Kilmarnock archives September 2008
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Kilmarnock's players were slammed by boss Jim Jefferies following their 3-1 defeat to Inverness at the Caledonian Stadium on Saturday.
Kilmarnock boss Jim Jefferies heaped praise on Conor Sammon after his side progressed in the Co-op Cup at the expense of Aberdeen.
Kilmarnock boss Jim Jefferies has said his new contract will not affect his focus as he targets a hat-trick of League Cup finals.
Kilmarnock keeper Alan Combe has lambasted referee Mike McCurry for his performance in the 3-1 defeat to Celtic at the weekend.
Jim Jefferies has boosted Kilmarnock by signing a new contract extension to keep him at Rugby Park until summer 2012.
Kilmarnock boss Jim Jefferies can pick from the same 14 players which narrowly lost to Rangers last week for Sunday's visit of Celtic.
Jim Jefferies has asked his players for the same spirited show against Celtic that Kilmarnock delivered in their 2-1 defeat to Rangers.
Kilmarnock's veteran keeper Alan Combe has been backed by midfielder Craig Bryson to win a place in George Burley's Scotland squad.
Kilmarnock boss Jim Jefferies has received a boost after being told Simon Ford is fit and ready to return against Rangers at Ibrox.
Jim Jefferies admits he is delighted with the way his side have started the season, as they approach a tough run of fixtures.
Defender Tom Clancy is set for a first-team return at Kilmarnock after featuring for the reserves against St Mirren.
Former Kilmarnock boss Bobby Williamson is preparing for his first World Cup qualifier in charge of Uganda against Niger on Sunday.
Kilmarnock gained a home draw and were paired with Aberdeen in the 3rd Round of the Co-operative Insurance Cup.