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On 1/13/2019 at 4:55 PM, Caledonianfc1885 said:

They have an Oyster Catcher on their badge - what the significance is I do not know. Maybe someone could enlighten me ! 

According to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_Kilbride_F.C.#Badge

"The badge for the new club features the oystercatcher bird and also the colour red, symbols of St Bridgit, after whom East Kilbride is named, cill being the Gaelic word for a religious cell, which was the common form of ancient Celtic religious organisation, thus Kilbride being the religious cell associated with St Bridgit/St Bride. East to distinguish from West Kilbride in Ayrshire."

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On ‎1‎/‎13‎/‎2019 at 5:17 PM, IMMORTAL HOWDEN ENDER said:

You are going off topic again SP. It was King Brude and St Columba at the Pictish Fort on Craig Phadrig - nowt to do with East Kilbride. Poor Alan Simpson is misinterpreted ?

Come on Pimpernel Keep up mun!! :whistle:

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I live in EK now and have been up to K Park a few times to see them play and they are no mugs!

Looking forward to the game on Sat and expect a win but it won't be easy.  Be good to see Proc back at the TCS.

 

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12 hours ago, dougal said:

EK were formed as a result of a merger and like us they are from one of the biggest towns in Scotland but have a very poor support In comparison to their population.

There are even more old firm supporters in East Kilbride than Inverness 

Dougal

 

 

 

You have been missed as much as a striker.

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Seeing as this seems to be the pre match thread for the game it's worth posting this so fans who attend are aware. Hopefully as many supporters as possible join in with the applause as it would mean a lot to Dawn's family :smile:

 

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3 hours ago, Alan Simpson said:

What do people need to no other than well completely pump them even with White as lone striker!

Is that at home or in the replay?

Pride comes before a fall, and all that.

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On 1/16/2019 at 2:28 PM, RiG said:

Seeing as this seems to be the pre match thread for the game it's worth posting this so fans who attend are aware. Hopefully as many supporters as possible join in with the applause as it would mean a lot to Dawn's family :smile:

 

Terrible when the ICT family lose one of our own, especially so tragically early, Let's applaud until our hands are sore and fill the ground with love and condolences for her family and loved ones. Might not be possible for tomorrow but a bucket collection for a charity of her family's choosing might be another fitting tribute.

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Kilby are on a 10 match winning run in which they've scored 28 and conceded only 2. They may only be Lowland League but their confidence must be sky high and we should heed Red Card's warning and treat them with respect and caution - they will be well up for this and see as vulnerable.

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2 hours ago, bigman said:

Any word about the state of pitch will the game be on?

Get Alan Simpson down early to blow some of his hot air on the pitch and the game will be on. 

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On 1/14/2019 at 5:32 PM, Alan Simpson said:

Even white should bag a few against this poor rag tag mob if we don't beat them by 4 goals I'll eat Whites toe nail on a granary roll!

Who else was disappointed when the 4th went in? ?

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