Blue & Yellow and Not A Penny More
As the first matches in the SPFL approach KFCSA wish Alan Johnston, Sandy Clark and the players every success for the new season.
At the KFCSA AGM in June virtually all those attending sought regime change at Kilmarnock Football Club as it was felt that a one man board was simply not in the interests of the Club.
KFCSA are aware that numerous fans have elected to take the NAPM (Not a Penny More) route and will not contribute any more money to the Club whilst Michael Johnston remains in charge as the Chairman and sole director.
KFCSA realise that each fan requires to make their own decisions on paying to attend games at Rugby Park, spending money in Park Hotel, half time draw tickets etc.
There now appears to be a concerted Campaign for Regime change and KFCSA requests ALL fans to consider supporting that Campaign by wearing blue and yellow scarves or tee shirts. The blue and yellow colours can be worn regardless of whether you choose to attend home games or not and whether someone agrees with NAPM or not.
The blue and yellow shirts and scarves are available from Rainbow Ink in Bank Street, Howard Arms and will also be obtainable outside the grounds on match days.