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  1. https://kilmarnockfc.co.uk/news/arborath-ticket-information/
  2. https://kilmarnockfc.co.uk/news/third-kit-and-goalkeeper-shirt-in-store-now/
  3. Potentially some interesting loan options amongst this lot. Vasilis Barkas, Brandon Barker, Matty Kennedy, Scott Allan, Jamie Walker, Benjamin Siegrist. Barkas: It's safe to say the move to Celtic hasn't worked out for Vasilis Barkas. There were high hopes for the Greek goalkeeper after he arrived from AEK Athens last summer, but things haven't worked out after the £5million move. He was offered a second chance after a nightmare debut campaign by Ange Postecoglou, but was quickly replaced by new recruit Joe Hart after early-season errors. He doesn't even appear to be the Australian's second choice with Scott Bain named on the bench since the arrival of the England cap. Reports had suggested that Barkas could be offered a lifeline in Greece or Italy, but a bid failed to materialise. Now the stopper is stuck in limbo at Parkhead, and club chiefs must be desperate to offload the costly flop Barker Winger Barker dropped to the fringes of Steven Gerrard ’s squad last season as the champions surged towards an unbeaten league campaign, and was sent south of the border on loan to Oxford. However, when he returned former Hibs and Manchester City player he finds himself further down the pecking order with the addition of Scott Wright and Fashion Sakala. The likes of Jordan Jones, who was in a similar position to Barker, have been moved on but the 24-year-old remains on the books at Ibrox. Having netted three goals in 23 games during his spell in English League One he would have hoped to be offered a chance in Govan or elsewhere, but a transfer exit option didn't arrive. Maybe a move before the loan window deadline awaits? Barker will hope so. Kennedy This summer, Aberdeen outcast Matty Kennedy looked to be on the brink of an exit from Pittodrie. St Mirren were interested in Northern Ireland international as they looked to bolster their attacking options. A move to Paisley never got over the line and he now remains on the sidelines in the Granite City. Having not made an appearance for Aberdeen so far this season it seems unlikely he will be given a chance by Stephen Glass. It's a tough situation for the winger as he looks to somehow break into the manager's plans. Allan Playmaker Allan was shipped out of Hibs on loan to Inverness CT for the second half of last season as he continued to step up his return from a heart condition that kept him out of action for five months. Having returned to Easter Road, he has been used sparingly be Jack Ross so far this season, with four of his five run-outs coming off the bench. The 29-year-old will have been still holding out hope for a second chance in the capital, but he was offered as a makeweight in the 11th hour move to bring Jamie McGrath in from St Mirren. Allan now has another uphill battle to make his claim for a first-team spot once again. Walker Sporting director Joe Savage has confirmed Hearts are interested in former Rangers winger Barrie McKay - and that could be a major blow for Jamie Walker. The winger is yet to be handed a start by Robbie Neilson since their return to the Premiership, with Tynecastle chiefs clearly looking at alternative options. If McKay does put pen to paper, it would push the 29-year-old down to fourth choice on the list of wide men on Gorgie. His pre-season and start to the campaign has been hampered by an ankle knock, so Walker will be desperate to prove himself in the top flight again. Siegrist Siegrist is in the final years of his contract and has been linked with a big move out of Dundee United. The stopper was subject of a failed bid from Ipswich in the window, and having picked up a mystery injury he has lost his starting spot to Northern Ireland cap Trevor Carson. The Tractor Boys have now tabled a six figure bid that the Tannadice club has knocked back, and now his future is up in the air with the goalkeeper free to negotiate with with other clubs from January. Plenty of question marks surround both the player and the club's stance. https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/6-premiership-players-limbo-celtic-24896993
  4. St Johnstone finally getting their Finnish striker registered, could potentially free up Callum Hendry for a loan deal.
  5. Tenuous I know, but Jamie Gullan has started following us on Twitter.
  6. TW saying two deals agreed with players and their agents, then possibly more loan signings can come in after that.
  7. TW saying two deals agreed with players and their agents, then possibly more loan signings can come in after that.
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