Inside your February Killie Magazine

Derby Day is nearly here and make sure that picking up the brand new edition of the Killie Magazine is all part of your lucky pre-match preparation.

February’s mag features an in-depth interview with our last-minute derby hero Oli Shaw, who discusses the emotions of his Somerset winner as well as his father’s experience with our county cousins back in the 1990s.

Innes Cameron is another man who has pulled on the colours of both teams before making his mark in the season’s first encounter with an emphatic penalty. Big Innes reflects on what he learned from his brave move across the Ayrshire divide and how he’s driven to help Killie while remaining on loan for the rest of the campaign.

This edition also covers our encounters with Fife duo, Dunfermline and Raith Rovers as we take time to reminisce over some classic matches including a Paul Di Giacomo-inspired demolition of Stephen Kenny’s relegation-threatened Pars side from 2006.

Derek McInnes outlines the need for home comforts in his Manager’s Notes as new signing Dean Campbell extolls the virtues of linking up with his mentor once more after joining from Aberdeen.

Brandon Haunstrup brings you a little closer in our Up Close and Personal feature as he lifts the lid on his love of Pompey, his favourite piece of advice and much more.

Priced at £4, you can get your hands on the mag  online through Curtis Sport or you can pick it up in person at the Killie Superstore from Wednesday (February 9).

Mixu, Mixu may be bigger than me and you but he’s not so huge to avoid the Killie Magazine as Gordon Gillen chats to our popular former manager about the tactical outlook which inspired his highly-entertaining team of 2010.

For all that flair, you need steady, reliable hands to bring balance and we’re lucky to have two of the best in Richard Cairns and club historian John Livingston. They bring you all the interesting facts, figures and fun teasers about our boys in blue and white and this month’s opposition.