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    Tommy Wright

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    Tommy Wright

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    Managers Comments

    Tommy Wright

Killie FC

2020-21 Managers Comments

Press comments from the Killie boss Tommy Wright shall be here...

May 24th after the Dee Relegation Decider: "We didn't do enough, We didn't compete enough. Dundee were stronger but they didn't have to do a lot to win either game. We gifted them three out of four goals. The first goal tonight is absolutely embarrassing from our point of view. No-one took responsibility in a two-v-one situation and we end up behind the eight-ball within the first 15 minutes. The second goal is a wee bit unfortunate because Kirk (Broadfoot) and Zeno (Rossi) collide and leave a free header for Ashcroft. We didn't do enough. Too many players haven't turned up and not just in the play-off games – it's all season.  That's 24 defeats this season in 40 games if you count this as two league games in. That says a lot about the squad. We've been gifting goals away. The first day I arrived I told them if they do the basics, defend well and take responsibility you can stay in the league. But we haven't done that. They haven't done it all season. There’s been too many defeats. It takes a mental capacity to turn defeats into draws or draws into wins – to see out games that you're not doing well in and to fight for your team. But it hasn't happened here for a period of time. It surprised me on Thursday, it shocked me tonight because I didn't think we could be that bad again, and we were. We've got what we deserved. I'll take responsibility for the time I've been here. I do think I've done OK to a point. But we cannot win games when we make the individual errors we do. We've done it for far too long.”

“Listen, I'm raw at the minute, I know I'll get the support of the job. It's not my future that needs to be discussed about tonight.  I'm more concerned about the people who work in the background of this club and the people of the town. That's my concern tonight. My future will be sorted. There's a rebuild job now. I think there's only four or five signed players now. One or two others may have been getting contracts even if we went down. I might have to revisit that. I just feel sorry for the fans. I've let them down and ultimately the players have let themselves and let the club down. But I'll take my responsibility myself as well. I'm not ducking anything. I thought I could get us out of it, but unfortunately I didn't.”  - Match Recap

May 23rd on Mulumbu's Exit: “I’m not stunned that he has left. Having worked with him, the type of player he is, nothing stuns me about him. The first we knew was when the kit man informed me that his kit had all gone last Sunday after the Hamilton game.
That seemed weird, strange. I then got a text message in the early hours of Monday morning saying that he had to go to France and he needed to speak to us. We said for him to come in, we’d have a meeting and discuss it. I don’t know where he is. He could be in France, he could anywhere. But listen, since I’ve been here he’s done nowhere near enough to be in the team, so it’s not something I’ve lost any sleep over. Some of the players are happy actually.  As soon as it happened, I forgot about it. Putting a few blue and white hearts on your twitter account and saying you love the club, that’s all for show. I’ve had to deal with a lot since I came to the club. I’m not concerned that he’s left. It says more about him than it does about us.”

May 20th on the Dee Post-Match: “I'm pleased we've got ourselves back in the game. They were using the conditions better than us and were in control at 2-0. They will be disappointed that they have conceded but will still probably feel they are in the driving seat.  But it's a massive goal for us in the context of the two legs and puts us right back in the tie.  Ultimately – particularly with the second goal – we've committed really bad errors. Gary shouldn't get caught on the ball and the first goal we don't track the run. We didn't play as well as we'd have liked but I'm really pleased that we stuck at it and got that all-important goal to get us back in the tie. I'm just so pleased we got that goal back because it makes things a little bit easier. It's still going to be difficult to turn things around and they are probably favourites. The quality has got to be better but the character is there.  There are pundits out there who have hammered their character but I've never doubted it.  I'm hoping that's going to be a big turning point in the tie.”come from other players as well. We don't just rely on Kyle." - Match Recap

May 16th on the Accies Post-Match  "For Ross County to get three wins on the bounce at this stage of the season, you've got to hand it to them. I can't ask any more from my players. When I came in I thought 36 points would have been enough. Unfortunately, it isn't.  But we can take this performance and the performances in the last 10 games into the play-off. Dundee have had a good season but we'll concentrate on ourselves and I'm pleased with how we are playing. I think we're in a strong position going in."  - Match Recap -
On Facing Dundee in the Play-Offs: “I watched Dundee on Saturday night and we saw them against Dunfermline earlier in the season as well as having scouting reports on them. Everything is sitting ready to go, though it’s one of those files on your computer you’d rather you didn’t have to open!  They’ve done what James McPake was probably asked to do in getting a play-off place. They’ve got quality, good experience, a bit of pace, some good young players and Charlie Adam is probably still one of the best passers and crossers of the ball in Scotland.  So we know the difficulty of the task ahead of us, but I’m sure they’ll be looking at us and thinking we’re a decent side. It’s all set up for a big, big finale.”

