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Saturday 4th April 2020

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» The Current Campaign
So far we have raised over £35,000 getting ever closer to our target of £50,000 per season for the next 3 seasons.

At the moment we are still canvassing local businesses for support as well as individuals.

There are many supporters out there all contributing in their own way, from Car Boot sales to selling old Killie merchandise - you may even have read of two fit lads who are walking the west highland way and donating their sponsorship to the FFTF campaign. As always, please keep in touch with the various initiatives and ways of helping by reading B&H in the Kilmarnock Standard, visiting or by coming back here periodically!

We need your support to reach our target. If you can think of any ideas which might raise funds for FFTF - please get in contact with us.

We are still a long way from our final target so to those businesses and individuals not already signed up - please do so now!

To contribute to the campaign please print off and fill in our Standing Order Form and send it to us at the address on the Contact Page.

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  Killie News

‘Rangers might say they won’t play at Kilmarnock any more’ - Ex-SFA chief says Gers could boycott Rugby Park
Former Scottish Football Association chief Gordon Smith has claimd Rangers could refuse to play matches at Rugby Park in reponse to Kilmarnock’s decision to cut the Gers’ ticket allocation.
Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd may retire at the end of the season
Kris Boyd has revealed that he’s considering retirement at the end of the season as he’s unsure of whether he wants to continue at Rugby Park.
Kris Boyd reveals phone call with terrified young fan after Celtic match
Kris Boyd has revealed a conversation with a terrified eight-year-old fan whom he had to assure it was safe to still come to football matches.
Kilmarnock cut Rangers allocation for final game of the season
Kilmarnock have decided to cut Rangers’ allocation for the clash between the two teams on the final day of the season.
Rumour Mill: King ‘insulted intelligence’ of Rangers fans | Kris Boyd may retire | Lennon reveals Desmond calls
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