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Happy 150th Birthday Killie

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Brilliant night on Saturday, some real hair on the back of the neck moments with old footage etc.

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16 minutes ago, Squirrelhumper said:

Brilliant night on Saturday, some real hair on the back of the neck moments with old footage etc.

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What era is the boy on the second left from, the 1965 league winners?

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What era is the boy on the second left from, the 1965 league winners?

Davie Sneddon scorer of the winning goal at Tynecastle which won the league.
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2 minutes ago, killiepiemuncher said:


Davie Sneddon scorer of the winning goal at Tynecastle which won the league.
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Fucking hero in that case. :wub:

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22 minutes ago, killiepiemuncher said:


Davie Sneddon scorer of the winning goal at Tynecastle which won the league.
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Davie Sneddon actually scored the opener with one of the few headers he ever scored with, it was Brian McIlroy who scored the one which clinched the League title by 0.42 on goal average, thou Davie's defence splitting pass was a peach to set him up......

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1 hour ago, Squirrelhumper said:

Brilliant night on Saturday, some real hair on the back of the neck moments with old footage etc.

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Wonder if he will ever be back at Killie?

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1 hour ago, paul wright scores said:

Wonder if he will ever be back at Killie?

Selling pies?

He's got seats in the Chairman's club and is close mates with Bowie and McLeish. 

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3 hours ago, Squirrelhumper said:

Brilliant night on Saturday, some real hair on the back of the neck moments with old footage etc.

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I love this picture.

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What a team!

Happy birthday to the greatest, small to medium sized provincial, football club in the world!

 

#TB4

 

 

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8 hours ago, HibsFan said:

What era is the boy on the second left from, the 1965 league winners?

 

8 hours ago, killiepiemuncher said:


Davie Sneddon scorer of the winning goal at Tynecastle which won the league.
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And the player far left holding the league trophy is Ronnie Hamilton who was top scorer in the 64-65 season.

 

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On 07/01/2019 at 01:34, Andy_K_97 said:

Back in the day a lot of clubs formed around that time, before the SFA came into existence in 1873, would simply be groups of young men who would play early forms of football and sometimes other sports (like athletics, rugby, cricket, rowing, chess and whatnot) among themselves. Queens Park for example would often meet each other midweek and play games between each other with Glasgow natives vs Highland expats, surnames from A-M vs N-Z, that sort of thing. One can only assume that Kilmarnock would have done similarly although as the club were an offshoot of young men who had fallen out with members of Kilmarnock Rugby Football Club they would have played Rugby Rules up until the aforementioned Scottish Cup tie with Renton. This was also the reason that Rugby Park got its name, owing to the club's origins. All I'll say is I'm very glad we ditched the egg-chasing very early on and opted to play the beautiful game!

A lot has happened in 150 years with countless names and faces having come and gone. Here's to you Killie - you don't half look good for your age!

Andrew you got your information off your dad Big Began

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