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  1. David Watson has signed a professional deal with the club until 2023. The Youth Academy player, who is from Prestwick, has featured at the heart of our U18s side this season having been part of our victorious Club Academy Scotland Cup winning side in June. David was joined by his parents and U18s coach Craig Clark as he put pen to paper on his contract.
  2. Wow, where did that come from ?
  3. Oliver Shaw signed confirmed 👏
  4. Fraser Murray has joined the Rugby Park rebuild after signing a two-year contract with Killie, subject to Scottish FA approval. The midfielder made a big impression on his last visit to Rugby Park, scoring twice against Killie in the League Cup during his loan spell with Dunfermline. Now the 22-year-old has set his sights on winning over the home fans after joining from Hibernian. An Academy graduate at Easter Road, Fraser is looking forward to settling into his new surroundings in Ayrshire. He said: “I’m delighted to join Kilmarnock. “I felt it was the right time to take on a new challenge and the size of the club means I think this is the perfect place for me to be. “I like to get on the ball and make things happen including chipping in with goals. I like to play passes, be direct and get balls into the box.” Tommy Wright said: “Fraser is someone I’ve been aware of since he broke onto the scene at Hibs. He had other options but he made it clear that he wanted to come here. “He’s a good age, has ability, is quick and goes past people. He’s got experience in this league so nothing will be new to him and is part of that blend of youth and experience that we’re building here.
  5. Rumarn Burrell has joined Killie after signing a season-long loan deal from Middlesbrough, subject to international clearance. The 20-year-old forward will add to Tommy Wright’s attacking options after arriving in Ayrshire this week ahead of the start of our cinch Championship campaign. Rumarn made his ‘Boro debut in January this year before moving to Bradford City for the remainder of the 2020/21 season. He becomes our second arrival from Boro after the signing of Zach Hemming on loan earlier this summer. The Killie manager said: “He’s a young striker and Paul Stephenson brought him to my attention. We’ve watched him and had good reports about him. “He’s quick, strong and decent in front of goal and will stretch teams as well and he should be fine to be added to the squad for Monday’s game.”
  6. Interesting addition If true ## Kilmarnock are set to confirm the signing of former Hearts star Dylan McGowan. The Aussie-born defender - brother of 2012 Tynecastle Scottish Cup hero Ryan - has been capped once for his country and has been back in his homeland playing for Western Sydney Wanderers. But SunSport understands that the 29-year-old - who played for the Tynecastle men in the 3-2 League Cup final defeat to St Mirren in 2013 - is set for a second stint in the Scottish game. Killie boss Tommy Wright is bolstering his squad for their promotion campaign and the right-sided defender fits the bill.
  7. Was on Sportsound today saying he doesn't have anything to say. He's still considering his future. He says he has nothing to tell the Kilmarnock fans but he says with the decision you need to 'step back and take the emotion out of it'. To me that sounds like he'll take the better offer of a premiership offer like a St Mirren move.
  8. https://kilmarnockfc.co.uk/news/sam-walker-joins-killie-on-two-year-deal/
  9. Kilmarnock are set to sign Liam Polworth. The midfielder will sign a two-year deal at Rugby Park. The 26-year-old is a free agent after leaving Motherwell in the summer. Polworth had interest from Scotland and England but Killie have won the fight. Killie expects Polworth to add even more creativity in their promotion push back to the Premiership. Boss Tommy Wright has rebuilt his squad after the major disappointment of relegation. Wright has already been busy signing Zach Hemming, Euan Murray, Jason Naismith, Jack Sanders, Chris Stones, Blair Alston, Daniel Lyons, Stephen McGinn, Fraser Murray and Scott Robinson.
  10. Kilmarnock are closing in on a deal for Jason Naismith as the summer rebuild in Ayrshire gathers pace. Killie boss Tommy Wright is set to agree a deal for the full-back, who has been a free agent after leaving Ross County in the summer. The 26-year-old has a wealth of experience from his time at St Mirren, Peterborough and a loan spell at Hibs last year. Wright is also set to re-sign goalkeeper Colin Doyle, who spent last season on loan in Ayrshire from Hearts. The big Irishman is now a free agent after his contract at Tynecastle expired and Wright has offered him a dual role as keeper and goalkeeping coach. He will take over from long-serving goalkeeping coach Billy Thomson. The former Rangers and Dundee goalkeeper first started working at Killie in 2007. Wright, himself a former shot-stopper will bring in another keeper as No. 1 with Doyle as back-up. Killie currently have no senior goalkeepers on the books after both Doyle and Danny Rogers left following relegation to the Championship. https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-transfer-news/colin-doyle-set-kilmarnock-return-24318394
  11. Brad Lyons wants to lead another promotion push with Killie just weeks after helping Morecambe move on up in England. The midfielder has agreed a two-year deal with Killie following his summer exit from Blackburn Rovers. Brad helped Morecambe gain promotion to League One last season and has enjoyed a taste of the Scottish game during a 2019 loan spell with St Mirren. An emerging talent in his homeland with Coleraine, the Northern Irishman’s form earned him a move to Ewood Park. Now he wants to play his part in Killie’s promotion bid. Brad said: “It feels brilliant to be a Kilmarnock player and I’m so thankful to the manager for bringing me to such a big club. He’s really well known and respected in Northern Ireland and it was a no brainer to come and play under him. “I had a great run with Morecambe and to experience Wembley. It was a great experience and one I’ll never forget and hopefully we can experience promotion here too. “I’m an all-round midfielder. I don’t mind doing the defensive duties and then trying to get forward as much as possible. Hopefully I can help the team and add more goals to my game.” Tommy Wright said: “He’s a strong player with plenty of energy and he’s another who is a good age. He had options but this was where he wanted to be so I’m glad to get Brad in. “He’s a box-to-box midfielder and I do feel that one area that we can help him with is to get him back to what he did in the Irish League, which was score goals. “He had a good scoring record with Coleraine, had a decent loan at St Mirren and did well at Morecambe last year.”
