Press Comments Season 2020-21
Press Comments Season 2020-21
Press Comments Season 2020-21
Alex Dyer's comments to the press for Season 2020-21 can be found here....
Feb 2nd 2021: “I would like to thank Kilmarnock for the opportunity to take my first steps in professional management. It has been an honour for me to manage in the Premiership, and I have no doubt that this experience will have a lasting impact on my future career. Thank you to the players who I had the privilege of working with. Your constant hard work in training and the high standards you set as a team will serve you and the club well moving forward. I would also like to thank the staff and board for everything they did in support of me in this role. Finally, I would like to thank the fans for the loyalty they have shown to the team. I am excited to take on a new challenge and look forward to my next opportunity."
Jan 30th 2021: Kilmarnock Football Club can confirm the departure of Manager Alex Dyer by mutual consent following today’s 3-2 defeat to St Johnstone. Billy Bowie said: “This was a tough decision for the club and not one which was made lightly. However in light of recent results and in the interest of preserving our Scottish Premiership status, we feel this is the correct time for a change. Alex is a great man who I have the utmost respect for and he will always be warmly welcomed back to Rugby Park. I want to thank Alex for his important contribution to some truly wonderful days here at Kilmarnock and I wish him every success in the future.”
Jan 30th on the Saints Post-Match: Alex Dyer: “I’m looking at one or two players and hopefully we can get them over the line. It’s a difficult time at the moment because whether it’s in this country or down south, people don’t want to travel and you can understand why. If we don’t manage it, we’ll deal with what we’ve got in the changing-room at the moment but we’re trying hard. I’m disappointed, we were 2-0 up and in control of the game but in the second-half we weren’t at the races. I don’t know why. We stopped doing all the stuff we’d done well in the first-half and if you do that against a side who are confident then you get punished. It’s a big frustration. All they had to do was repeat the things they’d done in the first half, manage the game and we would have got a result. But we didn’t do it. They stepped up a little bit, we didn’t handle it and when they got the first goal in the second-half, we panicked a bit. When it went to 2-2, for me there was only going to be one winner because they were on the front foot. The team’s confidence is fragile at the moment. That comes with not winning enough games and losing late goals like we did in midweek. Confidence is low but it’s down to us to work hard and try and change that. And the only way we can do it is by doing the basics well and by winning games.” - Match Recap -
Jan 27th on the Livi Post-Match: "We should have see the game out, definitely. We can't keep saying it, all our games are close - one goal or two goals max. Sometimes you have to look at it and see if it's bad luck or just bad play sometimes. During the season people have been saying how bad our season had been, but we've always been ahead of certain teams and people are saying we haven't been having a good season."
Dyer was unhappy after captain Stuart Findlay was forced off injured: "He didn't get booked or anything, it was a foul, A shocking decision from the ref. He [Findlay] came in at half-time and realised he couldn't come out second half, his ankle was sore and he's twisted his hamstring as well, so that's a double blow for us." - Match Recap -
Jan 26th on the Livi Pre-Match: “They are on a great run, they have reached the cup final, but we are ready for it. It is an incredible run and you have to take your hat off to them. Sometimes when you get on a run like that the momentum rises and you go with it. That is what Livingston are doing. They are taking every opportunity when it comes and that is a good feeling when it happens to you. Hopefully it can end on Wednesday night and hopefully we can be the team to do it. I believe there is not much between the two teams even though they are above us at the moment. We feel on our day we are a match for anyone and that’s why I believe in my players. It will be a test for us though I firmly believe we can go there and get a result. I let other people talk and run their mouths off that we are having a bad season. We are in a decent position to pounce as the league is very close and tight. You win two games and you are in the top half and you lose two games and you are down the bottom. I believe we are in a good position and I believe we are reaching an important part of the season. We have a lot of important games coming up in the next few weeks.
