Welcome back, We’re in with a shout of playoff places, let’s see how we got on!


13 points from a possible 18 a great start to the playoff race


9 points from 12 leaves us needing just 3 points to secure the playoff spot.


Horrendous end to the season, 2 points from a possible 18 we still managed to make the playoffs.

Playoff Semi Finals

An amazing performance away at Brighton takes us to the final

Playoff Final

Heartbreak! 93rd minute winner for Norwich! A very even game overall and they just beat us at the death


Still progress this season but missing out on promotion hurts. We need to go again this next season


Halme was a rock at the back for us and Kuhnel was a steal for £48.07k


Politic finally left after 7 seasons and 217 games for the club, McGuire and Masek were two promising youngsters that had bids we couldn’t reject. Andre Green leaves for £3m a £2.6m profit made on him.


Another summer another striker, We needed some more attacking depth and he can play wide too


Busumbru comes in to add depth at CB and CM, he will hopefully grow into a first teamer


A promising Left back he will return to Killie on loan for a season for some first team football. One for the future


Overall a great season for us, whilst we missed out on promotion its still improvement for us. We have to try and go one step more this season coming.


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