Thursday, March 5th, 2015

Our chairman James Morrison, ventured up to a very wet Perth yesterday to take in Killie’s 0 – 0 draw with St Johnstone.
 

The trip to Perth!
On a dull but dry morning I headed up to Glasgow on the train and over to Queen St for the connection to Perth.
Fortunately I had bought all my tickets […]

KFCSA recently had the pleasure of interviewing Head Coach of the Development Squad and current Interim Assistant Manager Alan Robertson.  We discussed, among many things, Alan’s playing career, his current role at the club, and his approach to youth development.

 
The latest instalment of David Sneddon’s weekly blog while he takes part in the Football Fans In Training program.
Week 5

Brian was back this week and ably assisted by Iain. Outside the weather was blowing a hoolie and rain battering down, so the usual boys club training had been cancelled. Would Brian cancel our outside activity […]

 
KFCSA are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Andy King, right back of the famous Killie team who won the League Championship in 1965. It is particularly sad in the year of the 50th anniversary of that wonderful achievement. Andy was a lovely man who always had a word for everyone. He was […]

KFCSA is delighted that we’ve received the following invitation from Alan Milne at the Barossa Street St Johnstone Supporters Club in Barossa Street Perth:
Killie are due to play St.Johnstone at Perth on Saturday  and we are seeking to invite Killie supporters to our club.
The club is situated in the City itself and we can supply […]

 
The latest instalment of David Sneddon’s weekly blog while he takes part in the Football Fans In Training program.
Week 4
This week was taken by PDG and Iain as Brian was off ill. We had a good chat about our “SMART” objectives and if anybody managed to meet their objectives this week.
One lad, who shall remain […]

KFCSA had the pleasure of the proposed new Chairman, Jim Mann, and Nicola Sturgeon, the Club’s Head of Marketing, Commercial and Communication in attendance at the most recent Committee meeting.
In discussion, Jim explained that he would want to be judged by actions – not just words. He also indicated that in his career he had […]

 
The third instalment of David Sneddon’s weekly blog while he takes part in the Football Fans In Training program.
 

Week 3
I didn’t manage to attend the weekly session at The Theatre of PIES this week. I was way up North in Inverurie. Booked into a Hotel that seemed to be the last chance saloon. Got in the […]