Jan 9th on the Accies Post-Match: "Today you saw on the pitch how well they played from start to finish, It could have been a lot more but glad with the 2-0. Kiltie was outstanding with two good goals. Happy days all round. We were quite comfortable most of the afternoon. When we first came here, Kiltie was injured for a long long time. This year, he's come back really fit, he was excellent in pre-season and he's carried it on. Hopefully it's his time to step up and show what he can do." - Match Recap -
Jan 7th 2021 on Brophy Moving On: "He wants to leave, he wants to go, It would be better for him if he goes - that's what he wants to do. I told him it's not up to me now, but the two clubs. Once they figure out the best way to go I can react. If he's here, I'll use him in training but probably not the games because he doesn't want to be here. It's as simple as that."
Jan 2nd on the Buddies Post-Match: "I thought we were comfortable in the game, so it is a sickener, He [Rogers] has been good for us this year, he's been excellent, but that goes down as a mistake. We had points in the bag and we've thrown them away. I'm not blaming Danny - if we put our chances away we win the game. It should have been over at half-time. We had good opportunities to put it to bed." - Match Recap -
Dec 30th on the Racist Letter Sent To Him: ‘It is not going to change the way I think or what I want to do. I give my all for Kilmarnock and I will never ever let someone like that deter me. I don't mind someone telling me to go if they don’t think I’m a good manager - but not about the colour of my skin. It’s not right. It hurts but Kilmarnock are not about that. Everybody here has been great. It is just one individual who doesn't like my colour. It's not new, it doesn't surprise me. But it doesn't represent Kilmarnock Football Club whatsoever. I don't feel good about it, it's not nice. It's in the right hands now and the authorities will deal with it. But it just tells you we've got a long way to go. And we’ll continue taking the knee because there are people out there who don't appreciate what we're doing.’
Well Post-Match: Alex's match comments are captured on the YouTube link inside the - Match Recap -
Dec 28th on his Job Security: "The reality is if you don't win games then it's up to them (the board) to make a decision. That's life, that's football, I am not naive to that situation. I have been in the game long enough. If you don't win enough games, or it don't look like you can win games, then obviously you are going to get moved on. That's facts. But it's not something I am concerned about because I know, while I am here, every day I come in and the players train well. We have still got each other's back, which is a good thing. I have not lost that changing room. So I am all right with that. I want to turn it round, I want to be given time to turn it round, but if the owner, Billy (Bowie), who is a good man, says 'time is time' then I will shake his hand and move on because he is not going to sack me because he wants to sack me, he is going to sack me because the results are not good enough.
Dec 26th on the Livi Post-Match: "You don't need to panic. If Billy [Bowie, Kilmarnock chairman] says tomorrow 'that's time' I'll shake his hand and give him a hug because they've been good to me. It was a hard one to take. I thought we did alright in the second half. They scored with the last kick of the game and that's how it is at the moment. It's a wonderstrike but for us it's a sickener. I've been at this club for, this is my fourth season - we've had two good seasons under the gaffer [Steve Clarke], and I was part of that and it was good, and now we're having a moment now where we have to dig in. We're not going to quit. The players are hurting at the moment but when you're hurt you have to dig deep and find a solution." - Match Recap -
Dec 23rd on the Arabs Post-Match: "We made a lot of errors at the back which we're getting punished for at his present time. Had we started off and got the first goal then it would be a different game. But it's not falling for us at the moment. I told them we've got to keep going and sticking together and hopefully it will change." - Match Recap -
Dec 20th on the Dons Post-Match: Alex's comments are captured on the YouTube link inside the - Match Recap -
Dec 13th on the Celtic Post-Match: "We were well organised in the first half but it went the opposite way after half-time. We could have been 4-0 down after the first 10 minutes of the second half, easy. It's a mental game and we were weak in the second half. We didn't show personality or character." - Match Recap -
Dec 11th on Killie's SFA Appeal (Against the Well Covid Forfiet): "I just hope they'll come to their senses, I like to think they'll be honest with themselves and overturn it. It's not right that you give three points to another team - it doesn't make sense. It doesn't put it in a good light, there was ample time to play the game, When Villa-Newcastle [in the English Premier League] was called off, they came out with a statement saying they hoped everyone was safe and we'll rearrange the game. I'm not saying we are perfect but it's not right we are punished in that way - other teams getting the points and we're losing three goals, which we haven't done in a league game this season."
