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  1. Pffft, I didn't need this thread to remind me that I was/still am/always will be (delete as applicable) an absolute fud of the highest order. As you were.
  2. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    So, no? Thanks for clearing that up.
  3. Kyle Lafferty....oh dear

    Looks like my Josh Magennis for top scorer bet has legs now.
  4. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    I take it you have proof that these people were alcoholics?
  5. Is there anywhere online to watch these ahead of the kick-off in France? Seen most of the World Cup ones, but it would be good to see the Euros versions. Off the top of my head I think I've only seen the Euro 2008 Review. Cheers.
  6. New Premiership Kits 16/17

    No worries, mate. On paper it did seem like a sensible move and maybe if it was done by a semi-competent club then it would work out far better... For anyone interested, this is the website of Just Sport that explains what they do - http://www.justsport-group.com/justsport-proclub/ Given how our shop, website, club in general are usually run it's probably a good move to outsource this to a company who can be at the very least professional.
  7. New Premiership Kits 16/17

    You mean, what Killie did for several years with '1869'? etc... The shirts were made in Bulgaria, and the quality was dreadful. They inevitably fell apart after a few months, and the material itself was cheap and itchy tat. From what was said at the club after we moved to Errea, it seemed as if it was a lot of work for a product that didn't appeal to fans and didn't bring in as much of a profit as we expected it to. Killie have now went with Just Sport Group, who will take over production of strips, training gear and running of the club shop & website - the same deal that Hibs and Dundee United use. As for the shirt itself, I really like it. The sponsor could be done better but it'll sell very well if the reaction among Killie fans today is anything to go by.
  8. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Exactly, the level of confusion here is strange.
  9. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Giving away free tickets has had no long-term impact on attendances for us. If we have a team playing well, one that the fans can be proud of and a change in the boardroom then fans will come back.
  10. Celtic Aberdeen Rangers Hearts Ross County Dundee St Johnstone Kilmarnock Partick Thistle Motherwell Inverness CT Hamilton Although who really knows other than Celtic being champions?
  11. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Rory McKenzie next in the cull, apparently.
  12. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Slater is excellent, although going by his comments on Twitter it was his decision. I'd love to keep Addison.
  13. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Hodson and Findlay loans over, Addison and Henshall out of contract. If the 13 figure is accurate then that's four to go... McHattie, Carrick, Westlake and Smith? ETA - Chris Johnston gone, apparently.
  14. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Rumours abound that thirteen players are being released or let go. With Findlay and Hodson on loan, I make that six so far?
  15. Falkirk vs Kilmarnock, Kilmarnock vs Falkirk

    Nothing but relief after those two matches. The better team over 180 minutes won. I can understand why plenty are using Clark's Killie record as a stick to beat him with, as on paper it is pretty poor. However, there are mitigating factors behind it, predominantly, inheriting a squad bereft of confidence and sorely lacking in key areas. Things haven't been perfect of course, but there has been a marked improvement in performances and morale which wouldn't necessarily be obvious to people who don't watch the team regularly. Obviously I can't speak for all Kilmarnock fans, but it certainly seems that a lot of the support have really taken to Lee Clark since he has arrived. He says the sort of things that a lot of supporters like to hear and the way he behaves on the touchline encourages a positive reaction from the stands. I don't necessarily buy into the idea that a manager has to kick every ball in order to be an effective influence on the touchline, but it certainly helps ingratiate yourself to a new support. I can also understand why other fans think Clark is a bit of a dick, but in the same way Kenny Shiels was a dick - he's our dick. As for next season, there's no doubting that our budget will be cut again given the AGM figures and our previous league position, however I'm happy to give Clark the chance to show what he's made of in terms of wheeling and dealing in the transfer market. I imagine we'll see a host of English lower league journeymen and loanees becoming Killie players over the summer, and if we can 'do a Caley' then I'll be happy enough. Finishing clear of the bottom two spots should be the minimum expectation, but there's nothing wrong with aiming for the top six. I'm confident, but then again I've been wrong in the past...
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