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  1. Signed a one year deal. That’s defence covered. The club is pleased to announce the arrival of Clevid Dikamona on a one-year deal, subject to Scottish FA approval. The central defender, who most recently played for Hearts, will add to Alex Dyer’s defensive options after agreeing a contract with Killie until the summer of 2021. Clevid, 30, is excited to return to the Scottish Premiership after returning to his native France at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. He said: “I feel very happy to be here, it’s a real pleasure to be back playing football after everything that has been happening over the past few months. “I know some of the lads from my time playing against them and I know how the team like to play so hopefully I can really add something to the squad.” Alex Dyer said: “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.”
  2. I see the League Cup groups are drawn on Monday. I assume these games will be PPV for season ticket holders as they are not usually included. Hope we avoid Ayr for once. Would hate to miss out being there.
  3. Nobody in the Record, not even Gordon Bloody Parks, has tipped us for relegation.
  4. Another keeper linked.
  5. Photos are appearing here throughout the game:- https://snsgroupportal.co.uk/fotoweb/archives/5002-SNS-Images/?25=killie
  6. Jamie MacDonald’s signed for Raith Rovers.
  7. Gone. “Mutually agreed compensation”
  8. Why would we let him go for nothing? They’ve got £250k for Nisbet. £50k For Thomas would be very helpful right now.
  9. Local reporter thinks it’s a likely move. Good.
  10. King

    Club Shop

    We were warned!!!
  11. I phoned to renew mine and was told that when the club know the date we are allowed back into Rugby Park, they will contact holders to see if they want a plastic card or if they are happy with the phone app. Also said that last year’s plastic cards are now defunct as they are issuing new barcodes.
  12. 'I knew this was make or break': Danny Whitehall was wanted by teams across the EFL after taking gamble by joining non-League Maidenhead after leaving the USA... now he's been hit by a cruel twist of fate as the coronavirus crisis means future is unclear This was a make-or-break year and it was starting to take shape rather nicely for Danny Whitehall. Back in England after becoming a college soccer star in the United States, Whitehall had burst into the team at Maidenhead United and his goals in the National League were demanding attention from many clubs at higher levels. There were clubs from the Championship, League One and League Two monitoring the 6ft 3ins centre-forward, keen to know where he had come from and whether he might be the next Rickie Lambert or Jamie Vardy. Danny Whitehall made a gamble with his career this year but it was shaping up well for him There was strong interest from clubs in the top tiers of Holland, Denmark, Sweden and Scotland, and from as far afield as Australia. At 24, Whitehall was ready to step into professional football. Then the coronavirus pandemic brought football to a sudden and grinding halt, and clubs in the National League voted to end the season, although they are yet to resolve exactly what will happen regarding promotion and relegation. Whitehall's contract at Maidenhead expired at the end of April as many contracts do at that level. He has no income and those clubs circling to sign him are unable to offer him a deal because they cannot be sure when they will next play football and have no idea what size of budget they might have to work with. It is a cruel twist for Whitehall who was released after eight years by Liverpool at the age of 16 and released after a YTS at Rochdale at 18. Whitehall battling for the ball while playing for Maidenhead in the National League His father Steve Whitehall had scored goals for a living, for six years at Rochdale and, later, at Mansfield, Oldham, Chester and Southport. But Danny declined options in non-league and headed to the US where he studied marketing for four years at Hastings College in Nebraska and scored 93 goals in 72 games, firing them to the NAIA title in 2016. Southend offered him a contract last year and he flew to England ready to sign at Roots Hall only to find out when he landed that Chris Powell had been sacked and the offer had disappeared. Maidenhead boss Alan Devonshire signed him up and was rewarded as Whitehall adjusted quickly to the level and scored 14 goals in the National League. 'I knew this was make or break,' said Whitehall. 'My girlfriend Jill stayed in Nebraska and we agreed if nothing happened for me I would go back to the US at the end of this season and get a normal job. 'But if I could prove I could play at this level and was able to sign somewhere full-time she would come here and I would pursue my professional career. I'm feel I'm ready to make the step now that I've proved I can score goals in the National League. He worked with Maidenhead manager Alan Devonshire and had impressed under him 'But we're waiting because no-one knows what will happen with contracts. Or even what teams will be able to offer contracts.' Maidenhead have not played since mid-March and Whitehall has been trying to keep fit while living near Warrington with his parents who are both working for the NHS. Mum Liz is a palliative care nurse in the community, working flat out in these times of high stress, and Dad Steve is a physio. 'It's a worrying and anxious time,' said Whitehall, an ocean apart from his girlfriend with no pay coming in and his career in the balance, while concerned about his parents as they go about their work, what should have been the big break has turned into something very different.
  13. I put it down to the ball constantly being 20 feet above his head.
  14. Confirmed. Two year deal. Great move.
  15. There’s no free u16 tickets. What are the club selling for season 2020/2021? As soon as fans are allowed back safely to the stadium then your seat will be there ready for you for 19 home league matches. While fans are not allowed into Rugby Park due to government guidelines, our season pass will allow you to watch all home league matches live through our virtual season pass platform. We will release full details of how to watch the stream of matches as soon as possible. If we can’t give you 19 full league games in the stadium in 2020/21 then you will have the chance to claim a credit for the value of the matches missed, which will be deducted from the cost of your package for season 2021/22. What other benefits do I get with this pass? 10% off club shop items (T&Cs apply) Regular e-newsletter with exclusive content, Killie Shop and sponsor offers Exclusive prize draw entry throughout the season How can I buy my 2020/2021 season pass? Existing Season Pass holders will receive an email link to renew for 2020/21 and can do so by following this guide. If you would like to buy a 2020/21 Season Pass and you are not an existing holder then simply follow these steps. This option will be available from Monday, June 15. What can I do if I cant renew online? If you are having difficulties renewing online or over the phone then you can contact our ticket office on 01563 545 311 (open Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm) or drop us an email on tickets@kilmarnockfc.co.uk and someone from the team will be in touch. We want the process to be as simple as possible but with government guidelines and social distancing measures in place, unfortunately we are unable to accommodate drop in facilities at the stadium at this time. If you really need to see us in person, then please email asking for an appointment and we will be in touch to advise a suitable time. How long will the club hold existing season ticket seats? Your seat will be held until 31/07/2020 Are any finance options available? We have renewed our partnership with V12 Finance and under the agreement, season pass holders will be offered a five or nine-month option to pay for their season pass in installments. We will release more information on how to apply through V12 as soon as possible. When will fans be allowed back into Rugby Park? Under the Scottish Government’s Coronavirus Framework document, live events with restricted numbers and physical distancing restrictions can take place in Phase 3. A further relaxation in line with public health guidelines would be possible in Phase 4, but we want to see you back as soon as possible. Why are there no free Under 16 passes? The club took the extremely difficult decision to postpone this offer, as under the new agreement the club will be billed a monthly rate per season pass holder regarding access to the virtual streaming platform. We remain committed to encouraging and inspiring the next generation of supporters by offering our U16 Season Pass (which works out at £3.68 per home league match) as well as continuing our Moffat Family package, which covers two adults and two U16s. Where can I find Season Pass Terms and Conditions? You can find TicketCo’s full terms and conditions and our Club T&C’s here.

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