Dec 5th on the Accies Post-Match: "It was a sending off, rightly so. The penalty has hit him [Haunstrup] on the hand, but it's hard to pull your hand away from two or three yards. We had one in the first half that was exactly the same and he [the referee] didn't give it, so I really don't understand it. If he gives one he should give the other. We go away with nothing, it's not been a great week for the football club. We have to carry on and dig in." - Match Recap -
Nov 21st on the Staggies Post-Match: "It was an excellent performance. The boys to a man really worked really well. They're a good bunch. They dig in, they work hard for each other. Our boys showed what we were all about in terms of team spirit and working hard for each other. I was quite calm when Stuart went off, to be honest, because I know what these players can do. We got a good result against Hamilton with 10 men and it was the same kind of game. We knew what we had to do because we train that way, playing 10 versus nine. Our wide players, Mitch Pinnock and Rory McKenzie, were excellent, Dicker and Aaron Tshibola were brilliant, our back four was tremendous. And Danny Rogers made a great save at just the right time to keep us in the game. Mitch is a very good footballer and he’s had to bide his time since he came here but he’s never once knocked on my door – he just works hard every single day and shows the quality he has. I needed to freshen things up and add some impetus to our play and he did that and, hopefully, he can keep doing it and stay in the team." - Match Recap -
Nov 14th on the Sons Post-Match: "Brophy could have had a hat-trick and it was a good goal and we know he can finish. He just needs a lot more minutes under his belt and he can still do the business. We know what he is capable of and I hope that he can kick on and get back into the Scotland squad. He is a good footballer and a good person and that will come if he works hard and he does the right things on and off the pitch. He has every incentive to get back to international level. I was punching the air when Scotland qualified for the Euros and it is good for this football club and I was delighted for the gaffer and the nation." - Match Recap -
Nov 1st 2020 on the Rangers Post-Match: "We worked hard, especially second half. We showed them a little bit too much respect because they're a good side and they're top of the league. "I don't think we deserved to win but did enough to try and get a point. If we play like that, we'll do alright." - Match Recap - (Includes Alex Dyer video interview).
Oct 24th 2020 on the Hibs Post-Match: "It's a sore one. There wasn't much between the sides and I've had a look at the penalty and I think it was outside (the box). The referee looked away but he says he got it from the linesman." - Match Recap - (Includes Alex Dyer video interview).
Oct 17th 2020 on the Livi Post-Match: “We came here with a job to do and we did it well. We were organised - I've got an honest bunch of footballers who enjoy what they do and want to work hard for this club. They've had two weeks without doing anything and to come in and put in a performance like that is very pleasing. We didn't panic when we went behind, we scored at the right times and that gave us a bit of a lift. We went on and dominated the game, I thought. I didn't feel as though we were really troubled. Dikamona was excellent, that's why I brought him here because he's got experience. He's now given me a question to ponder - do I take him out again? I can rotate and change whenever I need to."
On the Covid-19 Situation: “I don't think what happened to St Mirren today is any surprise - it's happened to us and it's going to happen to many other teams. I hope the ones they have affected are all well and safe. We have to look after one another, and not use what's going on as a blame game. We can play the games anytime, there's no supporters coming in at the moment. The SFA shouldn't be looking at always blaming someone and having enquiries. The whole country's under pressure at the moment and football's part of that." - Match Recap - (Includes Alex Dyer video interview).
