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Kilgour last won the day on December 12 2019

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  • Birthday 03/17/1955

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  1. Sorry not on PC in general much health has been poor but what a tonic our wee team has been.Just watched it in the house..cheers
  2. I have never cared about the religion of any of our players in 57 years of supporting the team, If they want to be here and try their best thats all I ask ( right now a few goals would be good )
  3. Lets hope we raise our game v Celtic and dont take a humping as we all know what the first game last season did to us. I think training this week must be about defending set pieces and trying some different things with the strikers to get their heads up. Think our club is hamstrung by finance but we are not alone.CD must try and play to our strengths ( however he sees them) but zero goals is a surefire recipe for disaster. We live in hope COYS
  4. Have to agree.When he arrived I was so happy that we were getting a box to box midfielder with a fantastic " engine " that chipped in a few goals. Sadly Jason for several reasons just didnt have that kind of spell here
  5. Two early games on SKY Aberdeen 12;;30 and Hibs 16:30 ( Sunday)
  6. During the shutdown I would like to highlight what Gavin Price is doing.Once on our books 1997 now Elgin manager,many will know him as manager at Kinnoul and Jeanfield.In Aberfeldy where he is a prominent publican he has founded FeldyRoo and has a willing band of volunteers. They provide a service to almost one hundred vulnerable people in the town and district by delivering for free EVERY day a morning paper,soup and a roll mid morning,then a home cooked meal at teatime.Many local businesses are also providing food, time. and transport.You can check out their FB page and I think you will be impressed. Many of the football family are doing their bit and it is to be applauded
  7. I really cant see any other option at present than to forget 19/20 ever existed.The TV people may moan but with all sport cancelled they are not in a position of strength IMHO. It is hugely unsatisfactory I know,but even if isolation rules are lifted partially (or even fully) by say July,you couldnt just whistle the guys back in and start at the drop of a hat.Many players going out of contract in May,many clubs under huge pressure.Lets just say its a scenario like no other ever experienced and take it on the chin.
  8. Excellent article about a player who really helped our club when it needed it most. Good man Jody
  9. If we play with the spirit shown at Easter road with an enhanced squad then we can prevail. We need someone on Boyle the whole game as his pace and crosses are a large part of their game. Momentum is in our favour , just need a solid performance.Would start MoH as they always leave space in behind.
  10. St Mirren playing quite well but we should have enough for three points. Hopefully we will use the squad as these three games can make our season
  11. If we cut out the mistakes we have enough in our locker to give them a run for their money
  12. I like many were sad at losing Muirton at the time and could only remember the good times but looking back it was in a hell of a state and the club was skint.Following Bradford, the wooden infrastructure was outdated and dangerous and even our much vaunted turf ( the largest area in UK at the time) had started to show some signs of neglect. The new ground was all shiny ,all seated, and very well filled. One innovation that was widely copied was showing live pictures of the match in refreshment kiosks to encourage people to not all rush at once.Whilst we never quite replicated Muirtons atmosphere it definitely was a huge step forward for the club.It also incorporates off field revenue streams that help the clubs finances. Would love to see another couple of thousand regulars but I suppose like me,old age and poor health are factors.Muirton still holds great memories but McD is now our home.
  13. £25 Adults ...£15 concessions on website now..sorry cant do link thing !
  14. Very sad to see he has broken his leg while on loan at our neighbours. Speedy recovery