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1 hour ago, The Killie Trust said:

Goes ahead as planned. James Fowler in the building!

See you at 7...

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Great night lots of things happening James Fowler spoke very well about his role and Cathy who does a great job spoke about all other things. Get involved with the trust everything that’s raised goes back into the club. 

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The trust are doing great work. By the sounds of it more good stuff to come. Hopefully they’ll continue to see a rise in numbers

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Did anyone ask questions about the transfer window shambles, manager situation etc ?

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4 minutes ago, C4mmy31 said:

Did anyone ask questions about the transfer window shambles ?

Yes. Fowler used a variety of not overly positive words to describe it. Tshibola did the dirty on us and possibly his agent. He was talking regularly to the manager and basically agreed a deal, was due to come to Scotland and then went with another agent to Portugal. Aaron’s was a done deal but we pulled the plug as he had an injection on his knee A day or two before. Fowler said there were other players who Dyer knocked back. Didn’t want numbers for numbers sake or didn’t think they’d be good for the group. Dyer wanted to speak to people who coached or played with prospective signings to learn more about them. Focus not just on ability. References for Kabamba were glowing. Mulumbu was on the radar before Alessio left. Was offered the chance to come in January but disappeared. Sounded like he’d still be welcomed but not looking likely.

He was asked about the park having an impact in signings. Said it wasn’t a huge issue. Some players who have underlying issues or suffered certain injuries previously but not generally a problem.

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12 minutes ago, piffer said:

Aaron’s was a done deal but we pulled the plug as he had an injection on his knee A day or two before. 

Was there any more detail on that one? It's looking a bit of a howler given how well he is doing. 

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10 hours ago, C4mmy31 said:

Did anyone ask questions about the transfer window shambles, manager situation etc ?

You wouldn’t have got a straight answer anyway 

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13 minutes ago, DrewWylie said:

You wouldn’t have got a straight answer anyway 

 

10 hours ago, piffer said:

Yes. Fowler used a variety of not overly positive words to describe it. Tshibola did the dirty on us and possibly his agent. He was talking regularly to the manager and basically agreed a deal, was due to come to Scotland and then went with another agent to Portugal. Aaron’s was a done deal but we pulled the plug as he had an injection on his knee A day or two before. Fowler said there were other players who Dyer knocked back. Didn’t want numbers for numbers sake or didn’t think they’d be good for the group. Dyer wanted to speak to people who coached or played with prospective signings to learn more about them. Focus not just on ability. References for Kabamba were glowing. Mulumbu was on the radar before Alessio left. Was offered the chance to come in January but disappeared. Sounded like he’d still be welcomed but not looking likely.

He was asked about the park having an impact in signings. Said it wasn’t a huge issue. Some players who have underlying issues or suffered certain injuries previously but not generally a problem.

 

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The AA question was anticipated and therefore not asked. During another question,    CJ said she knew supporters would like more detail, but they would understand it was a confidential matter and they were not at liberty to discuss it. End of. 
 

 

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11 hours ago, piffer said:

Tshibola did the dirty on us and possibly his agent

Saw last night his club Aves have not been paying wages so players going on strike. Karma is a bitch 

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It was great to see so many people there last night - especially in the circumstances. Thank you to all for your attendance, and thanks to James Fowler and Cathy Jamieson for their detailed preparation and contribution.

We aim to have a review of the evening sent to members and subscribers in the next couple of days - this will then be shared more widely the following day. 

A lot of very interesting questions asked last night - and answered! There was also a lot of informal feedback/surprise afterwards about the range of work the Trust is involved in; if you are thinking about getting involved, there is definitely A LOT going on...now is the time.

As mentioned by Jim Thomson in his presentation, we are averaging a new member a day since the start of February, which is gratifying - and greatly appreciated.

BE TODAY'S NEW MEMBER

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Tshibola is/was mince anyway. 

Bags of ability but lazy as f**k. 

Hopefully doing the dirty is the nail in the coffin of any potential return. 

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Another great night that wouldn’t of been available to fans without the trust. Great work already been done by the trust, more on going and so much more in the future. 
The numbers are beginning to grow people are taking notice of what the trust and tik are doing and becoming members. Everyone who can become a member should become a member. Hugely beneficial to the club, as was pointed out by James Fowler last night

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9 hours ago, KTID1869fc said:

Saw last night his club Aves have not been paying wages so players going on strike. Karma is a bitch 

No great loss TBH

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