Oct 16th on the Livi Pre-Match: "We emailed the league and they said Livi didn’t want to postpone the game so we have to play the game. We’re just asking for a little bit of fairness so players can come back and make sure they’re right for the game whether it’s one or two days down the line and play the game. The truth is everybody looks after their own. It’s disappointing because it would be fair for someone to give us a little bit more time. It could happen to anybody and any football club – and people should help one another. We want to play the game but I don’t want to play if I don’t have enough players. The rules are if you have 13 fit players then you need to play, so we will need to see on that one.”
On the League’s Probe into a potential Covid protocol breach at Rugby Park: “They’re still looking into it. The authorities have been in and had a look around at our facilities and how we do things. As far as I know they’ve said we’ve done the right things. We don’t know how the virus came in, we aren’t going to pinpoint one player and say, ‘He brought it in’, no one knows.”
Oct 12th 2020 on the Pars Lge Cup Tie: "Half of them hadn't even played any reserve team football. With five first team players in, at least we can give Dunfermline an actual football match. I'll work with their coach to see which ones are best placed to make that step up to the first team. With senior players alongside them, they'll be okay." - Match Recap -
On 'Livingston saying no to cancellation': "I asked if we could have the game put back two or three days," That was a no. So we sent an email to the league and they said Livi didn't want to respond again so we have to play the game. It's not great because we're all here to help one another. We're going through a situation in the whole of the country, not just in football. I am asking for a little bit of fairness so my players can come back and make sure they're right for the game. But that's not the case, we have to play the game long as I've got 13 fit players. It is disappointing because it would be fair for someone to give us a little bit more time, because it could happen to any football club."
Oct 1st 2020 on 3 Killie Players Testing Positive for Covid-19: "We thought it was just a bug because of the changing of the weather then we found out three players tested positive, We won't feel sorry for ourselves - it's part of life. We'll train when we are allowed to and do all the things we can. If they let us play the game we'll do the best we can."
Sept 26th on the Saints Post-Match: "We were in control, we managed the game well, we got out goal and we passed the ball very well. We were in control from start to finish, to be honest. The gameplan is to come here and try and win whatever way we can. We've been passing the ball well this season whether we've got good results or not and we believe in what we do, so the main thing is to carry on doing that and hopefully the results will come and the last couple of games they have." - Match Recap -
Sept 25th on BLM Initiative: “It’s about life in general. It’s about the man or woman who is walking down the street and getting abused. It’s about you getting harassed when you shouldn’t be. It’s about getting stopped when you shouldn’t for no reason. That’s what it’s all about. It’s not about me not getting a job or whether I should get one or not in football. It’s about people in everyday life who get harassed for the colour of their skin. It came about because someone lost their life. Not because someone didn’t get a job. Or me not getting a job three years ago somewhere else. Or the next time a black person goes for a job in football. It’s about an everyday person going about their business and someone feeling they have the right to abuse them or take their life. That’s not changed, so we need to carry on. We still need to send a message out there that things aren’t right and keep drumming it in. We need to keep asking for support to get the right things in life. I don’t agree with what they’ve done because I don’t think many things have changed.”
Sept 19th on the Accies Post-Match: “It was an outstanding performance to a man they were brilliant, especially after they went down to ten men. But the ref gave it and the boys just had to get on with it. It would have been easy for the lads to let their heads drop but they didn’t let that happen. I am actually disappointed we didn’t score more because I felt we cut them open at times, especially in the second half. I am standing here smiling because everybody worked so hard. We got the right result in the end.”
On Chris Burke (who assisted both goals) : “Chris has been excellent since he came back to the club and he has formed a good partnership with Gary Dicker.”
