Tag Archives: Kilmarnock

Clark leaves Kilmarnock for Bury – Step up or Step down?
By S Douglas |

After a managerial career that had previously led the 44 year-old to Huddersfield Town, Birmingham City and Blackpool, Lee Clark took over the reins at Rugby Park, following the sacking of Lee McCulloch on the 15th February 2016. At the time, Killie were a strong bet for relegation, struggling in tenth position in the Scottish [Read more]

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Is Clark exit a blow or boost for Killie?
By J Bleasdale |

AFTER one year and one day into the job, Lee Clark decided to exit Kilmarnock in favour of League One strugglers Bury. Clark departs Rugby Park with the club narrowly in the top six and just four points ahead of Hamilton, who occupy the dreaded playoff position, having overseen 22 player arrivals in just two [Read more]

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Best Bet Scottish Roundup 25/10/14
By Punters Friend |

After a decent start (Ronny scoring anytime) with Best Bet roundup on Wednesday we’re back to domestic matters at the weekend, there a few games which catch the eye and my thoughts are as follows. Aberdeen v Motherwell A return to Friday night football has the Dons versus Stuart McCall’s struggling Motherwell side. The home [Read more]

S2E23 The best and worst of Scottish football in 2012
By C Adey |

It’s me, Laurie and Krys in the final podcast of 2012. It’s a busy podcast, with two rounds of SPL games to discuss, on top of our usual charity bet and SPL predictions. Laurie suggested the perfect topic to end 2012 – the best and worst of Scottish football in 2012. Thank you to McBookie [Read more]

S2E14 – Back to the future
By C Adey |

Laurie, Krys, Greig and I (Craig) return once again. Krys delivers his SPL roundup in typically professional style. We then discuss the standout moments of the weekend. I cover the SFL roundup, including a 61 year old stand in assistant referee. Laurie casts his eye over Twitter, in the section called Tweetie Eye. Kilmarnock hadnt [Read more]

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Episode 28 – Gestures, Handbags, SPL, Scottish Cup and League Cup
By C Adey |

Greig makes a return to the podcast, joining Craig and Laurie “the sidekick”. Krys couldn’t make this weeks show, because he was enjoying a spa day with his wife. Following Johnny Hayes and Richie Foran’s handbags in the Scottish Cup, we discuss refereeing consistency. Following a look at the Scottish Cup replays, we look at [Read more]

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12 months on at Pittodrie: McGhee vs Brown
By L Dunsire |

The start of December marked a full year since Aberdeen parted company with Mark McGhee, and ironically it also began with the same fixture that ended McGhee’s dismal reign as manager. So, 12 months on, has new Dons boss Craig Brown made significant improvement at Pittodrie? The obvious place to start is the game against [Read more]

Scottish Football On Life Support
By K Kujawa |

Scottish Football is all but dead, holding on by life support with little hope of ever waking again. That’s more or less the sad conclusion I’ve come to recently. Now, I freely admit it could be because my team – Celtic – aren’t having the best of seasons. But I’ve been there before. I grew [Read more]

10 SPL Halloween Horror Shows
By L Dunsire |

Halloween is upon us once again, and the SPL provided some more gruesome encounters over the course of the weekend. Horrific refereeing at Tynecastle, coupled with a frighteningly toothless Hearts attack lead to Paulo Sergio, possessed with rage and injustice, being sent angrily to the stands. And if that wasn’t enough to turn your hair [Read more]

East Fife and Ayr look for third League Cup scalp
By L Dunsire |

This week will see the return of the Scottish Communities League Cup, which now reaches the Quarter Final stage. The likes of Rangers, Hearts and Aberdeen have already been eliminated, and with Celtic facing a potentially difficult trip to Easter Road, this year may offer a golden opportunity for a non Old Firm side to [Read more]