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    Adam Frizzell

    Back to Killie in a few weeks......
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    Would you rather

    1-0 Livvy 46 mins
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    Over 2,000 ST's sold....

    She's the girl you contact for sponsorship, hospitality etc, from experience, she also sorted out a ticketing issue I had at the start of last season. I've had a few dealings with her recently and always had a positive result.
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    Would you rather

    Here's a wee quote from a Livvy fan, last night on P&B, ahead of today's playoff...... "Nerves are well and truly starting to kick in ahead of this tomorrow. Expecting a good turnout from us, which is unusual......" Judging by other posts on the thread they would bring no more fans than Ross County do to away games.
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    Over 2,000 ST's sold....

    Kilmarnock's season ticket sales are almost three times what they were 12 months ago - thanks to the feel-good factor brought back by manager Steve Clarke. "By Thursday, we'd sold 2,710 books, compared to just 1,016 at this time last year," says the club's commercial boss Christine Cuthbertson. "The job Steve has done has played a huge part in that." (Sunday Mail, print edition)
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    A year ago today

    19/05/2017....... Former Chairman Michael Johnston has today resigned from his positions as a Director and the Company Secretary of Kilmarnock FC. He is also standing down from the Board of the Kilmarnock Community Sports Trust ("KCST") on which he represented the Club. Michael became a Director and the Company Secretary in 2002 and served as Chairman for ten years between 2005 and 2015 during which time the Club won its first League Cup in 2012, having also reached the final in 2007. When Michael took over as Chairman and majority shareholder the Club had around £13m of debt. Aided by a number of high value transfer fees which he personally negotiated, Michael gradually reduced this while maintaining the Club's competitive position in the top tier of Scottish league football. In March 2014 Michael completed a transformational restructuring of the Club's finances which delivered the arm’s length sale of The Park Hotel for full market value, with the proceeds going towards reducing the Club’s bank debt of £9m and Billy Bowie acquiring the balance of the bank debt and converting this into equity in the Club, combined with the permanent write-off by former Chairman Jamie Moffat of the balance of his loans to the Club, which originally totalled £1.8m. The outcome was the elimination of almost £11m of debt from the Club's balance sheet. In the wake of that, Michael introduced a new Board of Directors and stood down as Chairman in 2015. He also formed KCST, a registered charity, to run the Club's community department in a more financially efficient manner. Michael commented: "It has been an honour to serve Kilmarnock FC in various capacities over the last fifteen years. I have been fortunate to meet so many interesting people through football and greatly enjoyed serving on the Council of the Scottish FA for over ten years and the Board of the Scottish Premier League during the historic amalgamation with the Scottish Football League in 2013. There have been many challenges to confront along the way and these have taken their toll on not only me but also my family, to whom I extend my heartfelt thanks for their unqualified support. The recent loss of my wife Joanne, who was my greatest source of inspiration and encouragement at all times, has prompted my decision to retire from all active duties at the club and I look forward to attending Rugby Park as a committed supporter in future, unburdened of the worries of the past. I wish Billy Bowie and John Kiltie the very best of luck and good judgement in running the Club, ably supported by Club Secretary Kirsten Callaghan who was a key member of staff during my time as Chairman. I also wish to record my thanks to all the members of staff, past and present, the shareholders and the supporters who have supported me and the Club so enthusiastically over the years. The Club is now in a healthy position to advance in Scottish football and register even greater success." One year on, what's your verdict on BB & the boards first year in charge?
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    Stadium Renovations

    Was sitting next to it on Sunday, the hospitality box appears to be finished with the building works internally, a lot of fixtures & fitting sitting bubble wrapped waiting to be installed.
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    Stadium Renovations

    With the close season now under way, work has begun on renovations around Rugby Park. We are upgrading our sound system in the East Stand, Moffat Stand and Chadwick Stand ahead of the 2018/19 season in order to improve the match day experience for supporters. The Executive Club will be completely refurbished and relaunched going into the new campaign, providing an exclusive club with a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. As we prepare to mark our 150th anniversary in 2019, our boardroom will also receive a facelift this summer with the new look reflecting Killie’s proud history and tradition. Further details will be released across the close season.
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    Incomings and outgoings.

    O'Hara's dad tweeted it was nonsense last night.
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    Kris Boyd

    Taken from the SPFL end of season report..... 18 – Kris Boyd finished the 2017/18 season as top scorer in the Ladbrokes Premiership, netting 18 goals for fifth-placed Kilmarnock. Boyd became the first ever Killie player to finish as top scorer in the top flight, although he did previously finish as top scorer in 2005/06 after spending the first half of the season at Rugby Park before joining Rangers. This is Boyd’s fifth time as top goalscorer in the Scottish top flight, drawing him level with Henrik Larsson, and just one behind record holder Robert Hamilton, who finished top scorer with Rangers on six occasions between 1897/98 and 1904/05. Boyd has now scored a total of 220 goals in the Scottish top flight, placing him 15th on the all-time list and fourth in the post-1945 charts. Read more at https://spfl.co.uk/news/article/season-in-numbers/#TuylWqcGIvJlKoHZ.99
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    Over 2,000 ST's sold....

    The club issued a tweet reminding fans it's the last day of early bird one prices, an hour ago, no mention of the shop being open beyond normal hours unlike yesterday's one.

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