On Brophy's Red Card: “It’s a difficult one, I don’t think it was intentional. If he’d got a yellow I’d have said fair enough. I don’t think Brophy went to hurt the lad. - Match Recap -
Sept 12th on the Dons Post-Match: "I thought we played well enough to get something. We had three or four good opportunities in the game and didn't take them. We worked the ball well, especially in the second half, we had them on the back foot a bit but just couldn't capitalise and finish off the good work that we did." - Match Recap -
Aug 29th on the Arabs Post-Match: "Perfect performance, The boys worked hard. It was coming. We played well overall, the boys deserve it and the whole club deserve it. It’s the first time this season I’ve played two up front. I knew we needed to get a result today, so I wanted to be positive. It’s a crucial win, it’s a morale booster. The players believe in what we’re trying to achieve, but we've just not had the rub of the green and we got that today." - Match Recap -
Aug 26th on Stepping Down as Steve Clarke's No Two: "It’s a big wrech. I love working with the gaffer [Steve Clarke] and working for Scotland. It's been a proud moment, but this is my true calling and I have to make sure I do this right and concentrate 100 per cent. I don’t want to let anyone down at Kilmarnock or at Scotland. I spoke to Steve Clarke and we had a good chat about it. He was brilliant about it, he understands and he gave me good advice. He knows I’ve got to concentrate on this, it would be unfair to be on Scotland duty and not be here where I am needed. I have got a good assistant, but it wouldn’t be right. Andy Millen could take charge any time, but it wouldn’t be right as this is my job. It wasn’t an automatic decision, but I always knew that if I got the Killie job it would be hard for me to do both. It wouldn’t be fair for Killie or Scotland, it wouldn’t be right. I don’t want to go there and be thinking about Kilmarnock, especially when we’re in the Betfred Cup. We have to concentrate on those games, the cups are important for us. We want to do the best we can in those games."
Aug 22nd on the Rangers Post-Match: "We have come up against a side who are playing well at the moment and are top of the league. Obviously we would like more points on the board. But the performances have been decent and we need to turn them into results." - Match Recap -
Aug 15th on the Saints Post-Match: "We were comfortable, then the sending-off changed the game. It gave them impetus to get at us. Individual errors have cost us. We were controlling the game, got the goal, and we were fine. And then we went to bits - after the sending-off we crumbled. Even when they got it back to 1-1, we should have seen the game out." - Match Recap -
Aug 12th on the Staggies Post-Match: "I'm happy with the boys. It was a good performance in the second half. We played 10 yards further up the pitch. We scored two good goals and could have had three or four. [On Chris Burke's penalty claim] He [Josh Reid] has pulled his shirt. The linesman should see it. He was through on goal. I don't understand that one. The second one [from goal-bound Kirk Broadfoot header] was definitely handball. They got one with the handball on Burkey when it wasn't really handball. It's a good pointbut by rights we should have had the 3 points, but it is not to be. The performances have been good in all three games." - Match Recap -
Aug 9th on the Celtic Post-Match: "We didn't panic too much after losing the goal and I thought we were quite comfortable. Nicke Kabamba has been brilliant since he joined us. He works hard for the team and he was a joy to watch. He's a handful and he wants to learn and go on to the next level. Chris Burke really believes in this club. He is infectious and the lads love him. It's good for the younger ones to see that kind of attitude every single day." - Match Recap -
Aug 7th on Jake Eastwood's Injury: "That's a blow to us - but also a bigger blow to the young lad, We'll do the best to look after him. We'll have a chat with Sheffield United and see where we go. It's a grade-three tear, which is a big injury. We do have Danny (Rodgers) here though, which is reassuring. He's done well in pre-season. It was harsh on him to not start at Easter Road as he had done well."
Aug 6th on Signing Clevid Dikamona: “Clevid has is a strong defender who has experience in this league and I needed someone who could fit in straight away so I hope he is going to be a good addition to the club.”
Aug 1st on the Hibs Post-Match: “I was disappointed with the manner of the two goals we lost. The first one was a complete rush of blood from the young goalkeeper. It was a mistake but he is a good keeper and he will learn. You see guys in the Premier League do that all the time. That was not the reason I took him off at half-time. He had a problem with his quad and we will have to get it assessed. If he had been fully fit then he would have stayed on the pitch. There were a lot of positives to take from the match despite the result. I thought we showed a lot of spirit after going behind and I thought we controlled the game for long spells. The goal was also something special and I am encouraged by the whole performance. We just need to stop making life hard for ourselves by conceding sloppy goals.” - Match Recap -
July 31st on Re-Signing Aaron Tshibola: “We’re delighted to have Aaron back at the club and he’s a player the supporters already know well. He’s a talented midfielder who I believe can really help improve our squad and it’s great to have him back around the place. The squad has taken shape really nicely, and Aaron’s another piece of the puzzle.”
