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Thursday 30th July 2015
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» FFTF T-Shirts

Stewart Sinclair of local company Rainbow Ink Co. and Steven McDougall are two Killie fans who are trying to do their bit for our Fifty for the Future initiative. Between them they have produced some new t-shirts that they are hoping to sell with all the profits going to FFTF.

T-shirts can be ordered from the Rainbow Ink website or by telephoning 01563 523 335.

The following designs are available: -

Captain Hooky
Hooky 300
The K-Team
Killie 'Til I Die
Manuel Pascali
Pie Wars
Killie 1 Celtic 0...Roon Ye!
Say Aye to a Killie Pie
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1869 Hoodie
The K-Team
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Connolly named Kilmarnock captain
Kilmarnock announce defender Mark Connolly as their new captain following Manuel Pascali's departure from Rugby Park.
Stranraer sign Cairney and Keenan
Stranraer add top flight experience to their squad by signing midfielder Paul Cairney and defender Dale Keenan.
McCulloch leaves 'worst year' behind
Lee McCulloch is looking forward to a fresh start at Kilmarnock having been at "breaking point" at Rangers.
McCulloch a great addition - Boyd
Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd believes player-coach Lee McCulloch can have a positive impact at Rugby Park.
McCulloch agrees to Kilmarnock move
Former Rangers captain Lee McCulloch will sign for Kilmarnock this summer in a player-coach role.

 
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