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I’m sure you will hear plenty renditions on Monday night of the x-rated version….

You have won feck all and never will. 

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On 28/07/2021 at 21:27, WhiteRoseKillie said:

Yep, that's The King of RP. I think the other lad is Bobby Street, but may well be miles off. 

Think your correct on Bobby Street

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1 hour ago, flood said:

I’m sure you will hear plenty renditions on Monday night of the x-rated version….

You have won feck all and never will. 

We have won 9 league titles and we didn't need to steal £13 million of tax payers money to do it.

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7 hours ago, Buckfast said:

We have won 9 league titles and we didn't need to steal £13 million of tax payers money to do it.

Taxpayers money?

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I’m sure you will hear plenty renditions on Monday night of the x-rated version….
You have won feck all and never will. 
Yeah mate, double negatives still don't make sense, even on a t-shirt. Presumably it'll be belted out inbetween renditions of your favourite ditty, your tribute to your big team.
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Hi all, hope you're getting excited about the big game on Monday night!

Ahead of the game we spoke to Ayr fan Drew Lambert and Killie fan Sandy Armour aka the Killie Hippo to hear their derby memories ahead of Monday's big clash. You can listen HERE  or search for "The Scottish Football Citizen" on your favourite streaming platform. We hope you enjoy!

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10 hours ago, Buckfast said:

We have won 9 league titles and we didn't need to steal £13 million of tax payers money to do it.

Morton have won 10 lower league titles, does this make them more successful than Ayr ?

Only 11 teams have ever won the top league in Scotland, Kilmarnock are one of them.

Until last season, Dumbarton (Formed 1872) were the only club to have won all 4 leagues in Scotland.

New boys the rangers (2012) equaled this feat last season by overpaying and underplaying their way through the leagues.

Kilmarnock have won The Scottish cup 3 times, The League cup once and been Champions of Scotland.

Ayr Utd have won no major trophies and probably never will.

 

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1 minute ago, killiekranky said:

Morton have won 10 lower league titles, does this make them more successful than Ayr ?

Only 11 teams have ever won the top league in Scotland, Kilmarnock are one of them.

Until last season, Dumbarton (Formed 1872) were the only club to have won all 4 leagues in Scotland.

New boys the rangers (2012) equaled this feat last season overpaying and underplaying their way through the leagues.

Kilmarnock have won The Scottish cup on 3 times, The League cup once and been Champions of Scotland.

Ayr Utd have won no major trophies and probably never will.

 

I'd rather wfaanw. Than support the old firm just saying.

 

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Morton have won 10 lower league titles, does this make them more successful than Ayr ?
Only 11 teams have ever won the top league in Scotland, Kilmarnock are one of them.
Until last season, Dumbarton (Formed 1872) were the only club to have won all 4 leagues in Scotland.
New boys the rangers (2012) equaled this feat last season overpaying and underplaying their way through the leagues.
Kilmarnock have won The Scottish cup 3 times, The League cup once and been Champions of Scotland.
Ayr Utd have won no major trophies and probably never will.
 
St Johnston just won both cups if that does not give hope to teams that you can win something what does?
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8 minutes ago, 1nickydevlin said:

I'd rather wfaanw. Than support the old firm just saying.

 

I think everyone decent would, to be fair.  Why bring that up here, out of interest?

(In the interests of not sneering, I'll not pull you up on the shit grammar. I see Mainholm hasn't improved.)

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10 hours ago, Buckfast said:

We have won 9 league titles and we didn't need to steal £13 million of tax payers money to do it.

First part - the word "league" is doing some serious lifting there.

Second part - I'll have to ask you to explain the figure, and the source of that figure. Otherwise it appears to be an accusation levelled by a fan of a lesser team jealous that his lot couldn't get a two grand overdraft in order to tempt some clogger away from Talbot for a club record fee. I'll help you out here - being as kind as I can be, your statement absolutely reeks of salty tears and impotent rage. Veracity, not so much.

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So if and it's a big if you win the championship this season you won't be having any kind of celebration, no trophy lift, no special t-shirts for players etc, it will be straight down the tunnel and get ready for next season?

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41 minutes ago, Superhursy7 said:

St Johnston just won both cups if that does not give hope to teams that you can win something what does?

When I started following Killie I never expected success.  We were bouncing between the leagues and anytime we did make the Premier league it was generally a miserable season of getting gubbed most weeks and our best players lured away. Then we hit rock bottom, second division.

The Fleetings arrived, brought in Tommy Burns and Killie were rebuilt from the bottom up. 

Bobby Fleeting promised a new all seater stadium, Premier league football , Major Trophies, European football and Internationalists playing for Killie.

At the time I thought he was Mental, but everything he promised came to be.

Sometimes a once in a lifetime opportunity arises when the perfect person to run your club comes along at the perfect time.

Bobby Fleeting was our perfect person and laid the foundations for all the success that followed.

Ayr knocked back David Murray didn't they ?

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First part - the word "league" is doing some serious lifting there.
Second part - I'll have to ask you to explain the figure, and the source of that figure. Otherwise it appears to be an accusation levelled by a fan of a lesser team jealous that his lot couldn't get a two grand overdraft in order to tempt some clogger away from Talbot for a club record fee. I'll help you out here - being as kind as I can be, your statement absolutely reeks of salty tears and impotent rage. Veracity, not so much.
I'd have thought a good erudite socialist such as yourself would know whether the part-taxpayer owned bank saw any of it's debt back?
Singing Rangers tribute songs is one thing, ripping off the taxpayer just like them too? Surely not.
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31 minutes ago, Superhursy7 said:

So if and it's a big if you win the championship this season you won't be having any kind of celebration, no trophy lift, no special t-shirts for players etc, it will be straight down the tunnel and get ready for next season?

Oh, we'll celebrate like f√ļck. What we won't do is try to pass it off as a major honour.¬†

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26 minutes ago, Jeff Venom said:

I'd have thought a good erudite socialist such as yourself would know whether the part-taxpayer owned bank saw any of it's debt back?
Singing Rangers tribute songs is one thing, ripping off the taxpayer just like them too? Surely not.

I know exactly the situation - to try and twist that into Killie ripping off the taxpayer is fucking laughable, on so many levels. 

..and again with the the rangers connection - I'm not aware of us having had any half and half scarves printed. 

Back in yer hovel.

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When I started following Killie I never expected success.  We were bouncing between the leagues and anytime we did make the Premier league it was generally a miserable season of getting gubbed most weeks and our best players lured away. Then we hit rock bottom, second division.
The Fleetings arrived, brought in Tommy Burns and Killie were rebuilt from the bottom up. 
Bobby Fleeting promised a new all seater stadium, Premier league football , Major Trophies, European football and Internationalists playing for Killie.
At the time I thought he was Mental, but everything he promised came to be.
Sometimes a once in a lifetime opportunity arises when the perfect person to run your club comes along at the perfect time.
Bobby Fleeting was our perfect person and laid the foundations for all the success that followed.
Ayr knocked back David Murray didn't they ?
Yes we did but it wasn't the same situation that it was when he bought Rangers and pumped millions in that was never the plan for Ayr.
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