July 25th on the Final Bounce (Arabs) Match: “I hadn’t even sat down in my seat and we were one goal down but we regrouped after a good 15 minutes and I thought we played well after that. We moved the ball better and created chances. I switched things around in the second half and we got the goal early doors and we had most of the game but it was a good workout for the boys. I’m happy with the work we’ve done this summer. We’ve had a good pre-season and the lads have trained very well. We’re still rusty in areas and it will take time to pass the ball nice and sharply, the way we want to. I’m excited for the next week and the first match against Hibs. It’s about putting out a side that will represent the club and put in a good performance.”
June 19th on his Squad: “The core is there but we do need three to four players to cover certain positions,” (said Dyer, who has put two new goalkeepers at the top of his list.) "The squad is alright. We know it needs help but hopefully I can make it better to make the lads here grow a bit more. Free market. Loan market. That’s where we’re at. We don’t really buy any players. We look and see if we can get the best ones out there who are free, whose contracts are up. The finance isn’t going to be around. Everyone has to take a cut. The budget is going to be cut so we have to adapt and do the best we can. We’re doing our due diligence on players. Hopefully we will get three to four in who will make the ones here go to another level.”
June 15th 2020 on Becoming Permanent Manager: “I’m extremely proud to continue as manager of this wonderful football club and I thank the Board of Directors for the faith they’ve shown me. My passion and desire to lead this club and team has been strengthened during these recent months away from football and I’m looking forward to start working with the team again as we prepare for the season ahead. I’ve always enjoyed a close bond with the fans and I’ve been blown away by how they’ve continued to show their support during the shutdown. This season, starting out without supporters in the stadium, will be unlike any other that I’ve ever known but that continued sense of unity can help carry us through until we’re able to reunite at Rugby Park.” .
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Telephone calls using the telephone numbers provided on this Web Site and email correspondence with Killie FC at the email addresses accessible through, or discernible from, this Web Site may be recorded or monitored. By using such communication methods you are consenting to the recording or monitoring of the same.
The price of calls may vary depending on your telecoms supplier. Please check with your operator for exact charges.
This Web Site is for non-commercial, personal use only. The services contained on this Web Site may be supplied on a commercial basis on payment to Killie FC or its service or product suppliers of its charges from time to time. Please contact us on Email: email@example.com
In the event that you use any of the services contained on this Web Site for commercial use, Killie FC shall be entitled to charge you at its applicable rates in respect of such commercial use.
The copyright in the material contained in this Web Site belongs to Killie FC or its licensed source. Any person may copy any part of this material, subject to the following conditions:
the material may not be used for commercial purposes;
the copies must retain any copyrights or other intellectual property notices contained in the original material;
the products and technology or processes described in this Web Site may be subject to other intellectual property rights reserved by Killie FC or by other third parties with no license granted in respect of those intellectual property rights); images on this Web Site are protected by copyright as its text by IPR and may not be reproduced or appropriated in any manner without the written permission of their respective owner(s).
We reserve the right to change these terms and conditions at any time by posting changes on the Web Site. It is your responsibility to review the Web Site terms and conditions to ensure you are aware of the latest terms and conditions. Your use of this Web Site after a change has been posted will be deemed to signify your acceptance of the modified terms and conditions. We recommend that you print off and retain for your records a copy of these terms and conditions from time to time and a copy of any terms and conditions relating to any product or service which you apply for online, together with any related application form completed and submitted.
Any amendment to terms and conditions must be agreed in writing by us, or, if appropriate, by the relevant company or individual supplier with whom you contract.
