLeish and TV/Movie star Steven Cree - have you joined yet? Liam Millar & Mulumbu profiles created/updated.
Jan 30th 2019: Profile for Conor McAleny started - HERE
Jan 26th 2019: Match template created for Dons 0-0 Killie created.
Jan 25th 2019: Profile for Alex Bruce started - HERE
Jan 22nd 2019: Steve Clarke's comments caught up.
Jan 19th 2019: Match template created for Killie 2-0 Forfar Ath
Jan 14th 2019: Juggernaut refuelling instructions - Season Diary Week 25
Jan 11th 2019: Birmingham City have cut short Greg Stewart's loan spell with Killie, with a view to selling the forward this month
Jan 8th 2019: Hero to Zero in one easy #hashtag - Season Diary Week 24
Jan 6th 2019: Killie have extended Bournemouth's Mikael Njoldi's loan deal until the end of the season, however, Bright Enobakhare has returned to Wolverhampton Wanderers following his loan spell at the club, after making just six appearances.
Jan 5th 2019: Kilmarnock winger Jordan Jones has signed a four-year pre-contract deal with Rangers.
Jan 3rd 2019: Trust Shareholder register updated - have you joined yet?
Jan 2nd 2019: A Happy New Year to all, from the staff at KillieFC.Com. Steve Clarke's comments updated.
Dec 30th 2018: Steve Clarke's comments updated.
Updated the Motherwell away match recap with Ross Mackenzie's photos from the day...some Christmas crackers in there!
Passion and love and sex and money. Violence, religion, injustice and death - Season Diary Week 23
Just to give us a day off tomorrow we have uploaded Ross photos from the win over the Buddies today as well. Great stuff from him this year, the great Sandy Ferguson would have approved! HERE
Dec 27th 2018: JJ Rockets 'The Mighty' back into third place - Season Diary Week 22.5
Dec 24th 2018: Ross Mackenzie's photos added to the Hamilton Match Recap
Dec 23rd 2018: Horrible Hammer-throwing Hamilton Halt Holiday Happiness - Season Diary Week 22
Dec 18th 2018: Now added Ross Mackenzie's photos to the match recap from Saturday's win over Dundee.
Dec 17th 2018: We get knocked down, but we get up again, they are never gonna keep us down - Season Diary Week 21
Dec 11th 2018: It’s tough at the top, but you have to have been at the top to know that - Match Recap from Saturday gets the Mackenzie treatment.
Dec 9th 2018: The Killie Trust give Notice of their AGM for 2018 which is scheduled for January 16th 2019
Dec 4th 2018: Lights out but plenty of Power and a brace from the Wolf - Season Diary Week 19
Images from Ross Mackenzie added to the Hibees Match Recap
The Killie Trust have updated their Shareholder Register HERE
Nov 29th 2018: Added some pics to the St Johnstone Match Recap
Nov 16th 2018: On the road again...and a point in Perth - Season Diary Week 18
Nov 24th 2018: Match template for Saints 0-0 Killie created. Killie are drawn at home to Forfar Ath in the 4th round of the Scottish Cup.
Nov 20th 2018: It's a photo extravaganza from Boomer's Charity Match on Saturday from Ross Mackenzie!
Nov 19th 2018: Six of the best on Boomer's big day - Season Diary Week 17
Nov 17th 2018: The Killie XI beat the Rangers XI 6-3 in Kris Boyd's Testimonial Match at Rugby Park.
Nov 16th 2018: Steve Clarke comments updated on the Eve of Kris Boyd's Testamonial.
Nov 13th 2018: Images from our Tynecastle victory added to the Match Recap
Nov 12th 2018: Mourinho? Alex Dyer and the Killie Choir is all that Steve needs! - Season Diary Week 16
Nov 5th 2018: We Woz Robbed! - Season Diary Week 15
Nov 3rd 2018: Relive some of Wednesday's draw in Glasgow with Ross Mackenzie's match photos in the match recap
Oct 30th 2018: Kilmarnock FC and Killie Trust Director Cathy Jamieson has sent us a report to share with Killie fans about her first few months on the Club Board. We had a wee bit of fun with some video footage but we're sure she won't mind too much!
Tickets for the "TIK Phase Two" event are available for Trust Members and TIK subscribers from now until Monday 5th November at 9am and then they go on general release. It's free entry but limited availability so get your ticket soon! TICKETS HERE
Oct 27th 2018: Match template for Killie 1-1 Accies created.
Oct 21st 2018: Steve Clarke's comments caught up.
