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League Standings

  Name P W D L GD Pos Pts
1 Pollok 7 5 1 1 +10 73 16
2 Yoker 6 4 1 1 +5 73 13
3 Maybole 7 3 2 2 +3 68 11
4 Rutherglen 6 3 2 1 +2 71 11
5 Shettleston 6 3 2 1 ±1 71 11
6 Kirkintilloch 5 3 1 1 +3 73 10
7 Ardeer 5 3 1 1 +3 73 10
8 Greenock 6 3 0 3 +3 69 9
9 Cumbernauld 6 2 1 3 -3 67 7
10 Neilston 6 1 3 2 -3 66 6
11 Kilsyth 6 1 1 4 -5 64 4
12 Irvine Vics 6 0 3 3 -5 63 3
13 Thorniewood 6 0 2 4 -7 62 2
14 Largs 6 0 2 4 -8 62 2

Last update: 19/10/14

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David WINTERS 14
Allan MacKENZIE 4
Thomas CLARK 1
Findlay FRYE 1
Gary WILD 1

Statistics from goals scored in competitive matches.
Most recent update 19/10/14


Scheduled Fixtures

Date Opponent Venue

For more detailed information see http://pollokfc.com/fixtures


Vacancy: Sports Therapist

Pollok Football Club is seeking a qualified sports therapist to work with its first team squad.

The ideal candidate will have expertise in sports therapy and a first aid qualification.

This post will require availability on Monday and Wednesday evenings and Saturday matchdays.

Interested parties should send a note of relevant qualifications and experience to info@pollokfc.com.


Manager's Forum

On Friday 10th October, members and fans of Pollok Football Club will have the opportunity to air views and put questions to manager Tony McInally and his coaches.

The event will take place in the club pavilion building, starting at 7:30pm. Members will receive free admission, and while non-members are welcome, they will be asked for a small donation at the door.

Please note that the pavilion can hold a maximum of thirty seated guests. If you wish to book a seat, you can drop the club a line at info@pollokfc.com; otherwise entry will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

We hope that fans will welcome this opportunity to engage more closely with the club, and respond by coming along in numbers to hear the manager’s views.

Supports will also have the opportunity to hear Tony speak when he guests on Pulse 98.4 Community Radio’s Junior Football show (the name of which escapes us) on Thursday 9th October from 8-9pm. You can listen live online via Pulse 98.4 Community Radio’s website.


Committee Vacancy

The Pollok Football Club committee currently has a vacancy.

Any football club member who is interested in being proposed to committee should send a short covering note to info@pollokfc.com, outlining what skills, qualities and experiences they feel they could bring to the committee.

Only submissions received before Monday, 16th September 2014 will be considered.

Any prospective committee members should be aware that an interview process will take place before any appointment is made.


Bryan Dingwall Returns to Newlandsfield

The club will make a special presentation to Lok legend Bryan Dingwall this Saturday, before the club's league match at home to Irvine Victoria.

Dingwall, who scored 118 goals in 157 appearances for Lok, retired from football at the end of last season.

Supporters wishing to show their appreciation to Bryan for his service to our club should be present at Newlandsfield by 13:30.

The club respectfully asks as many supporters as possible to come along to give Dingy a warm welcome on his return.


Squad News

Pollok have moved to strengthen the midfield before tomorrow afternoon’s opening league clash away to Greenock, after injury put both Willie Howie and Alan Lindsay on the sidelines for an extended period.

John Sweeney, recently released by Clyde, will need no introduction to the Newlandsfield faithful. John scored 7 goals from midfield in 52 appearances for Lok before leaving for senior football, and went on to captain Clyde for 3 seasons.

John told pollokfc.com: “I had four amazing seasons at Clyde, but football being football, it was time for me to move on. I had a number of offers from senior teams and interest from across the juniors; but I knew from my previous spell that the buzz of playing at Newlandsfield is infectious, so when I heard that Pollok had called, I knew there was only one option for me. It’s going to be a tough season, but I’m ready for the challenge and can’t wait to get started against Greenock tomorrow.”

