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9 hours ago, Dunning1874 said:

I assume a bot started hundreds of spam threads again and he was bumping every real thread back above them, but it does look extremely weird when the bot threads are deleted.

Is this when you log in early in the morning and see all threads titles in Chinese or something like that. Seen that.

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16 minutes ago, NFL12 said:

Is this when you log in early in the morning and see all threads titles in Chinese or something like that. Seen that.

It only seems to be on the Championship forum thou.

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7 hours ago, third lanark said:

Congratulations Killie on winning the league will be interesting to see how you get back on in the premier league

just hope the players are not too hungover tonight 

It's taken me a week to recover.

Mind you, it's been a while since I was described as an athlete.

Cheers!

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Welcome back tae the big time Killie. Done a lot better than other “bigger” clubs who went down before. The chairman took a gamble keeping a big budget and its paid off.

Obviously you didn’t want relegated last year but i was curious if a year in the championship was fun in terms of different days out etc or was it just grim ? 

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7 minutes ago, D-Fens Foster said:

Welcome back tae the big time Killie. Done a lot better than other “bigger” clubs who went down before. The chairman took a gamble keeping a big budget and its paid off.

Obviously you didn’t want relegated last year but i was curious if a year in the championship was fun in terms of different days out etc or was it just grim ? 

I’ve enjoyed it. Some good away trips and no twisted sisters. A pleasant wee change. 

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3 hours ago, D-Fens Foster said:

Welcome back tae the big time Killie. Done a lot better than other “bigger” clubs who went down before. The chairman took a gamble keeping a big budget and its paid off.

Obviously you didn’t want relegated last year but i was curious if a year in the championship was fun in terms of different days out etc or was it just grim ? 

Not what many of us expected tbh.

To many Friday night away games at places like Arbroath, Inverness and Kirkcaldy, a covid restricted trip to Dumfries, which is normally seen by many Killie fans as one of the highlights and not a single Ayrshire derby on a traditional Saturday.

The standard of football on offer was also pretty grim in all honesty, ourselves included. 

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9 hours ago, D-Fens Foster said:

Welcome back tae the big time Killie. Done a lot better than other “bigger” clubs who went down before. The chairman took a gamble keeping a big budget and its paid off.

Obviously you didn’t want relegated last year but i was curious if a year in the championship was fun in terms of different days out etc or was it just grim ? 

It was fucking stinking.

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8 hours ago, Richey Edwards said:

 

 

See you later neighbours. Safe travels. Xxxx

I'd double greenie you if I could for dropping in Supertramp.

Anyhoo, hope you get yer shit together. Premier League derbies sound good and we'll show the arsecheeks how it's really done.

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2 hours ago, kilMARKnock said:

I'd double greenie you if I could for dropping in Supertramp.

Anyhoo, hope you get yer shit together. Premier League derbies sound good and we'll show the arsecheeks how it's really done.

I'll give you a greenie for mentioning Supertramp - great band

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1 hour ago, Starkiplier said:

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What a brilliant sight.  The atmosphere last night was fantastic, probably one of the best ever watching Killie. 

Well done to Raith Rovers and their fans for applauding Killie onto the pitch. 

I thought you were the best footballing team in the league this year and good luck next season. 

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Really wish I'd been able to go last night - seems like it was a big party from start to finish. A very nice end to a season that threatened to derail at many points throughout.

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On 05/05/2022 at 19:11, C4mmy31 said:

Might not be good news for getting Hemming back on loan next season but I really hope he grabs his chance with both hands and impresses Chris Wilder as much as he impressed us....

https://the72.co.uk/272409/goalkeeper-zach-hemming-training-with-middlesbrough-first-team-after-impressing-out-on-loan/

From the way he's worded a lot of his posts since the end of the season it sounds as if he won't be back - and if he's got a chance of getting into the first team at Boro next season then fair play to him, I wish him every success for his future no matter where he ends up. I think it was always likely to be a long shot in terms of getting him back, so I hope McInnes has been looking at some new options for keepers next season.

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Hiya Dom Thomas, hiya pal!

Also, spare a thought for Liam Polworth who, as another poster has suggested, now has a league medal and a relegation from the same season. The ironing is delicious.

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