On Facing Dundee in the Play-Offs: “I watched Dundee on Saturday night and we saw them against Dunfermline earlier in the season as well as having scouting reports on them. Everything is sitting ready to go, though it’s one of those files on your computer you’d rather you didn’t have to open!  They’ve done what James McPake was probably asked to do in getting a play-off place. They’ve got quality, good experience, a bit of pace, some good young players and Charlie Adam is probably still one of the best passers and crossers of the ball in Scotland.  So we know the difficulty of the task ahead of us, but I’m sure they’ll be looking at us and thinking we’re a decent side. It’s all set up for a big, big finale.”

May 12th on the Buddies Post-Match: "Pleased with the quality of the play, and the attitude of the players but slightly disappointed with the naivety conceding two similar goals after we've scored. We've come away again from a game where we should've had all three points. We do know we can defend better."  - Match Recap -

May 1st on the Well Post-Match: “Motherwell deserved to win. We didn’t do enough.  We came here looking for all three points but we didn’t deserve them. We didn’t start the game well - Motherwell looked sharper than us without really creating a lot.  Then it’s all right talking in the dressing-room about going out and doing well and making sure they do the right things.  It was a good finish but it was a poor goal for us to concede, with too many mistakes in the build-up.  There was a reaction when we went 1-0 down and we didn’t let our heads drop, we tried to get in the game.  But it was criminal defending at the second goal, and that was the game dead and buried.  We’ve got ten days before the next game and we’ve got to make sure we win that. I thought two wins would be enough and if we do that we’ll definitely make the play-offs and give ourselves an outside chance of making tenth spot.  The performance in the Cup on Monday night was good but this wasn’t a good performance. There are players who can do a lot better.  You need eight or nine on their game and we didn’t have enough today. So they know they’ve put themselves back in a position we’d got ourselves out of a couple of weeks ago.  We can’t depend on other teams, I’ve been constant about that. We’ve got to look after ourselves and we didn’t do that today. We have to make sure we do our own thing and we didn’t do it well enough. We can’t use Monday’s game as an excuse in us looking a little bit lethargic at times. It was more a mindset.”  - Match Recap -

Apr 26th on the Buddies 119th-minute penalty award : "It's extremely disappointing, Let's be honest, Don Robertson put it into penalties with a poor decision. When he is man enough he will own up to it.  I will go and see him after the game. Over the years I have been in to see Don more than any other ref. We could have dealt with the situation better, [Ross] Millen could possibly just put his foot through it, but it is not a penalty all day long,  The goalkeeper clearly gets the ball, the fact that it spills out is irrelevant. No penalty. But Don wanted to have the final say and he got it." - Match Recap -

April 21st on the Arabs Post-Match: "The main thing for us is getting the three points. We knew the Hamilton result before kick-off so it was a big three points for us.  Then we heard St Mirren had won up at Ross County so it opens up a bit of a gap and gets us up to 10th place. We've been down there for far too long,  But I'm not thinking the job's done - it's nowhere near done.  We still need a couple of wins to make sure we can stay in this league. It now gives us a little bit of a cushion but there's a lot of hard work to go, but in terms of it being a good night for us - most definitely."   - Match Recap -

April 17th on the Montrose Cup Post-Match:  "We didn't play as well as I'd have liked but the main thing is we are through to the next round.  Throughout the game we gave them wee opportunities when we turned over the ball far too cheaply. We got a little bit sloppy, particularly in the second half. Sometimes, when you are in control, concentration levels can go."   - Match Recap -

April 10th on the Staggies Post-Match:   “We asked for a fast start and we got it.  We conceded far too early and too cheaply for my liking.  And Ross County made it difficult for us, we didn’t get into any rhythm first half, even though we went 2-1 up.  We didn’t move the ball quickly enough.  I think we were a bit one dimensional at times in the first half.  So, it’s never nice when you concede so quickly after taking the lead.  But fair play to the players, they scrapped and got us ahead at half time.  Ross County equalised, even though there looked to be a push on Zach, and they probably deserved to be level with us.  It probably wasn’t until the last 20, 25 minutes that we took any real control of the game.  I think it is encouraging we’re scoring goals.  If you’re talking about performance overall, how I like the team to play and how they have been playing, it’s probably been one of our poorer ones.  And the players know that.  But, listen, it’s a good point and it’s a point away from the bottom of the table and we’ve still got a lot to play for.”   - Match Recap -

April 9th on John Hughes: "I don't really listen to John too much. He probably talks too much.  Our focus has just been on ourselves. Maybe he should just focus on his team.  Maybe referees have caused Ross County to be where they are but I think he's trying to influence the referees. But we'll just concentrate on our own team."