Oct 15th 2018: International Stats for Killie Stars - Season Diary Week 12
Oct 9th 2018: Whatever Steve Clarke is selling, we're all buying - Season Diary Week 11
McLean strangely awards a penalty that we don't claim for...JJ faces trial by media pundits...no one likes us, we don't care! Match Recap with Pics
Oct 8th 2018: The Killie Trust have a couple of tickets to raffle off for the Kevin Bridges Friday 12th October gig in the SSE Hydro. Click HERE scroll down the page to the “Donate” button and give us £5 and you could win the pair. Drawn on Wednesday at 9pm - good luck!
Oct 5th 2018: The Killie Hippo is called in as an impact sub - Season Diary Week 10
Apologies for the delay…we have now added Ross MacKenzie’s photos to the match recap of our WIN over Motherwell last Saturday.
Sept 25th 2018: It’s an image extravaganza this week with Ross Mac’s photos in the recap of the win over Celtic!
Steve Clarke, Davie Sneddon and Cathy Jamieson unveil the ‘Trust In Killie’ initiative History Board which heralds the beginning of TIK Phase Two HERE
Sept 24th 2018: Tshibola Controller makes Champs look like Chumps - Season Diary Week 9
Sept 18th 2018: Ross Mackenzie's match photos have been added to the Match Recap from Easter Road.
Sept 17th 2018: Killie pay penalty in capital - Season Diary Week 8
Sep 16th 2018: Steve Clarke's comments updated.
Sept 4th 2018: Aaron Tshibola, Midfield Controller - Season Dairy Week 6
August 27th 2018: Welcome to the Willie Collum Show! - Season Dairy Week 5
August 25th 2018: Match template for Killie 0-1 Hearts created.
August 23rd 2018: Steve Clarke's comments updated.
August 22nd 2018: Happy 15th Birthday to the Killie Trust! They said it would never work, they said it was a flash in the pan, they were wrong. With well over £200,000 raised for Kilmarnock Football Club, countless initiatives which have benefited the community and now with a fully fledged director on the Club Board…the Killie Trust and its members can look back on the last 15 years as a resounding success. Thanks to everyone who bought into the idea, literally and figuratively. This is Your Club and Your Time and with your continued support the next fifteen years will hopefully bring more of the same.
August 21st 2018: Ross Mackenzie’s action shots from the weekend’s cup match
Killie Trust and Kilmarnock FC Director Cathy Jamieson will be on Rock Sport Radio on Wednesday at 6:30pm to talk about the first annual ‘Women in Scottish Football’ research project HERE
August 20th 2018: Defensive errors costly as Killie exit cup - Season Dairy Week 4
August 19th 2018: BetFred match template created for Killie 1-3 Rangers.
August 18th 2018: Steve Clarke's comments updated.
August 16th 2018: Squad page updated to reflect Erwin & Greer departures & Bachmann arrival.
August 11th 2018: Match template for Livi 0-0 Killie created.
August 8th 2018: Have another look at our weekend win through Ross Mackenzie’s lens in the match recap
August 5th 2018: Steve Clarke's comments updated.
August 1st 2018: Killie squished the Spiders to top our League Cup group, Ross Mac’s images have now been added to the match recap
July 31st 2018: Like their 300 namesakes the home side put on a brave show but could not cope with the firepower in the end. Unlike days of yore, we had Ross Mackenzie on the sidelines taking pics. This Is Sparta!
Join the Trust or sign up to the 'Trust In Killie' initiative before the Killie v Hearts match (25th August) and win a Jamie MacDonald signed top! HERE
The Killie Trust updated the register after another wee boost in numbers at the Open Day. They now have 1,422 shareholders and 533 fully paid up active members, that's good going and getting better!
July 30th 2018: Here we go again! Season Dairy Week 1 for 2018/19
July 29th 2018: Killie are drawn against Rangers at home in the BetFred League Cup. Fixtures updated - HERE
July 26th 2018: Steve Clarke's comments caught up.
July 24th 2018: The Killie Trust Shareholder’s Register has been updated HERE
Win a place in the Legends Match at the Open Day this Sunday! HERE
The Match Recap of our cup win at Dumbarton has now been populated with Ross’s images.
July 18th 2018: Ross Mackenzie's images of Friday's League Cup tie against St Mirren have been added to the Match Recap
July 14th 2018: Steve Clarke's comments updated.
July 13th 2018: Match template for Killie 0-0 Buddies created (Killie lose 2-3 on pens for extra point).
July 5th 2018: An update from the Trust’s Director on the Club Board, Cathy Jamieson
June 27th 2018: Confidemus93 Blog: One to Eleven with Borja Pérez - HERE
June 16th 2018: You can now find Killie's 2018-19 fixtures - HERE
June 6th 2018: The Supporters’ Association give notice of this year’s AGM
May 31st 2018: Kilmarnock Football Club and The Killie Trust announce their new Director HERE
May 25th 2018: Killie's Betfred League Cup opponents (in Group H) will be: St Mirren, Dumbarton, Queen's Park & Spartans.
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
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