Many fans will know that Kilmarnock Football Club Supporters Association organised a red card display as part of a protest at the last two home games.
This proved a great method for the majority of fans to show their dissatisfaction of the current club Chairman. The red cards held up at 18 minutes and 69 minutes [...]
KILMARNOCK FANS FORM GROUP UNDER SUPPORTERS DIRECT SCOTLAND
24 October 2013: Kilmarnock fans and community representatives have agreed to form a working group under the auspices of Supporters Direct Scotland, with the aim of exploring community ownership options.
The group will follow the structure and approach undertaken by SDS at several clubs across Scotland in recent [...]
At the KFCSA meeting last Thursday it was agreed within the hall that the fans would wish to show their support for the team, but at the same time letting the Chairman know how they feel about his chairmanship of the club.
Following on from this the KFCSA is letting all fans know of the actions [...]
The Grand Hall hosted over 500 Killie supporters on the evening of Thursday 10th October when a lively and passionate KFCSA Open Meeting discussed numerous, current, relevant issues surrounding Kilmarnock Football Club.
Everyone attending was provided with copy of the most recent statement from Club Chairman Michael Johnston explaining his new ‘vision’ for community involvement at [...]
K.F.C.S.A OPEN MEETING
GRAND HALL KILMARNOCK
10TH October 2013
A) Welcome and introductions
B) Minutes of previous Meeting
C) Committee Update and Secretary position
D) Treasurer’s Report
E) Kilmarnock F.C – The way forwards ?
(1) Representative of the Club or statement from the Club
(2) Community Ownership – Paul Goodwin (Supporters Direct) and Andrew Miller (the Killie Trust)
(3) General discussion with questions and [...]
With attendances dwindling and Killie lurching from one off field crisis to another (the latest being the Celtic ticket fiasco) fans have not even had the chance to celebrate one victory under the new management team which Club Chairman Michael Johnston appointed to replace Kenny Shiels and Jimmy Nichol.
Kilmarnock Football Club Supporters Association (KFCSA) now [...]
Over the last two weeks Graham Speirs has featured the current situation at Kilmarnock in his ‘Spiers on Saturday’ column. The first gives Michael Johnston’s account of the saga and the following week’s column features our very own vice chairman James Morrison.
We’ve included links to both articles below.
Spiers on Saturday: meeting Michael Johnston, a man [...]
One of the most popular features on the KFCSA website has been the interviews with players and management of the club.
A few weeks ago the club were contacted about re-starting interviews which were,normally, conducted after a game at Rugby Park.
KFCSA also sought an interview with club chairman Michael Johnston and indicated that a similar interview [...]