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April 2016

No. of Shots

19 3

Shots on Target

5 1

Possession

44% 56%

Fouls Conceded

12 14

Corners Won

7 5

Discipline

Goals Durmas 17

None

Killie Team

Branescu, Millen, (El Makrini 76), Bruce , Del Fabro , Hamalainen, Dicker , Wilson, McKenzie, (Sow 40), Burke, (Thomas 65), Millar, Brophy.

Subs not used: Koprivec, Johnson, Barlow,  Jackson

Attendance: 6,363 (1,513 Killie).

Man of the Match Vote

Match Recap

St Mirren beat managerless Kilmarnock to claim a first win in four games. 

Ilkay Durmus' goal was enough to boost their survival hopes, with basement club Hearts dropping points elsewhere.

Killie have now fallen out of the top six after a fifth loss in a row, their 4th in a row by a 1-0 margin.

And caretaker boss Alex Dyer's hopes of claiming the job permanently suffered a blow as his side went a sixth game without a goal.

It is first time the Ayrshire side have suffered such a poor run of league form since May 2015 when they last lost five-in-a-row under Gary Locke's tutelage.

Comments

Alex Dyer: "We need to sort out the manager issue straight away, Whether it's me or its someone else, the players need to know. Then we can work on getting some fresh blood in and working from there. It definitely needs to be made over the next week or so. Then it gives us a good three weeks to get players in. We've spoken about players already. Someone else might come in and then they might want to keep me or they might want me to go, That's my other issue. I can't be throwing my hat in there and then all of a sudden someone else comes in and says 'I don't want Alex Dyer around'. It's a difficult situation. I love the football club and I want to be around. But if a new manager comes in and says 'I don't want Alex Dyer around' then Alex Dyer has to go, and that's life."

 

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