in #KillieStories November 3, 2018
Twelve months ago Gary Dicker was taking the final comeback steps from a five-month injury lay-off.
The Irish midfielder made his return on November 26 as Killie went down 3-1 to Aberdeen and as we prepare to take on the Dons tomorrow, he has reflected on all that has changed in one year.
Sunday's programme cover star reflects on his role as vice captain, the link between club and community and the blend that binds the Rugby Park squad together.
Your 52-page matchday read covers all about our 150th anniversary crest, our Half Season Ticket campaign as well as taking a look back to our AGM in 1906.
Find out more about our 102-year-old Community Hero Winifred Campbell as well as all the latest news and views fro Rugby Park.
Inside your matchday programme
- Steve Clarke's Manager Notes
- Gary Dicker on leadership, Killie's transformation and inspiring the next generation
- Gary Dicker's Football Life
- Rory McKenzie souvenir poster
- Killie's 150th Anniversary Crest
- Remembrance Service Notice
- Focus on Aberdeen
- Trust In Killie latest
- Kilmarnock In History: Part Seven
- Band Zone and Community Hero