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Dieter's Heeder last won the day on February 18

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  1. Man city

    Please for the love of god don't let 71 be the year you were born with this patter.
  2. Sir John Orr

    1945-2018 in Club News February 19, 2018 Everyone at Kilmarnock Football Club is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Honorary President and former Chairman Sir John Orr. Sir John served as chairman between 2001 and 2003 following a distinguished career in the police service. He held the title of Chief Constable of Strathclyde Police from 1996 until 2001, when he received a knighthood from Her Majesty The Queen. Our thoughts are with Sir John’s family at this difficult time.
  3. Hibs (saturday 12.30)

    He went off with a groin injury against Dundee and by all accounts looked knackered on Saturday. I'd not be at all surprised or dissapointed to see either Erwin or Kiltie given a start in his position. More of a rest than anything else.
  4. Enough points?

    Stop looking back, time to catch Hearts.
  5. Jordan Jones

    Well maybe you should go also Skygod because you couldn't see when you were driving home the other night and you don't even wear your glasses.
  6. Away fans

    A few Motherwell fans on Twitter saying it's the most Killie they've seen in a long while at Fir Park and giving the team and fans credit. I wasn't there today either but great to see so many made the trip and the team clearly appreciate it.
  7. Steve Clarke as Scotland manager...

    The Scotsman Published: 06:00Thursday 15 February 2018 The Scottish Football Association is “making progress” towards filling its two highest-profile positions after a lengthy board meeting yesterday went on into the night. With the national manager and chief executive roles vacant, the board discussed both posts. It is understood Steve Clarke’s name featured prominently. The Kilmarnock manager’s case for the Scotland job could hardly be ignored after his side’s seventh consecutive home win the previous night against Dundee. The former West Bromwich Albion manager is becoming a popular choice among Scotland supporters to succeed Gordon Strachan, who left in October after failure to secure a World Cup play-off place. Those supporters have become increasingly frustrated, with 125 days having passed since 
Strachan’s departure as Scotland manager. Chief executive Stewart Regan followed him out the door at the beginning of this month. Yesterday’s meeting came amid reports Alex McLeish was close to being re-appointed international manager.
  8. Lee Erwin

    That was a sensational 20 minutes or so from the lad. He was also very good in the short time he was on against Celtic and could have had himself a couple of tap ins if he was played in during our counter attacks. He's bursting a gut to get himself involved and the talent we knew he had is beginning to show. Gutted Brophy picked up another injury but the way Erwin has came back since the winter break makes me think he's ready to step in.
  9. Best Game at the new Rugby Park?

    That tonight certainly won't leave my memory any time soon. Incredible stuff.
  10. Let’s be having you

    It's not. It's about 600 too many for us.
  11. Accies St Johnstone games

  12. Dundee @ RP

  13. Scottish Cup Draw 11-2-18 Aberdeen away

    This is where you've went wrong.
  14. Scottish Cup Draw 11-2-18 Aberdeen away

    They've certainly never won it, unless it was the Ramsdens cup or whatever it's called? Don't remember if they played Ayr or not.

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