Nov 12th on the Hibs Post-Match: "It wasn't straightforward. We've had a tough few days since the United game. The response was everything we needed. The supporters needed to see a team trying to win, playing without fear and getting after Hibs. Sometimes when you have to dig deep like that, 1-0 feels like even more. We just had to find a way to win. We dealt with the long balls and long throws well enough. It all became a bit desperate but thankfully we stood up to it. We're still a good bit short of what I think we can get to." - Match Recap including YouTube Video -
Nov 9th on the Arabs Post-Match: "Hugely dissapointing, we were awful! . We were nowhere near it. The first goal isn't good enough, second isn't much better, and I don't think the wall jumps properly for the third. We made some changes to stop the bleeding, and that helped. We spoke at half-time about showing energy, passion, showing that we care. I thought we got that, but the damage was done. We were far too easy to play against." - Match Recap including YouTube Video -
Nov 4th on the Livi Post-Match: "It was poor! We were 2-1 at halftime, and we hadn’t really played. Livi are very good at what they do. We needed to manage the second half, and at times we were all over the place defensively. That was far removed from where we have been. I and the fans should expect better." - Match Recap including YouTube Video -
Oct 29th on the Saints Post-Match: "I think we were good enough to get something. We lose such a scabby goal; it's not even going towards goal - it's going back across the six-yard box and it hits off big Ash [Taylor]. We scored what I feel is a legitimate goal. I don't see why VAR has to get involved in that. I don't think VAR should be involved in either incident." - Match Recap including YouTube Video -
Oct 22nd on the Staggies Post-Match: "I thought it was a mixed bag. We came out of the traps brilliantly and imposed ourselves. We had umpteen chances and thankfully Danny is confident at the moment and I could see that with the finish. We were poor the first 20 min's of the second half, however the sub's made a positive impact. Most pleasing was seeing the game out, even though I thought the players did have some mental fatigue, after Tuesday's gruelling cup-tie" - Match Recap including YouTube Video -
Oct 18th on the Arabs (Lge Cup) Post-Match: "Kilmarnock haven't had a good cup run for a number of years and it's good the players to have that focus, We now can focus on the league, but a good cup run can help. Financially it is good, but the feel-good factor is important too. United have been in good form and we watched them closely and they have a good counter-attacking threat, but what we set up to do was play with two traditional centre forwards, which not many do these days, to take advantage of them at centre-half, We hoped we'd have opportunities with our wide players to put balls in the box, but I wasn't expecting Danny Armstrong at 5ft 4 to get his head on the ball." - Match Recap including YouTube Video -
Oct 17th on the Arabs (Lge Cup) Pre-Match: "We know the priority is always, initially after coming up, to stay in the Premiership and establishing ourselves as a Premiership club again, but I don't see why we can't have both, I just feel as though what we don't want to be doing is sitting watching Dundee United turn up at Hampden in January and watching the game on the telly." - Match Recap including YouTube Video -
Oct 15th on the Buddies Post-Match: "A lot of what we wanted today we got, we were positive in the way we started and were the best team in the first half. In the cold light of day, a point and a clean sheet away from home is positive. I'm not wanting to make my players feel worse but we must try to get from one point to three points." - Match Recap including YouTube Video -
Oct 9th on the Hearts Post-Match: "It's a sore one any time you lose an injury-time equaliser. We give away a cheap free-kick and it allows them to put that one last ball in. Five minutes of injury time - I was a wee bit surprised at that but, still, you've got to see the game out." Match Recap including YouTube Video -
Oct 5th on the Saints Post-Match: "It was important to the supporters to show that we’re here and we’re fighting. The body language, the effort, the tenacity and the ground covered was far more of what I want. It was a case of making sure that being strong at home is going to be a big part of us doing well this year. It's important we enjoy being at home but it was important we got a bit of confidence. We had to work for that – and by Christ we worked for it. Callum [Davidson] threw all sorts to change the narrative and we stood up to the majority of it. But that last three minutes was tough. It was a helluva strike but we got it over the line". - Match Recap including YouTube Video -
Oct 1st on the Dons Post-Match: - "Disappointing afternoon, I felt the type of goals we lost is nothing really to do with the level we've come up and I felt we were disappointed with each and every one of them. We spoke often enough all week about the threat of Aberdeen on the counter attack, they have a lot of quick players and they can go from box to box pretty quickly and ask the question of you. I just though we allowed ourselves to be countered". Match Recap including YouTube Video -
Sep 30th on Signing a Contract Extention: "I've known for a while that Kilmarnock is the place that I wanted to commit my future to, so I'm really pleased that the extension has now been agreed. Thanks to the backing of the board and the supporters, the club has come a long way since we joined forces in January and I’m looking forward to the next stage of our journey. With a bolstered club structure and strengthening recruitment process behind the scenes, there are plenty of reasons for Kilmarnock fans to be excited about the club's long-term future. In the short-term, there’s a lot of football to be played and everyone including the squad, staff and supporters will play their part."
