Good, solid result last night. Killie commentator's couldn't seem to make up their mind, one minute they "should have enough to see of Dunfermline" and as soon as they lost a goal they were just "a team of inexperienced young boys". Not to mention the constant mention of Gills debut, he's played 11 games lads.
Next to nothing to say on the first half. Lacklustre, training game are the words that come to mind with neither team having any sort of memorable chance.
For the second time this season it appears Crawford sorted things out at half time and the players completely upped the tempo. Think his tactical awareness is starting to improve, noteably the small change against Falkirk to drop McManus back slightly in order to get more bodies in the middle of the park.
Stand outs for me were Wilson, Thomas and Whittaker. Wilson is an absolute unit but appears very calm on the ball and isn't shy of a challenge. DT speaks for himself and is going to be our main asset this season, that right back will be having nightmares until next season. Whitts experience shone through and was very comfortable on the ball though not as good as Comrie at getting forward, good problems to have.
What a feeling it is to finally be a threat from set pieces, E Murray will chip in with plenty of goals this season hopefully compensating the lack of from O'Hara (who I think isn't up to the mark, time will tell though).
An absolutely sceamer from Fraser Murray capped off a very professional second half performance, I just hope for once we can take the league cup form into the league.