Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Be The Boss - Alan Taylor

The boss this week is Alan 'Bullitt' Taylor who is a regular on our Killie Kickback forums. We don't know anything about Alan at all so its quite difficult to do a wee intro blurb...let's just assume with a Steve McQueen like (thanks Gordon) handle like that he is an international man of mystery!

Jamie McDonald: Easiest position on the park to fill. Made some great saves at Ibrox saving us from another Celticesque doing!

Luke Hendrie: Of the five signed fullbacks he's been the most impressive (how to be a winner and loser at same time!).

Miles Addison: Was really poor at Ibrox but since his return he's added much needed stability.
Jonny Burn: Prior to his injury he seemed to be performing really well. Accies have a little bit of pace up top and I'd go for mobility over Boyd's experience.

Stevie Smith: I would move Stevie back to full back to make up for the experience lost in central defence. Imrie likes to drift into wide areas and Smith can nullify it a little more than Taylor at this stage.

Rory McKenzie: No doubt the main man at Accies is Crawford. I'd stick Rory behind Dicker and Smith purely to harass Crawford. There are similar qualities with Rory and 'The Fow'.

Gary Dicker: Our only natural central midfielder is Gary and his combative nature makes him an easy pick.
Martin Smith: I've been impressed with Smith in spells...mobile and never hides. The type of player that could thrive against Hamilton.

Adam Frizzel: Changed shape for this match and getting Friz in behind a front two is a must. We are the home side and need the points.

Kris Boyd: Tyson unfortunate to miss out, but we need goals. Boyd has a knack for scoring against the so called 'bottom six' clubs.
Souliymane Coulibaly: As easy as selecting McDonald. The wee man performs better as a striker rather than on the wings. As with Boyd let's get two up top and give Hamilton something to worry about.

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