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Not mathematically guaranteed yet but as good as!!!

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I suspect it's going to be a wee bit hard for Killie to beat both Aberdeen & Celtic by a combined 9 goals.

Aberdeen should confirm our top 6 split place during Sunday lunch :)

Assuming they do....

Despite what sounded a below-par performance today, well done to the players & staff, no mean feat when you see how close the group just below us are, and how close the tiny gap down to the playoff fight has become, with County & 'Well finding a good run recently.

I have to admit to being relieved we won't be facing 5 games against those desperate sides, from the 7th place Hamilton now find themselves in. 12 points above 'Well, they ought to be safe....but I'd not say the same for Killie or Partick.

Meanwhile, we have another derby (away?) to look forward to.....another day with the wee haters at Dens.....a visit from the Caley minibus....and trips to Pittodrie & Parkhead. I'd expect the manager & players....not to mention the board....will enjoy that.  

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Widnae go as far as thanking United .........But as well as doing theirselves a favour, it looks like they have done one for us :)

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Shocking performance today. Really lacking all over park.

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I'll tell you what we were lacking.  At least four regulars.  I thing they were lacking one.

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I'll tell you what we were lacking. At least four regulars. I thing they were lacking one.

Stewart had his worst game for us for sure.

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He was due one.  Something we'll have to live with.  I thought we all knew what we were in terms of quality but a derby win and we suddenly think we have a divine right to p!ss all over the opposition.  The wee haters are a good team and we had to play a handful of players today who may well not be with us next season.  Job was 90% done on Wednesday night imo.

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Don't think Stewart is fully fit. Been a hard first season in SPFL for him. I hope he gets a couple of weeks rest. Just shows how much we need him.

Still think it's a huge well done to players and staff and no doubt a welcome boost to the finances finishing in top 6.

Must say COYR for Sunday.

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What a season.

The hard work starts here though.

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I'll feel so much better about it after the sheep pump Killie tomorrow  

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Am I right in thinking the difference in prize money between 6th and 7th is £80,000?

I'm sure that bill colvin said we may even make a small profit should we reach the top six.

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Am I right in thinking the difference in prize money between 6th and 7th is £80,000?

I'm sure that bill colvin said we may even make a small profit should we reach the top six.

Total difference is circa £120k mate.

Plus 6th place gets £300k this month as opposed to only £25k in 7th place.

Remainder of balances paid in August to level things up but finishing 6th nets us a significantly larger and swifter payment than 7th.

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Decent wedge then boba.

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Am I right in thinking the difference in prize money between 6th and 7th is £80,000?

I'm sure that bill colvin said we may even make a small profit should we reach the top six.

thought it was around a 200k jump but might be wrong....

Difference is about £80 overall but i think its when the payments are made thats the big difference. 

SPL

1: £2,405,514 (13.39%, -£314,487)

2: £1,717,454 (9.56%, -£682,546)

3: £1,460,555 (8.13%, -£59,446)

4: £1,288,629 (7.17%, -£71,371)

5: £1,202,757 (6.7%, -£77,243)

6: £1,116,884 (6.22%, -£83,116)

7: £1,056,701 (5.88%, -£63,299)

8: £1,005,142 (5.6%, -£34,858)

9: £987,895 (5.5%, +£27,895)

10: £902,023 (5.02%, +£22,023)

11: £816,150 (4.54%, +£16,150)

12: £730,277 (4.07%, +£10,277)

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