Sep 17th on the Livi Post-Match: "We allowed Livingston to play to their strengths. The one thing you don't want to do against the physicality of Livingston is give them opportunities to put things in your box. I don't think there was a lot in the game. But you'll not see an easier goal conceded all weekend. It was terrible. We need to take more responsibility and have more strength." - Match Recap -
Sep 3rd on the Hibs Post-Match: "We had good moments and good opportunities to get the equaliser. My team went right to the wire to try and get the point. We've had two brilliant results this week and that performance was up there. Sometimes you don't get your just rewards, I thought we deserved something from the game". - Match Recap -
Aug 31st on the Hearts (Lge Cup) Post-Match: "I was pleased with a lot of aspects of the performance. We spoke about the importance of getting a strong start, and keeping a clean sheet. Equally we wanted to make sure we got the first goal. I thought we had so much energy and discipline. I'm delighted we got the win. If you can get in front then it can add to the game and add pressure on the home team, and it can give us the confidence to go and get the result. For me Hearts one of the bets front lines in the league, we had to content with Alan Forrest, Barrie McKay, Lawrence Shankland as well as others, they threw everything at us. To get a clean sheet against that level of opposition demonstrates how much we had to do right. I thought we had so much energy, so much discipline. Hearts make the pitch big and ask questions. We tried to negate their changes in style a few times, it was a game of cat and mouse at times.
On Innes Cameron: "I've had every club in the Championship ask about him, we've spoken to him and feel he has a role to play here. He's done well in the last couple of games coming off the bench and he's got a real determination about him. That goal will do him the world of good, we can't give him more belief he's got to find that himself. He is a handful, he competes well and physically he's in brilliant nick. He loves the club, he wants to do so well here, but goals are what centre forwards are judged on, it was a brilliant header and I am really pleased from him. Kilmarnock haven't done anything in cup competitions the last wee while, but we have lifted this trophy before." - Match Recap -
Aug 27th 2022: on the Well Post-Match: "The players kept believing and trying hard. We looked a very good team today first half. We need to nullify little moments of slackness that cause ourselves problems. Everything we asked the players to do, they tried to do. We just needed to convert good play into wins. Okay, doesn’t get the job done. I was delighted we managed to get three points and a couple of goals, it was two going on three or four, and delighted for the supporters. " - Match Recap -
Aug 25th 2022 on Using Loanee's: "It helps bridge the gap bringing a dose of quality in. You don’t want to be working with too many loans. If you’ve done your work properly with recruitment you maybe think one or two in any window is probably ample. This window in particular we’ve got far too many loans. It’s not the way we want to do it at Kilmarnock but we feel it’s the way it’s had to be done. We’ve only got Rory McKenzie and Kerr McInroy under contract next season. You see the challenges which will be there. With so much to do a couple of month ago we weren’t even sure if we were going to be a Premiership club. We’ve advertised for the head of recruitment role and we’ll get someone in place in the first couple of weeks in September. It's a been a strain on us to put a squad together to be competitive. We want to be more forensic and strategic with our work. We want better planning but the process for next season’s signings is now. There’s no doubt we’ve had to go down a route this window to try and bridge the gap to make sure the squad is more ready for the Premiership. I feel delighted with what we’ve done, with the support the board have given us to put this squad together. They're fully aware of the obvious concerns going forward and we want to make sure when the new head of recruitment comes in the proper work starts to really identify good talent, good potential players and value on the pitch. It's not just seen to be developing other clubs’ young players while we’re getting a turn out of them. For this window - and there's only a week or so left - it’s important we put the right squad together to give ourselves a chance."