Whilst Killie FC has taken due care and attention in the preparation of the contents of this Web Site, this Web Site and the information, names, images, pictures, logos, icons regarding or relating to Killie FC or our products and services marketed on the site (or to third party products and services), are provided on an 'as is' basis without any representation or endorsement being made and without any warranty of any kind, whether express or implied, including but not limited to, any implied warranties of satisfactory quality, fitness for a particular purpose, non-infringement, compatibility, security and accuracy.
To the extent permitted by law, all such terms and warranties are hereby excluded. In no event will Killie FC be liable, whether in contract or tort (including negligence or breach of statutory duty) or otherwise for any losses sustained and arising out of or in connection with use of this Web Site including, without limitation, loss of profits, loss of data or loss of goodwill (in all these cases whether direct or indirect) nor any indirect, economic, consequential or special loss.
Killie FC does not represent that the information contained in this Web Site is accurate, comprehensive, verified or complete, and shall accept no liability for the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this Web Site or for any reliance placed by any person on the information.
Killie FC does not warrant that the functions or materials accessible from or contained in this Web Site will be uninterrupted or error free, that defects will be corrected or that this Web Site or the server that makes it available are virus or bug free or represent the full functionality, accuracy, reliability of the materials.
If any of these Terms and Conditions (or any terms and conditions relating to a product or service referred to in this Web Site) should be determined to be illegal, invalid or otherwise unenforceable by reason of the laws of any state or country in which such terms and conditions are intended to be effective, then to the extent of such illegality, invalidity or unenforceability, and in relation to such state or country only, such terms or condition shall be deleted and severed from the rest of the relevant terms and conditions and the remaining terms and conditions shall survive, remain in full force and effect and continue to be binding and enforceable. Nothing in these terms and conditions shall exclude Killie FC's liability for death or personal injury resulting from negligence of Killie FC.
All Intellectual Property Rights (including, without limitation, all database rights, rights in designs, rights in know-how, patents and rights in inventions (in all cases whether registered or unregistered and including all rights to apply for registration) and all other intellectual or industrial property rights in any jurisdiction) in any information, content, materials, data or processes contained in or to this Web Site belong to Killie FC or its licensed source. All rights of Killie FC in such Intellectual Property Rights are hereby reserved.
Killie FC makes no representation that any product or service referred to on or through the Web Site is appropriate for use, or available in other locations. The information and other materials contained in this Web Site may not satisfy the laws of any other country and those who choose to access this Site from other locations are responsible for compliance with local laws if and to the extent local laws are applicable.
These Terms and Conditions and any terms and conditions relating to products or services described in this Web Site shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of Scotland. Disputes arising in relation to the same shall, unless otherwise expressly agreed, be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Scotland.
Certain (hypertext) links, advertisements or suppliers promotion will lead you to Web Sites that are not under the control of Killie FC. When you activate any of these links, you will leave Killie FC Web Site by opening a new window and we have no control over and will accept no responsibility or liability in respect of the material on any such other Web Site. By allowing links with third party Web Sites Killie FC does not intend to solicit business or offer any security to any person in any country, directly or indirectly.
Every effort will be made to carry out the contract but its due performance is subject to cancellation by Killie FC or to such variation as we may find necessary as a result of inability to secure labour, materials or supplies or as a result of any act of God, War, Strike, Lockout or other labour dispute, Fire, Flood, Drought, Legislation, or other cause (whether of the foregoing class or not) beyond the sellers control.
We have tried to make this website as accessible as possible and easy to use for everyone, regardless of circumstance or ability.
All our page templates comply with the WCAG Priority 2 checkpoints as a minimum requirement. And we make every effort to ensure that all the content on our site meets this standard too. We are making every effort to ensure that we don't exclude any users. For example:
We try to publish all our text content as accessible HTML rather than in other formats such as PDF. Where we do publish PDFs or other formats our policy is to make them as accessible as we can.