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  1. Lee Erwin

    He almost single handedly created the chance that Boyd scored from and was a major catalyst overall in our second half resurgence. He seemed to get a lot of joy when picking the ball up in wide areas as he did back in his Motherwell days when he scored a few against us. Hope tonight gives him the added bit of confidence to really push for a place in the team.
  2. Eremenko

    He's in better shape now than he was when he was here on his second spell. No one would stand a chance of robbing him of the ball now with his skill and new found strength.
  3. Steve Clarke as Scotland manager...

    In the context of the interview, McFadden was suggesting Clarke juggles both roles until the end of the season but that a part time national team coach wouldn't work long term.
  4. Scott Brown

    The Sun version of the same story open with "Broony made no excuses for the display". It then goes on to list all the excuses made for the display... - the pitch - the injuries - Kilmarnock players being unsporting and not letting Celtic into the box to score goals.
  5. Alex Dyer

    Perhaps coincidence but saw Dyer having a word with Jones just after the Celtic free kick in the first half. Up until that point Jones had been quiet and when he had got on the ball, slack passing had cost us possession a couple of times. From that point on Jones seemed to really grow in confidence and was a pivotal part in us forging our way into the game. There is certainly no doubt that Dyer is a generally unsung hero in the transformation of our team.
  6. Aaron Tshibola

    Agree with this. Looked composed on the ball and put in some important tackles in and around our box.
  7. Greatest goal?...

    9th April 2011 This was also a favourite of mine and epitomised the football played under Mixu. Sublime passing move involving Bryson, Mhedi and Eremenko before the lob finish from Kelly. Match report below but highlights no longer working unfortunately. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/scot_prem/9450635.stm
  8. Pay him what he's worth!

    The rough figures posted on here a few days ago suggested an average wage at the club is in the region of £1k so assuming he falls into the average earner bracket.
  9. Pay him what he's worth!

    So Morelos is on £7k a week and Sevco value him at, say £10M. Does that mean we should be paying JJ £700 per week? Would JJ really be content with a potential drop in wages?
  10. We Did It!

    Fantastic news and well done to everyone involved in making it happen. The last 6 months have really re-energised Kilmarnock FC as a whole so let's keep doing our bit to keep the momentum going!
  11. Dons away 27/01 Fred

    To get the desired result today we are going to need big performances from McKenzie and Jones. They need to get close to Boydy to get him involved and shift the pressure onto Aberdeen. They will also have to support the defence to nullify the threat from Mckay-Steven and McGinn on the wings. We struggled with this at Hibs but hopefully can show that we have learned from that today.
  12. Where are all of the Killie fans based?

    From East Kilbride now in Glasgow.
  13. SC on fixture backlog

    Steve Clarke giving a subliminal message to Hamilton/SPFL wit his hand genstures during the interview?
  14. Well Match Day Thread

    Thought Dicker and Mulumbu tired in the second half and Power was a loss when he went off. We weren't picking up the second balls so struggled to get any control on the game when holding onto the lead. Couple of superb saves from MacDonald and some committed last ditch defending helped see it through. Scraping a 1-0 is a sign of a good team!
  15. Youssouf Mulumbu

    What a signing indeed. Hopefully he can put his injury problems behind him and shine for the rest of the season. The excerpt below is from a September feature in the Telegraph on top free agents. It certainly has me excited! Began at West Brom as a ball-winning midfielder then flourished in a more creative role when paired with Claudio Yacob who did more of the dirty work. His passing accuracy and ability to set the tempo as a midfield hub earned him a player of the year award at the Hawthorns but his surprising move to Norwich was derailed by an early foot injury. Never established himself under Alex Neil in two years at Carrow Road but the DR Congo workhorse would prove a fine asset to an ambitious Championship club.

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