McInnes on Bringing in Chrisene : "I actually didn't think we’d get him. We’d monitored his games and people in the know I know well had watched game and said there was Championship interest. On the off chance I called Stevie last week and he was so receptive to it. It’s clear Villa and Stevie think a lot of him. He’s been in the first team with pre-season games. He's a good size for a full-back, 18, is physically in great shape, handles the ball really well, a natural lefty and likes to get forward. With a first loan there’s always that element of risk but you have to start somewhere and it’s real football now. I think Villa are looking forward him playing at a level they feel he’ll get tested. He's playing for points and bonuses and for the supporters and it’s a great chance for him. We're just delighted to get him in, without putting much on him. Having him and Ryan in both full-back areas has been good for us and hopefully it pays dividends."
Aug 20th 2022 on the Staggies Post-Match: "We were the far better team in the second-half. I enjoyed watching us get to the edge of their box time and time again. Any game of football is won or lost in both boxes. We would have won today, if we were better in their box. There was loads of efforts and decent moments. In between the boxes we were fine but ultimately, we didn't do well in both boxes. At the very least, we should have come away with a 0-0. If we defend one last lump up the park... We weren't strong enough to deal with that and that was a real sickener for me. The narrative today should have been about the lack of cutting edge or will to stick the ball over the line. Now, we'll talk about not keeping a clean sheet..
On the first of Ross Callachan's two bookings, "For me, if the officials see it as I saw it - it is a red card. It's two-footed, it's a lunge. If that's not a red card, God help us. Between the four officials, they should have seen it. It's a red card all day long." - Match Recap -
Aug 14th on the Celtic Post-Match: "We talked about the importance of the start of the game. I do think that first goal is self-inflicted. It felt like a gimme, and it lifts them. You don't need to give them any encouragement to play their football. Celtic controlled the game as we expected but when the ball arrived in our box, it was nothing to do with their level of player. It was the type of goal we shouldn't be losing and three or four of the goals are avoidable. We're not ready to take on Celtic yet but we are better than what we showed today, certainly with our defending. We've got to make sure there's no hangover from this, but we need to improve quickly in terms of showing more resolve, more resilience, more willingness to keep the ball out of our net. Particularly from set plays, it's not good enough." - Match Recap -
Aug 6th on the Rangers Post-Match: "First port of call when you come to Rangers is to try and frustrate. I thought we were okay in the first half. I know Tom Lawrence hit the bar. Apart from that, I don't remember Sam Walker making too many saves. We make a tackle and play it right into Colak's path, which is disappointing. The goal that they get to give them impetus came from our own mistake. There's got to be a realism here. A couple of months ago, we're trying to get this team out of the Championship, Rangers are competing in a Europa League final. There is a gulf there. We had some good moments in the game but, unfortunately for us, not enough. You'd have to say Rangers deserve to win. I thought we were decent for long spells and I'm delighted with the players' efforts." - Match Recap -
July 30th on the Arabs Post-Match: "There are times when that level of performance will win the game but any 90th-minute equaliser you grab with both hands, It was the very least we deserved against a team that finished fourth last season. For the vast majority of the first half we were outstanding and it was a real blow when Levitt scored because we had two or three opportunities to clear, and we had a wee hangover at the start of the second half. But from 60 minutes on, we were the better team, hands down, knocking on the door, controlling the game. Ash Taylor has scored a few important goals for us and he made a great connection. It would have been tough to take nothing from that. I'm encouraged by what I saw today." - Match Recap -
July 23rd on the Stenny Post-Match: "It wasn't perfect but I thought we showed real control. We knew it'd be a difficult game. For us, we enjoyed the bigger spaces, we played round their shape. I would've taken that result before the game. We were very good at times. The players treated it like a cup tie, like it needed to be. It was a good day's work."
On Alebiosu's debut: I think we'll be keeping in touch with Arsenal to see if there's any more like him!" - Match Recap -
July 22nd on the Squad: "Some players (Jordan Jones in this instance) can go to clubs, like Rangers, and it's not good for them to be a squad player. It"s not good to be a squad player anywhere. Certain people can maybe adjust to that, though. When you're not playing week in, week out, some players deal with that better and accept where they are. Some people struggle with that. Jordan, by his own admission, struggled with not being a key player. He did brilliantly at Sunderland on loan. When you speak to the people there, he did fantastically well. He got a move to Wigan off the back of that work. I do think his spell at Sunderland showed exactly what he’s capable of. So, it’s not just from his time here, he's played a good amount of significant, solid football at good levels before. He"s still young enough to go and show everyone that he’s got the experience now. He’s experienced good and bad, highs and lows. He had a good time here at Kilmarnock in his last spell, we want him to pick up the mantle now and drive on. He’ll get the benefit of that for his career by having a successful season with us, and we’ll get the benefit of that type of player. I must say, in the conversations I’ve had with him, I find a maturity about him. He"s a good boy and there’s a real genuine side. He"s got a point to prove and he’s got that hunger.
