Trio depart Kilmarnock

Barry Nicholson, Darren Barr and Ismael Bouzid have left Kilmarnock as the club rebuild for the new season.

Last Updated: 28/05/14 at 10:17 Post Comment

Allan Johnston: Building for the new campaign

Allan Johnston: Building for the new campaign

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Allan Johnston's men ensured their Scottish Premiership status on the final day of the season with a 1-0 victory at Hibernian courtesy of Kris Boyd's winner.

Johnston is now shaping his squad for the new campaign and hopes to keep a number of out-of-contract stars, including Boyd.

He is also on the search for a new assistant following Sandy Clark's departure.

Johnston said in the Daily Record: "We're still talking to Kris Boyd, Alexei Eremenko, Sammy Clingan, Jeroen Tesselaar and James Fowler.

"I have spoken to a couple of people regarding the assistant manager's job now Sandy Clark has left the club.

"We had a good partnership at Queen of the South and Kilmarnock but this is an opportunity to freshen things up."

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