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I think Killie ams will shock a lot! Not quite make any the major cup finals or that but they have added well this summer and may suprise a few teams they come up against in the cups and also will be there or there abouts in the league

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Been hearing killie losing players because of the manager and bringing in some guys who aren't great from Loudon, also making daft subs and some players aren't happy. Heard dry let/ayr athletic merged so they may surprise a few folk

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Shortlees played Drumley last year on our 11 match winning streak to win the league. They gave us our hardest game, and we were full strength and at home. I was very impressed with their attitude and determination, If they could continue that on to this season they could win the league. Keep it up Drumley.

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Hi Guys

Just joined the forum.

Killie Ams have always been proud of the fact that they can keep 24/25 players every season - 2 recently released with 2 coming in! This is down to the friendly ethos at the club where everyone is made welcome. We have many players at the club just now who have left us to play with other sides and discovered the grass is not always greener... then they come back! Amateur football should be seen as a hobby and enjoyment is important.

One or two lads have joined the ranks from Loudon and they have potential.

The dig at the manager is ridiculous and perhaps from someone who has moved on and didn't like a decision or two... well that's fitba and it happens at every club. We've had a decent pre season and are hopefully ready for Saturday.

We don't make out we are special, we are honest and hard working and like to try and play football a certain way. I'm hoping we can push for the league/promotion but there are other good sides in this league and it's way too early to make predictions. We don't expect any easy matches this season.

Some teams are being accused of splashing the cash but we certainly don't have the means for that! Our players and committee work hard to raise the profile of the club and fundraise to keep us going. We also look towards younger players with potential and try to develop them into better players if possible. Players that want to learn and don't think they know everything are often the best to work with.

If anyone is interested in joining in our ranks in a committee, coaching or playing capacity then please feel free to get in touch.

Thanks and all the best to each and every club for the forthcoming season!

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I think Hurlford AFC are a really good side and they'll give everyone a game. Drumley/Ayr could be excellent or it could be difficult... you never know with mergers. Never played Ayr Ath but Drumley are a good side especially at home. Irvine Town are always difficult opponents and we have derbies against Dean and Craigie to contend with so things will be tough in div 2.

Think Catrine with some of their signings could be tough to beat in the third.

Div 1 - Shortlees have a premier team there and so do KSC now but it will be difficult for both teams to go up if they also have lengthy cup runs. They have the quality but the first is the hardest league to get out of! Too many other good sides in that league too.

Premier - the usual although Galston, Clark Dr and Tarbolton will have ambitions of competing I'd imagine.

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I think Hurlford AFC are a really good side and they'll give everyone a game. Drumley/Ayr could be excellent or it could be difficult... you never know with mergers. Never played Ayr Ath but Drumley are a good side especially at home. Irvine Town are always difficult opponents and we have derbies against Dean and Craigie to contend with so things will be tough in div 2.

Think Catrine with some of their signings could be tough to beat in the third.

Div 1 - Shortlees have a premier team there and so do KSC now but it will be difficult for both teams to go up if they also have lengthy cup runs. They have the quality but the first is the hardest league to get out of! Too many other good sides in that league too.

Premier - the usual although Galston, Clark Dr and Tarbolton will have ambitions of competing I'd imagine.

Saw Tarbolton play hurlford afc the other week and I think both they sides will be difficult to beat in their respective leagues. T'bolton didn't lose a pre season game against an amateur side and hurlford beat a junior side too by all accounts. Think relentless will have a good side and Shortlees will be tough to beat in that division and will be there or thereabouts in cups too

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Hi Guys

Just joined the forum.

Killie Ams have always been proud of the fact that they can keep 24/25 players every season - 2 recently released with 2 coming in! This is down to the friendly ethos at the club where everyone is made welcome. We have many players at the club just now who have left us to play with other sides and discovered the grass is not always greener... then they come back! Amateur football should be seen as a hobby and enjoyment is important.

One or two lads have joined the ranks from Loudon and they have potential.

The dig at the manager is ridiculous and perhaps from someone who has moved on and didn't like a decision or two... well that's fitba and it happens at every club. We've had a decent pre season and are hopefully ready for Saturday.

We don't make out we are special, we are honest and hard working and like to try and play football a certain way. I'm hoping we can push for the league/promotion but there are other good sides in this league and it's way too early to make predictions. We don't expect any easy matches this season.

Some teams are being accused of splashing the cash but we certainly don't have the means for that! Our players and committee work hard to raise the profile of the club and fundraise to keep us going. We also look towards younger players with potential and try to develop them into better players if possible. Players that want to learn and don't think they know everything are often the best to work with.

If anyone is interested in joining in our ranks in a committee, coaching or playing capacity then please feel free to get in touch.

Thanks and all the best to each and every club for the forthcoming season!

Always a pleasure to play KAFC. Good bunch of boys and committee.
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Thanks and all the best to shortlees again this season. Hopefully meet in the cup if we get past our challengers.

Catrine have signed at least one good player from juniour fitba and a few other good ones according to a source. Group of pals playing together so they'll be tough opponents I think. Time will tell.

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Obviously in there league haha fancy them for a good Scottish run

I trained with pollok at start of pre season and was impressed with the squad Rab has put together . A lot of young to go with the older lads he had a couple of years ago . I think they will go up this season if they carry there preseason form into the league . Having beat both Greenock and ksc . Got to the final of the nia roo tournament , there looking really strong

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