"We"ve got to be respectful to the players I’ve got in the squad here. I feel as though we had to make those improvements when we came up a division. Any manager wants to make improvements to their starting XI, regardless if they’ve won a league. You’"l see it at Celtic, they"ll still want to improve. Teams down the road too. We’re no different. We"ve got to provide that competition. It"s up to the players who were here already to make sure they put their hands up to say ‘we’re not getting pushed aside here’. That’s what we’re looking for. We've got a really good squad, but I do feel we needed types of players. We needed more speed and athleticism in certain areas of the pitch. From the ones who’ve come in, Ryan (Alebiosu from Arsenal) and Jordan certainly provide the latter part of what we’re looking for. To try and have more answers if we’re defending from a deep position, we have a counter-attacking threat. We have players that can isolate one-vs-one and go past people. Every team needs that. In the 11 vs 11s that we’ve done in the last couple of days, having Jordan and Ryan involved, we look quicker, more athletic, we can get up and down the pitch quicker. On that transition, you’ve got to have that. Every team needs that. We’re certainly going to need that in the Premiership. In certain areas of the pitch we’ve got some good options and real competition. That’s what I wanted when I tried to put this squad together. We’ve still got a bit to go. But when I look back to that night where we were after Raith on the last game of the season, knowing what needed to be done, I think we’re doing fine. I’ve been well supported by the board. We’ll continue to try and shape the squad in the way that we want it."
July 19th on Bringing in Jordan Jones On Loan: "Delighted to secure the loan signing of Jordan, he’s familiar with the club so the transition will be seamless. He’s a player that we feel when he’s at the top of his game he can bring so much to the team, he’s a ball carrier and brings a lot more speed into the forward areas, as well as creativity and goals. He had a very good loan spell at Sunderland and its not quite happened at Wigan for whatever reason, but he’s arrived here with a hunger and it is clear he has got a point to prove and we want to see that in his performances. I am really looking forward to working with him, I think he will thrive on the responsibility of being an important player and we want to give him that responsibility in this team. It is a good signing for us, if I had thought when we first came in here in January that we would be preparing a team for the premier league and had signed some of the players we have including Jordan then I would have been delighted. We are delighted to get Jordan in the building and hope he can help with the challenges ahead.”
July 13th on the Jags Post-Match: "It was a pretty even match, I didn’t expect too much between both teams. We’ve not made as many changes as we’d like to the squad. We've still got a few [transfers] to do and we have too many on treatment table. We were forced to play a shape we don't want to play this season. Once we get the players in we’re looking for and more out treatment room, you’ll see improvements. The positives are we got minutes into players we want to top-up. That’s important for the Premiership campaign starting". - Match Recap -
July 12th on Chris Burke Joining Killie's Coaching Staff: "Chris is a brilliant role model for our youngsters to learn from and ensuring we maintained his association with the club was everything we wanted".
July 8th 2022: “Last thing at night, first thing in the morning, you think about it. You know what you’ve still got to do. But I’ve got to take myself back to when I first came into the club. At that point, it was about where we wanted to be and that was the Premiership. We’re there now and we’ve got to try and enjoy it. We have to try and enjoy the work we’re trying to do. If I was told, in January when I came in, that I’d have Kyle Lafferty, Ash Taylor, Liam Donnelly and Alan Power – boys who were familiar to me – then I’d feel good about that. It makes us better, so while you still see what you’ve got to do, it’s also important to remember what you’ve done. I certainly don’t think there’s any panic. That’s not to say things aren’t pressing – we have work to do and we’ve got to try to get on with it. Any player I sign between now and the window closing would be to try and get into the starting XI, giving us extra quality in the side".
"I am delighted with the players we have but I still feel this window in particular is about the here and now. We are still playing catch-up from being a Championship team but it’s nothing we can’t overcome, we will put a squad together to be competitive.
“I was absolutely happy working with someone in that role ( head of football operations James Fowler.), I think it’s becoming the norm. Every manager needs that support from within the club, it’s becoming more and more critical that clubs get that right. For any manager that level of support is important, no matter the role. I feel as if I’ve had that here, I’ve got good communication with the board, they know my intentions and I know theirs. We just want the club to be the biggest animal we can be.
