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    St Mirren Away

    I was in at 9am, there was maybe 50 tickets left, Elsie said the club have asked for more but didn't think St Mirren would give us any......
  2. Tickets are now on sale for our Halloween trip to Ibrox to take on Rangers. The match on Wednesday, October 31 kicks off at 7.45pm as Steve Clarke's men face Steven Gerrard's team for the first time in league duty this term. Tickets can be purchased at The Killie Shop at Rugby Park or The Killie Zone on Nelson Street. Adult - £27 Concession (Over 65s, 16 and 17 year olds) - £20 Junior (U16s) £9 Wheelchair disabled - Adult £14, Concession £10 and Juniors £5 with companion free of charge
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    Boyd Testimonial

    We are delighted to announce that Kris Boyd’s Testimonial Match will take place at Rugby Park on Saturday 17th November 2018, with a 1pm kick off. The day will celebrate Kris’ outstanding contribution to Killie, marking his journey through our player pathway to one of the leading strikers in our club’s history with 135 goals to date. Taking place during the November international break, the match will see a Kilmarnock Heroes XI, packed with familiar faces who have played a part in Kris’ story, take on a Rangers Euro XI. Killie fans will be treated to a spectacle on the pitch with some much-loved figures returning to pull on the blue and white stripes one more time. Kris will make donations to charities of his choice at the end of the testimonial year. Further announcements will follow with ticket prices and sales information as well as teasers of the star-studded line-up. Follow the testimonial Twitter page @BoydyOfficial for the latest updates.
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    Happy Sir Steve Clarke Day

    Steve Clarke celebrates his first anniversary as Kilmarnock manager and we sat down with him to discuss the past year. Since watching Killie beat Partick Thistle 2-0 at Firhill, Steve led the club to fifth place in the Scottish Premiership with our club record points total in the three points for a win era.....
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    KCST

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    Stephen O'Donnell

    Sportsound It's not been a great performance. It's been as difficult as I thought it would be if we didn't play at a high enough level. We've been caught in behind the wing-backs on each side. Stephen O'Donnell and Andy Roberston aren't getting forward but aren't getting back either. The midfield has been really disappointing. All around it's been a performance that Alex McLeish will not be too happy with. He may have to tinker, and if Stephen O'Donnell is injured he may have go to a back four to stop them going into the wide areas. ffs......
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    Kilmarnock Poppy Pins

    Got 3 delivered today....
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    Jordan jones

    Following internal discussion, the club can confirm we will not challenge the Notice of Complaint submitted against Jordan Jones following our victory over Dundee. Jordan is adamant that he did not carry out an act of simulation, nor did he claim for a penalty kick or intend to deceive the referee. However, as part of the judicial panel system, this charge has been brought after former referees considered the evidence and whilst we have every right to deny the allegation we are not inclined to on this occasion as we had no additional substantive evidence to submit for consideration. Jordan will now be suspended for our upcoming Ladbrokes Premiership matches away to St Mirren on October 20 and at home to Hamilton on October 27.
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    Aaron Tshibola

    Kilmarnock FC midfielder Aaron Tshibola will be absent for the DRC Leopards' double confrontation against the Zimbabwe Warriors because of an administrative problem. Having already worn the jersey of the under-18 team of England, it is FIFA has not yet authorized to play for his country of origin after selection from coach Florent Ibenge. Aaron Tshibola was honored for the first selection with the Leopards in a friendly match against Tanzania (2-0 defeat).
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    Vacancy at Parkhead

    With John Terry rumoured to be going as his assistant after announcing his retirement from playing yesterday......
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    Line up team face Dundee

    Have to agree, was chatting with my mates in the pub last night, we were all in agreement someone is due a pumpin in the next few weeks.
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    SC's Pre-Dundee Presser

    Steve Clarke says Killie are reaping the benefits of Greg Stewart's determination to get his career back on track as the forward prepares to return to Dundee. The forward has started his Killie career with three goals in four games since joining on a season-long loan from Birmingham City. As Stewart prepares to face his old side at Dens Park, the Killie boss expressed his pleasure at the attacker's form. He said: "Greg has been a little bit frustrated with his time down at Birmingham, he didn't quite get the opportunities that certainly his talents deserve but sometimes that happens in football. "He came back up to Aberdeen last year and was involved a lot but didn't quite hit the heights he was hoping for. "However, he's come in here very determined to get his career back on track and at the moment we are reaping the benefits of that." While Killie secured a 3-1 triumph against Motherwell, Neil McCann's men defeated Hamilton 2-0 in Lanarkshire. It's Killie's first trip to Tayside since a 0-0 draw at Dens Park in November 2017 but the Rugby Park boss isn't reading much into Dundee's place at the foot of the Premiership table. "It was obviously big for them last weekend to get their first win of the season," he said. "I'm sure they have had a decent week in training and feel better about themselves. They will approach the game positively. "Neil has got a lot of talented players there and they play good football. It will be a difficult challenge for us. "But it's still only their first win, so the pressure is still on them. They have to try to back it up, they have to try to win again. "So there is still pressure there. They haven't won at home and we go there in reasonable form looking to continue a half-decent run, so it should be a decent game."
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    Stephen O'Donnell

    That'll be Ronnie nullified in the Portugal game then......

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