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  1. The KFCSA Committee regret to announce that the Player of The Year dance due to be held on the 4th April will be postponed. Given the current worldwide issues the committee feel this is the right thing to do and will wait until the situation with the corona virus has cleared before arranging a new date. Anyone who has paid for tickets can contact any committee member who will arrange for refund to be given. We hope that all who have bought tickets will attend when we set new date. KFCSA would like to thank Gordon Anthony of The Park Hotel, Gavin Wallace, Dave Mcphail and Chris Kyle who have been very understanding of this situation. We hope that they will be able to attend the rearranged date whenever that may be. We are in unchartered waters and hope that all will be understanding in a situation which is outwith our control. KFCSA committee
  2. KFCSA are once again angered and outraged at the behaviour of away supporters at Rugby Park on Sunday. Instead of talking about the game we are all talking about off field issues. Fans are entitled to celebrate their team scoring but entering the field of play is totally unacceptable. Kilmarnock fans have voted with their feet in recent years by staying away from such games and once again people can see why. The Kilmarnock Board have done everything they can to entice fans back to these games and have been vindicated by double the normal Kilmarnock support at yesterday’s game when compared to attendances at similar games over the last few years. Their job is not made any easier by these away teams fans continued misbehaviour and an apparent total disregard to the laws of the land. It is time the football authorities stamped down on this continued behaviour which seems to happen at most grounds in the SPFL. KFCSA hopes this is a watershed moment and something is actually done by the footballing authorities. Having spoken to the club we know that they are investigating the matter fully with the following being a priority The destruction of our disabled section roof by a section of Rangers supporters was totally unacceptable and it is only through luck that nobody was seriously injured in this incident. We fully expect Rangers to pay for the damage caused. Rangers fans forced open the gate at the Chadwick Stand – this too is totally unacceptable. The possibility of duplicate tickets is one of a number of factors that we are investigating. A meeting has been set up between the club and Police and G4S and will take place later this week. We’d welcome Rangers’ involvement and with their help, anyone who took part in the vandalism of the disabled section will be banned from Rugby Park. The Board are looking at a series of measures to try and eradicate the potential for pitch incursions, including the possibility of netting in the lower rows of the Chadwick Stand. There will be no return to giving Old Firm supporters two stands and we remain committed to attracting families and all Killie supporters to cheer on their team in these matches. Iain Sherry KFCSA Chairman
  3. Highlights from the KFCSA's Player of the Year Dance for 2018-19 in the Park Hotel. Alan Power gets the top prize with Chris Burke, Scott Boyd & Greg Taylor also receiving awards. Huge thanks to Chris Kyle for this! #WeAreKillie #Killie150 #WeAppreciatePower
  4. Statement from the KFCSA on pyrotechnics.... #Killie150 #WeAreKillie
  5. The KFCSA are pleased that for the second year in conjunction with the Football Club, EACHa and the Salvation Army there will be a bring a gift day on the 15th December against Dundee where Killie fans can show their generosity and donate gifts for kids in East Ayrshire whom otherwise may not receive presents on Christmas morning.
  6. Confidemus93 Blog: One to Eleven with Borja Pérez CLICK HERE
  7. The Supporters’ Association give notice of this year’s AGM CLICK HERE
  8. KFCSA’s Iain Sherry talks to the man who had the hardest shot in Scottish football…George Maxwell. CLICK HERE
  9. The Best Defender We Never Had...Neill Collins CLICK HERE
  10. Calum McGhee’s Confidemus93 Blog: One to Eleven with Jérôme Vareille CLICK HERE
  11. The KFCSA Player of the Year 2018 Awards and Dinner Dance, including a photo gallery with some of your snaps from the night. Massive thanks to Precision Tooling for their sponsorship, to all the players and staff, and especially the fans who made it the night it was. CLICK HERE
  12. Calum McGhee talks to Rory McKenzie about life at Killie CLICK HERE
  13. Calum McGhee joins the KillieFC.com team and has published his latest Condidemus93 blog today. One to Eleven with Manuel Pascali is live now, don't forget to tell us what you think! CLICK HERE You can find the rest of Calum's Blog HERE and the original is HERE
  14. KillieFC TV interview with ’97 Cup Hero David Bagan, all there this time! CLICK HERE

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