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Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels believes the club needs sustainability if they are to progress.Read
Kenny Shiels has paid tribute to tragic fan James Haswell who took ill while watching his team on Sunday and later died.Read
Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels wants his side to bounce back this weekend when they travel north to face Aberdeen.Read
Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston has slammed the SPL 90 per cent ruling which proved to be the final nail in the coffin for the reconstruction of Scottish football.Read
Kenny Shiels has urged Killie fans to turn out in their thousands and make Rugby Park a fiery cauldron on Saturday when they take on Dundee.Read
Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels insists his players will be ready when they return to SPL action against Ross County on Saturday.Read
They might be out the cup but Kenny Shiels insists his side will not let their heads drop as the season ends.Read
Kilmarnock made one of the shock signings of the season on Saturday when they brought Kris Boyd back to Rugby Park.Read
Killie boss Kenny Shiels is delighted with the performances of some of his youngsters in recent games.Read
Killie keeper Cammy Bell has insisted he is completely focused on the Rugby Park side despite interest from Rangers.Read
Michael Johnston has revealed the club lost £300,000 this season without Rangers in the SPL.Read
Killie boss Kenny Shiels insists there is no margin for error on Sunday when his team travels to Dundee.Read
Kenny Shiels has suggested Scotland should look across the pond for the way forward on league reconstruction.Read
Killie fans favourite Michael Nelson is on his way to Bradford City after a £50,000 bid was accepted by the club.Read
Killie manager Kenny Shiels wants to maintain his side’s good form going into the New Year.Read
Kilmarnock stormed back into the top six after the festive double-header against Hibs and Hearts.Read
Killie’s longest serving season ticket holder got a nice surpriselast week when he received a visit from manager Kenny Shiels with the League Cup.Read
The Killie players put pen to paper at the club’s 2013 calendar signing held in the Park Suite.Read
The Kilmarnock Standard has teamed up with Scottish Premier League sponsors the Clydesdale Bank to offer our readers the chance to win match tickets.Read
Kilmarnock exacted revenge for their defeat by Aberdeen at Rugby Park earlier this season to earn their first SPL win in four games.Read
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