A move for former Rugby Park favourite Jordan Jones has been rumoured. "There’s nothing I can specifically say about that. What we are looking for is players with speed, ball carriers, people who can be a bit more creative. We’ve had numerous conversations with a lot of players and clubs. It’s not easy to get players at any time but we’ve made a case and showed players that we are a good club. As weeks go on players who maybe didn’t think Killie was an option may just change their mind.”
July 6th 2022 on McArthur Joining the Magpies: "We understood, like all Scottish clubs, that we’re vulnerable to the richest league in the world with all the money that is available there. Ideally Charlie, as a Kilmarnock supporter, would have played 100 games for the Kilmarnock first team and we would have gotten a lot of satisfaction in seeing that. Unfortunately for us, a bigger club has come along and identified he’s a good player, which he is. The move was something that Charlie was keen on so once we established that with his agents, then it was all about us getting the fee that we wanted, which thankfully we did. We wish Charlie all the best. He’s a great kid and he’s someone we’ve really been impressed with in the short time that I’ve been here. You can see exactly why Newcastle would want to bring him into their system and we’ll look out for him and hope he does well there. He will always be welcome back at Rugby Park."
June 24th 2022 on the Squad Status: "I’ve brought in Alan, Kerr, Zach and Lewis. Zach is a boy we knew from before. A brilliant addition to us after last season. When I joined last season, I thought I had two good goalkeepers in Zach and Sam Walker and I’m delighted to get him back. We've identified specific positions we’d like to try and improve and I think it is important for us and any manager in any given season to try and improve the starting eleven. We probably have a wee bit more work to do in that sense. We have a good squad and a great work ethic. I am really enjoying working with the players, but we need to make sure we are as equipped as we can be to meet the demand that will be on us. The budget that has been afforded to me I need to try and use it wisely. I want to try and get the best starting XI on the pitch, and the best squad possible. I am confident we will do that. Very few managers get everything they want, but the club have been very supportive in helping with what we’re trying to do. We've managed to get staff, equipment and resources in that’ll help us become stronger again. I am confident we will do well in the coming season, how well we will do depends on the last few bits of recruitment I would imagine, but I am looking forward to it nonetheless. I think it would be unlikely, but you never know. We are still actively trying to strengthen the squad in certain areas. It’s still early on in a sense. We have a lot of out of contract players that are getting thrown at you and it’s important we try and hold our nerve and not just take players for the sake of it. When the English clubs go back as well, things will start to move. Players will move on and, maybe, look at one or two in the loan market from down south as well. But English clubs are not even back yet."
June 23rd 2022 on Signing Lewis Mayo: "Lewis started really well in his loan spell with Patrick last season and showed signs that he’s clearing improving. We look forward to working closely with him to develop him and I’m sure he’ll help us in the challenges ahead". - Player Page Here -
June 20th 2022 on Re-Signing Zach Hemming: "Delighted to get Zach back he made a big impression on everyone yesterday and made a big impact on helping us win the title. The abilities he showed was the attraction to bring him back, but the added attraction was how popular he was within the group. We feel with him, Sam and young Curtis we have 3 goalkeepers there who are at a level to bring that competition we want for every area of the pitch He is someone we kept in touch with over the summer and we are glad Middlesbrough see Kilmarnock as the next best place for him again". - Player Page Here -
June 17th 2022 on the Season Ahead: "I heard a few people talk about how good the league standard was last season, I didn’t concur with that actually. In terms of levels, I thought a lot of clubs underperformed. We want to concentrate on ourselves though. We have a points target we've set and will try to go after. If we can beat that then it will bring some sort of success. But ultimately, the Premier League focus is to try and make sure we get some good players in, get them fit and ready and then we can assess where we want to or plan to be in the season ahead. We found ourselves out of it last season which wasn't where we wanted to be, so we’ve got to appreciate it, But we’ve also got to make sure we’re there to go and set about the Premiership. We dont want to go up and just survive. It’s important that if we're confident to say that and do that, then we have to recruit well too. Once we get the squad complete, we can say with far more confidence what our intentions are. Our intention isn’t to be involved in a relegation fight but most teams can find themselves down there in any given season. If the recruitment isn't right, you get injured and all the rest of it it, then you can lose a bit of confidence. It’s important that we remember how we finished last season. The scenes at Rugby Park with a huge crowd shows the support is there, we just need to try and bring them with us as much as we can. We do that by winning games in the Premiership every week and having a team people want to come and watch. We've got a lot of work to do but we’re also encouraged by what’s here already. It’s a great club to work for but we want to be a successful club at the same time."