Tony McInally pulled off a second major transfer coup today, capturing the signature of versatile midfielder Findlay Frye from last season’s Scottish Junior Cup runners-up Glenafton. The Lok faithful will most likely remember Findlay from this stunning goal he scored at Newlandsfield for Irvine Meadow IX (viewers of a sensitive disposition should look away now).

Tony McInally was emphatic in his praise for both players: ‘I’m incredibly pleased to bring both of these talented and dynamic midfielders to the club. I’m sure supporters will see quickly what they will bring to the team’.

Both are available for selection against Greenock tomorrow.


Greenock v Pollok—Match Arrangements

We have been contacted by the officials from Greenock Juniors, who have asked us to advise supporters in pursuit of refreshment on Saturday that a licensed bar is available within their ground, open from 12:30.




Squad News

Pollok Football Club has added two new faces to its squad this week.

Ryan McBeth, a midfielder, has signed for the club after impressing in recent matches as a trialist. Thomas Clark, also a midfielder, has stepped up from the ranks of Pollok’s juveniles. Both will be available for selection for Saturday’s match against St. Anthony’s.

Talking to pollokfc.com, Tony McInally spoke highly of both “Ryan is a versatile player who’s not afraid to run at players and he has an eye for goal. We’re really pleased to bring Thomas through from the juveniles too, he’s been training with us since pre-season, and he’s got bags of potential, as I think anyone who’s seen him play for us as a trialist would agree. Both guys have shown a great attitude in training, and I think they’ll both bring something a bit different to the squad.”

Heading in the opposite direction, the club is disappointed to report that forward Carlo Monti has parted company with the club.

Carlo has completed a successful trial with Maltese Premier league side Żebbuġ Rangers, who have offered him a full-time deal which he has accepted.

Tony McInally said “Obviously we’re really disappointed that Carlo has chosen to go and to lose a player of his calibre. He made it clear when he signed that he harboured ambitions to return to full-time senior football, although neither of us had expected an opportunity to arise so quickly. The timing of his decision doesn’t do us any favours, but I feel we are acting in good faith by allowing him to pursue his ambition of playing full-time football elsewhere. We would like to wish Carlo every future success in his football ambitions abroad.

Craig Borland has also parted company with the club, citing work committments as the reason for his departure.


Kids Go FREE at Newlandsfield this Saturday

Pollok Football Club is delighted to offer free entry to all under 16s for this Saturday’s (23rd August) home fixture against St Anthony’s.

Speaking about the offer, club President Stuart MacDonald stated: “our matches against St Anthony’s are always keenly contested affairs, played in the right spirit, and we are delighted to be able to offer free entry to children.  We hope that this offer in part repays the loyalty of our existing fans and also attracts new visitors to our ground.

“We look forward to welcoming both existing and first-time supporters alike to Newlandsfield Park on Saturday.”

Kick off for the match is 14.00, and Pollok FC play at Newlandsfield Park, Newlandsfield Road, immediately next to Pollokshaws East train station and the Morrisons store at Newlands.


Defibrillator Training Update

Last Sunday, 27 July, Club President Stuart MacDonald (right) received a heart defibrillator from Claire Farley of the Scottish Ambulance Service on behalf of the club.

The Club is very grateful to the British Heart Foundation and a very generous Club member for funding the purchase of the defibrillator.

Nine Pollok members/supporters undertook a three hour training session covering both CPR and the defibrillator.


Andrew Reid - Funeral Arrangements

Andrew Reid, Pollok’s oldest supporter and life-long club member, has passed away shortly before his 95th birthday.

Onshi, as he was known to many, intermittently served on the committee between the 1950s and 1980s and was well-known for his outspoken opinions. He was a true Pollok supporter, who contributed much to the club and maintained a healthy interest in it right up to his final days.

Andrew’s funeral will be on Friday 18th July at 9.45am at the Linn Crematorium.