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C4mmy31

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  1. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Agree 100% as does everyone on kickback lol.... https://www.killiefc.com/forum/index.php?/topic/7222-chris-burke/
  2. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Chris Burke is close to signing a new 1 year extension according to the Daily Mail.....
  3. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Where did you read that ?.....
  4. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Stuart Findlay has been called up to the Scotland squad......
  5. Dundee v Celtic

    Oh ya fucker.,......
  6. Rangers bottlers v Killie battlers

    "Kilmarnock have slightly more possession now" "But they're not going anywhere".......... BOOM, thank you very much
  7. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    William Hill Scottish Cup & Ladbrokes Premiership spring to mind.......
  8. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    There is also Kenny Alexander who might reconsider investing now, incidentally he cashed in a small percentage of his shares in GVC, the company who own Ladbrokes Corals, for £13.1m just last week. For those unfamiliar, he's the guy who originally offered £750k for MJ to walk away from the Club a few years back.
  9. Kilmarnock took a huge stride towards securing our top six place after Liam Millar struck late to earn a 1-0 win over St Mirren. The on-loan Liverpool forward latched onto Eamonn Brophy's centre to find the net and end Killie's winless run and goal drought in one fell swoop. The result leaves Killie 10 points clear of seventh place Motherwell with 12 points left to play for before the Premiership splits into two groups of six. Greg Taylor and Eamonn Brophy returned to the starting XI with Rory McKenzie in midfield alongside Alan Power and Gary Dicker. Brophy and Chris Burke both tested Saints goalkeeper Vaclav Hladky in the early stages with Simeon Jackson looking sharp for the hosts at the other end. Without a win in eight games and with Saints coming into the match off the back of a late win against Livingston, the onus was on Steve Clarke's men to respond. Backed a large visiting support on a wet and wild Monday night, the Killie squad battled well to match their opponents with the wind at their backs. Things changed after the break with Killie able to show increased attacking intent with Rory McKenzie seeing a penalty claim waved away despite it looking as though the attacker was brought down in the penalty area. Our last goal had come through Chris Burke on February 6 and it looked like being another frustrating evening in front of goal as Brophy saw his quick turn and shot hit the post and bounce back out. Stuart Findlay had to look alert at the other end of the field with two superb defensive blocks to deny Jackson as he ran in on goal. And the defender's fine form was rewarded when Killie broke up the park and made the all important breakthrough. Liam Millar and Conor McAleny were introduced to the action and the former was to make his mark in the best possible fashion. Burke found Brophy and his ball across the face of goal was nudged into the net by the sliding Millar for his first goal in senior football. It sparked scenes of celebration in the away end as the Killie bench signalled for Aaron Tshibola to get ready to take to the field. He helped Killie see the match out for a hugely important three points after a tough run of results. Kilmarnock: Bachmann; O'Donnell, Broadfoot, Findlay, Taylor; Power, Dicker, Burke, Jones (Millar), McKenzie (McAleny), Brophy (Tshibola) Attendance: 4,458 (1,214 Killie fans)
  10. Correct..... I particularly enjoyed Liam Millar falling over as he stroked the ball into the net
  11. Now I've seen the lineup/formation we should have enough to beat St Mirren.....
  12. Montrose v Dumbarton

    Get yer ain't patter........ Or we'll be taking DT23 back .....
  13. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    SC mentioned at today's pre St Mirren presser that Scott Boyd has done enough to earn himself a new 1 year deal next season which he signed last week...... Also a wee update on his current injury is just a strain as opposed to a tear, so he will only be out a number of weeks & not for the season as first reported.
  14. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Did anyone else read about the story on Kickback about Greg Stewart's wifes comment in the directors box at Pittodrie during our recent match there. Allegedly one of our fans shouted "come on Killie" which was met with looks of disdain by the Don's directors, the story goes at this point his missus piped up with "Yes, come on Killie, I don't even know why we are in this shitehole anyway, it's not as if we are here for anymore money" The source was a guy, a Killie fan, who was in the directors box at the time........
  15. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Youssouff is in Teneriffe with the rest of the squad mate......
  16. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    It is mate, he's a good honest pro who has been solid for us since SC arrived.
  17. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Bad news for Scott Boyd, out for the season after damaging his posterior cruciate ligament against Livi.
  18. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Still.... you'll only have to put up with my dodgy posts till May, then its the Partick Thistle route for Dundee I'm afraid
  19. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    I take it you haven't seen/heard any of his last couple of pre-match press conferences where SC talks about only being part way through the job he came to Killie to do before heading home to his family. PS..... your post lost all credibility the moment you attempted to compare SC to Cathro.
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