  12. Jason Naismith believes it is an exciting time to join Kilmarnock after becoming the latest player to join Tommy Wright’s Rugby Park rebuild, subject to Scottish FA approval. The full back has signed a one-year deal with Killie as we aim for an immediate return to the Scottish Premiership. Having started his career with St Mirren, the 26-year-old has top flight experience with both Ross County and Hibernian in between a spell in England with Peterborough United. He said: “I’m raring to go. My mind was made up as soon as I spoke to the manager and I wanted to be part of what he is building and I’m looking forward to my time here. “You are always learning as a player and I’m excited to work with the manager. I’m still young in football terms and there’s obviously so much potential at this club. “I can’t wait for the season to get underway.” Tommy Wright added: “I’ve known Jason since I’ve been in Scotland and he’s an excellent player. “As soon as we spoke to him and his agent, there were no qualms about having to step down a league and I think that’s really important. He’ll bring experience and a lot of quality. “I’m trying to build a squad with competition all over the pitch because 11 players alone won’t get us back to where we want to be. We’re going to need competition and defensively with the seven players that we have then I think that is pretty strong.”
  13. Killie’s most talented youngsters have agreed new contracts to remain at Rugby Park. Tomas Brindley, Kyle Connell and Curtis Lyle have joined Steven Warnock in putting pen to paper on fresh terms ahead of the 2021/22 season. Tomas made his first team debut against Rangers in August before enjoying a fruitful loan spell with Dumbarton, helping the Sons to retain their League One status. Kyle Connell was handed his first team debut in a 6-0 Scottish Cup win over Queen’s Park in January 2020, making an impression with a lively cameo. The forward made a great impact at Airdrieonians, scoring six goals in 27 matches as the Diamonds reached the Championship play-off final. Goalkeeper Curtis Lyle has enjoyed involvement with the first team, making the bench on six occasions over the past two seasons. They join creative midfielder Warnock, who extended his Killie stay until 2023 last week following first team appearances in both the League Cup and Scottish Cup. Euan Deveney is also set to remain in Ayrshire for the new campaign following last season’s loan spell with League One Falkirk. Contracted Youngsters Tomas Brindley, Harry Broun, Kyle Connell, Fergus Dee, Justin Devenny, Curtis Lyle, Michael Mullen, Kenny Sloan, Ross Smith, Steven Warnock
  14. TOMMY WRIGHT wants Euan Murray to help lead Kilmarnock straight back up to the Premiership. The Rugby Park boss is looking for leaders as he looks to turn the Ayrshire club around - and fast. And Dunfermline captain Murray, out of contract this summer, fits the bill. The 27-year-old has already decided to move on from the East End Park club after two years. And Dundee, who sent Killie down by winning their play-off final, are also keen on the defender. Premiership rivals St Mirren have also expressed an interest in the ex-Raith man. But Wright has funds to play with after he released 14 players in the wake of his side’s drop down. He knows Murray is a goal threat too, with nine goals in 44 games for the Fifers. And with Killie having pledged to keep the same playing budget he is confident of striking a deal. Kilmarnock will be playing in the second tier following their Premiership play-off defeat to Dundee. The Ayrshire men lost 2-1 in the first leg at Dens Park before suffering defeat by the same score in the return. "I'm gutted for the fans as well and to be honest I want to apologise to the fans for our performances this year getting us into the position that we're in. "But at the moment, I'm stuck for words. It's been a tough season for us all to get through. "But we're going to bounce back." https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/sport/football/7167974/kilmarnock-dunfermline-euan-murray-tommy-wright/amp/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter&__twitter_impression=true
  15. Current favourites to sign brandon Pierrick on loan from Crystal Palace. Now thats some great recruitment
  16. So Lafferty has rejected terms last minute with that Romanian club. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/football/international/kyle-laffertys-romania-move-collapses-as-striker-rejects-offer-from-sepsi-40078980.html 🤔 🤔 🤔