April 3rd on the Stenny Cup Post-Match: "These ties can be as easy or as difficult as you want to make them, but we were on the front foot from the off.  To win 4-0, keep a clean sheet and progress in the cup makes it a good day for us.  Those goals are why we brought Kyle in and a hat-trick will give him even more confidence than he already has!  He’s a big personality, a great lad who I’ve known since being with him at Northern Ireland nine or ten years ago.  He’s always one for the practical jokes and the players have a wee smile when they see him coming.  But when he’s on the pitch on a Saturday or on the training ground, he’s a real professional.”  - Match Recap -

Mar 25th on the Post-Split Fixtures:  “My initial thoughts on the split games are that they’re good.  There is gaps in between games due to cup dates, but that’s the same for all the teams in the league.  The first game is against Ross County. We played them recently so we know all about them. We have got three home games which we were expecting; kicking off with two home games gives us a big opportunity to make our mark.  Beating County would lift us out of the bottom two which would be ideal.  It would add pressure to the other teams, but there are 15 points to play for and our aim is to take each game as it comes and get as many points as possible.  It was an important day for us breaking the losing streak.  It was a massive game and the players deserve massive credit for coming through it the way they did. It was an emphatic victory and it should give them confidence to kick-on now for the rest of the season.  Motherwell were on a decent run, they picked up some good results so it shows how good it was.  I believe we should have had six points from them in the two games we played, but that didn’t happen.  On Saturday, though, it didn’t matter who we played it was vital we got ourselves off the bottom.  I have been in the game long enough to know that when the lows are there that you have to get on with things. You can’t get too down about things when you’re losing, but it was nice going into work on Monday knowing we picked up three points.  It’s getting to that stage of the season where we have got to be strong and positive together.  That’s one thing we can’t be criticised for – we have been positive in everything we have tried to do.” 

Mar 20th on the Well Post-Match: "I'm really pleased for the players and supporters. We've had to wait a long time for a victory.  It was important that we won today, it was important we gave ourselves a chance to stay in this league. We showed a lot of quality and a lot of character to win the game."   - Match Recap -

Mar 19th on the Well Pre-Match: "I knew it was going to be tough when I took the job. I believed then I could do enough to keep us in this league, and I still believe that. "The enormity of the job now with the position we're in is massive. If we can do it, it will rank up with any of the achievements I've had in managing or coaching since I started."

Mar 5th on the Staggies Post-Match: "To I've come out and defended our players in my four previous games, but the way we started that second half made it a real uphill struggle. We responded well, but the damage was already done.  I still feel I can turn it around, even after a defeat when it's still raw I still feel that I can. The positive is we still have a number of games to turn things around."  - Match Recap -

Feb 27th on the Arabs Post-Match: "It's a point closer to where we want to be. To be on the front foot against a side pushing for the top six shows how good we can be. Out of the four games we've had four really good performances. But we've only got one point so there's still a lot of work to do. The players gave everything and I think they showed a lot of character in the game when you consider they go one nil down to come back and get back in the game and we ultimately should have went on to win it."  - Match Recap -

Feb 25th on the Arabs Pre-Match:  “The disappointing thing for me is that out of the three games we could have quite easily had four points. I don’t know if that’s been the story of the whole season or not, but against Motherwell we were the more dominant team and against Aberdeen we should have had at least a point.  We dominated possession in these games. I am the first to admit that possession doesn’t win games, but if we’d done better in the final third we would have came away with at least a point. There are positives, but the disappointing thing is with Ross County winning against Celtic it takes them ahead of us.  But we have got eight games to go, now we need to move on to the next one and that’s the most important thing.  We have the likes of Ross County and Motherwell still to play twice, every game is vital now until the end of the season. We must find a way to get back to winning ways. You would hope these games would suit us as if we get good results it takes points off of teams around us. But we haven’t been taking points from anyone for a while now – the mindset has to change. We contributed to our own downfall on Saturday by giving Aberdeen a free header, those situations have to be eradicated.  We must be positive, there are no toys being thrown out the pram or boys being down, they realise the situation we are in.  We need to roll our sleeves up and get enough points to stay in the league. I’ve seen Dundee United a few times this season, they have been on good runs and bad runs.  Micky [Mellon] has came in and done well, they also have a lot of firepower in their team. But we are at home, so we need to be on the front foot and apply pressure. I’ve got it in my head what I want to do in terms of formation that I want to play. I do think that in the main we should have two strikers on the pitch mainly, or at least a real attacking option sitting off the striker. There are a lot of good players there, but somehow they’ve managed to throw points away by not doing the basics well often enough."

