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» Alan Findlay Homepage :: E-mail
On behalf of the members of the Sons Supporters Society (Sonstrust) at Dumbarton, best of luck and good wishes for your launch meeting this Friday.
posted on: 19th August 2003
» chubbs Homepage :: E-mail
Well done with the site folks, it's looking no too bad at all.
posted on: 14th August 2003
» GodFlesh Homepage :: E-mail
Well done on putting together an excellent site. More importantly, big applause for getting the trust off the ground. I for one will be lending my backing at the launch meeting. All the best, Dave.
posted on: 11th August 2003
» ROBERT ANDERSON Homepage :: E-mail
Congratulations! What a great opportunity for all Killie fans to play a bigger role in the every day affairs of KFC.I only hope that 'ex-pat.' fans like myself get a chance to join.Lang may yer lum reek.
posted on: 8th August 2003
» Alan Howie Homepage :: E-mail
Good luck with the trust. I hope the intentions will be honourable.
posted on: 3rd August 2003
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