in #KillieStories September 27, 2018
Scott Boyd has seen all sides of Killie from the glamour of on field victories to the toil and graft off the park.
Having completed part of his sports management degree through a work placement at the club, he has an appreciation for all the makes the club tick.
Saturday's programme cover star talks about the opportunities given to him by Steve Clarke as well as club staff as he takes steps to prepare for life once his playing career is at an end.
“The people who work here are Kilmarnock fans and it means so much to them. It’s not just the players who hurt when you lose or are happy when you win. The people at the club feel those same emotions and that’s something I maybe didn’t appreciate beforehand.”
We also hear from a forgotten pioneer of women's football Elsie Cook as she stars in our What Killie Means To Me feature.
Here's what is contained inside your 52-page matchday read
- Steve Clarke's matchday notes
- Scott Boyd on his day job on and off the field with Killie
- Scott Boyd answers your questions
- FC Kilmarnock Ladies U13 Blues claim cup victory
- Chris Burke centre spread poster
- Dom Thomas' Dream Five-A-Side squad
- Elsie Cook - What Killie Means To Me
- Remembering Sandy Ferguson
- Focus on Motherwell
- Kilmarnock In History: Part Five
- Trust In Killie History Board unveiling
- Band Zone and Community Hero
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