Feb 20th 2021 on the Dons Post-Match: 
"Disappointed we didn't get something. We deserved a draw, but contributed to our own downfall again and gave Callum Hendry a free header. Second half we had a lot of possession and one or two opportunities. There's a lot of plusses in the performance, but I've told them they have to face up to the facts that we didn't defend a situation well. We can't keep making those basic mistakes."  - Match Recap -

Feb 13th 2021 on the Rangers Post-Match: "I was disappointed at the goal on two points; one, we should clear our lines better and two, it was handball, after the header it hits the Rangers player's hand. The official should see that.  Whilst there are positives in terms of the effort and work rate and the shape we had was good, ultimately there is huge disappointment that we didn't do enough in the final third." - Match Recap -

Feb 12th on Signing Kyle Lafferty: " I think it will be good for both of us.  That [avoiding relegation] is the reason we've brought him in. We have lacked goals.  I think I can help him and he will be a big help to us. He is experienced, knows the league and the fact he is 33 on a short-term contract, he will be playing for his future and that's important. He will be really focused on that as well".

Feb 10th  on the Well Post-Match: “Most certainly I’m encouraged, I have been encouraged since I came in with the quality in the squad. We will work with them. We know the areas we have to improve and they just have to persevere with it. “I think we bossed possession. We worked on getting the ball into wide areas and creating overloads in those areas to get balls in the box. We did that and had numerous attempts on goal but the quality of those those attempts didn’t trouble the goalkeeper enough. Ultimately, though, we have just been caught as so often happens when you are in the run we’re in. It was a quick throw and we lost our shape a little bit.  At no stage of the game Motherwell cause us a problem from open play but they have won the game and Graham will be a happier manager than me. His side have defended well. The two centre-halves have won everything going into their box.”  - Match Recap -

 Feb 9th 2021: "Apparently, I've walked the length of the Sahara in the time I've been off and it's done me good. I've lost a lot of weight and got fit. I've been reading and relaxed as best I could in difficult circumstances for everybody and the main thing is I feel fresh and raring to go.  They (Killie) have not been as difficult to beat as they have in the past,  They've lost goals too many times to individual errors.  They've not been cut open by teams. They've conceded goals at bad times and possibly not reacted in the right way. Hopefully I can come in and get them working and get them feeling good about themselves.
​​On inheriting a squad with 17 players out of contract in the summer,.... "It should give any player who's going out of contract a spur because of the circumstances we are in at the minute where clubs are under pressure throughout the world," he said. "You are fighting for your livelihood - either at the club you're at or to impress somebody else. I've seen the way they've trained and I'm pleased I've made the decision to come here. It could be said the squad is at a stage where it's ready for a rebuild and I have experience of doing that. I rebuilt two squads at St Johnstone. The last one was taking a squad down from an average age of 31 down to an average age of 23/24. I'm at that stage of my career where that's the sort of challenge I like and thrive on."

Feb 8th 2021: “I’m absolutely delighted to be the new Kilmarnock manager. It’s a great opportunity for me.  I had nine years in total at St Johnstone and the time was right from me to leave there but it is the perfect time for me to come back to management.  Kilmarnock has had good success in recent years and I’m looking to take it forward and moving us up the table.  This is a really good football club with good people and I was really impressed when speaking to them, which made it an easy decision to take the job.".

Alex Dyer's Comments can be found - HERE

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Jurisdiction and Law

Killie FC makes no representation that any product or service referred to on or through the Web Site is appropriate for use, or available in other locations. The information and other materials contained in this Web Site may not satisfy the laws of any other country and those who choose to access this Site from other locations are responsible for compliance with local laws if and to the extent local laws are applicable.

These Terms and Conditions and any terms and conditions relating to products or services described in this Web Site shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of Scotland. Disputes arising in relation to the same shall, unless otherwise expressly agreed, be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Scotland.

Links to other Web Sites

Certain (hypertext) links, advertisements or suppliers promotion will lead you to Web Sites that are not under the control of Killie FC. When you activate any of these links, you will leave Killie FC Web Site by opening a new window and we have no control over and will accept no responsibility or liability in respect of the material on any such other Web Site. By allowing links with third party Web Sites Killie FC does not intend to solicit business or offer any security to any person in any country, directly or indirectly.

Force Majeure

Every effort will be made to carry out the contract but its due performance is subject to cancellation by Killie FC or to such variation as we may find necessary as a result of inability to secure labour, materials or supplies or as a result of any act of God, War, Strike, Lockout or other labour dispute, Fire, Flood, Drought, Legislation, or other cause (whether of the foregoing class or not) beyond the sellers control.

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Website Accessibility

We have tried to make this website as accessible as possible and easy to use for everyone, regardless of circumstance or ability.

All our page templates comply with the WCAG Priority 2 checkpoints as a minimum requirement. And we make every effort to ensure that all the content on our site meets this standard too. We are making every effort to ensure that we don't exclude any users. For example:

  • We try to use clear and simple language.
  • We use alternative text for all our images 
  • Were possible the HTML we produce conforms to the standard: XHTML 1.0 Strict
  • We have tested the colours we use in the design for contrast.

We try to publish all our text content as accessible HTML rather than in other formats such as PDF. Where we do publish PDFs or other formats our policy is to make them as accessible as we can.

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