in #KillieStories November 29, 2018
The talented defender has remained patient in his journey to fulfil his promise and now he’s reached Scottish football’s top table top table with Killie, there’s no looking back.
Saturday's programme cover star talks about working with Kenny Shiels at Morton, his tough introduction to the Scottish Premiership, his love for snooker as well as the life lessons he picked up at Newcastle.
Your 52-page matchday programme covers all the festive activities around the club including our efforts to raise money for Ayrshire Hospice through their Christmas CD and our link up with the KFC Supporters' Association for our Bring A Gift appeal on December 15.
It's the start of a busy December fixture schedule so it's the perfect time to join the Killie family as we push for precious Premiership points.
Inside your matchday programme
- Steve Clarke's Manager Notes
- Stuart Findlay on snooker, feeling at home with Killie and his bond with our back four
- Stuart Findlay answers your questions
- Killie sing Slade for Ayrshire Hospice
- League and Cup double for Killie Ladies U13 Blues
- Focus on Hibernian
- Trust In Killie Latest including Safe Standing presentation
- Kilmarnock In History: Part Eight
- Band Zone and Community Hero