June 13th 2022 on Signing Kerr McInroy: "Kerr is a player we came up against last season for Ayr and we feel he can give us that nice left sided balance in the middle of the pitch. He’s a good age to try and develop to get those improvements from him in our team. We’ve liked what we’ve seen from him and it's a step up for him to play in the Premiership so we’re pleased to get him on board." - Player Page Here -
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The images, logos and names on this Web Site which identify Killie FC or third parties and their products and services are proprietary marks of Killie FC and/or the relevant third parties. Nothing contained in this Web Site shall be deemed to confer on any person any license or right on the part of Killie FC or any third party with respect to any such image, logo or name.
Killie FC reserves the right, at any time and without prior notice, to remove or cease to supply any product or service contained on this Web Site. In the event that such removal takes place we shall not be liable to you in any way whatsoever for such removal.
Telephone calls using the telephone numbers provided on this Web Site and email correspondence with Killie FC at the email addresses accessible through, or discernible from, this Web Site may be recorded or monitored. By using such communication methods you are consenting to the recording or monitoring of the same.
The price of calls may vary depending on your telecoms supplier. Please check with your operator for exact charges.
This Web Site is for non-commercial, personal use only. The services contained on this Web Site may be supplied on a commercial basis on payment to Killie FC or its service or product suppliers of its charges from time to time. Please contact us on Email: [email protected]
In the event that you use any of the services contained on this Web Site for commercial use, Killie FC shall be entitled to charge you at its applicable rates in respect of such commercial use.
The copyright in the material contained in this Web Site belongs to Killie FC or its licensed source. Any person may copy any part of this material, subject to the following conditions:
the material may not be used for commercial purposes;
the copies must retain any copyrights or other intellectual property notices contained in the original material;
the products and technology or processes described in this Web Site may be subject to other intellectual property rights reserved by Killie FC or by other third parties with no license granted in respect of those intellectual property rights); images on this Web Site are protected by copyright as its text by IPR and may not be reproduced or appropriated in any manner without the written permission of their respective owner(s).
We reserve the right to change these terms and conditions at any time by posting changes on the Web Site. It is your responsibility to review the Web Site terms and conditions to ensure you are aware of the latest terms and conditions. Your use of this Web Site after a change has been posted will be deemed to signify your acceptance of the modified terms and conditions. We recommend that you print off and retain for your records a copy of these terms and conditions from time to time and a copy of any terms and conditions relating to any product or service which you apply for online, together with any related application form completed and submitted.
Any amendment to terms and conditions must be agreed in writing by us, or, if appropriate, by the relevant company or individual supplier with whom you contract.
Whilst Killie FC has taken due care and attention in the preparation of the contents of this Web Site, this Web Site and the information, names, images, pictures, logos, icons regarding or relating to Killie FC or our products and services marketed on the site (or to third party products and services), are provided on an 'as is' basis without any representation or endorsement being made and without any warranty of any kind, whether express or implied, including but not limited to, any implied warranties of satisfactory quality, fitness for a particular purpose, non-infringement, compatibility, security and accuracy.
To the extent permitted by law, all such terms and warranties are hereby excluded. In no event will Killie FC be liable, whether in contract or tort (including negligence or breach of statutory duty) or otherwise for any losses sustained and arising out of or in connection with use of this Web Site including, without limitation, loss of profits, loss of data or loss of goodwill (in all these cases whether direct or indirect) nor any indirect, economic, consequential or special loss.
Killie FC does not represent that the information contained in this Web Site is accurate, comprehensive, verified or complete, and shall accept no liability for the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this Web Site or for any reliance placed by any person on the information.
Killie FC does not warrant that the functions or materials accessible from or contained in this Web Site will be uninterrupted or error free, that defects will be corrected or that this Web Site or the server that makes it available are virus or bug free or represent the full functionality, accuracy, reliability of the materials.
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.
All Intellectual Property Rights (including, without limitation, all database rights, rights in designs, rights in know-how, patents and rights in inventions (in all cases whether registered or unregistered and including all rights to apply for registration) and all other intellectual or industrial property rights in any jurisdiction) in any information, content, materials, data or processes contained in or to this Web Site belong to Killie FC or its licensed source. All rights of Killie FC in such Intellectual Property Rights are hereby reserved.
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.