Huntly football club are taking steps to help re-establish its supporters club as one of the best supported in the Highland league with a number of new initiatives, and plans to use the clubs AGM as the platform to promote this.

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Last week’s game was a nightmare from start to finish. We got off on the wrong foot and apart from a spell towards the end of the first half; we never really looked at the races. Keith were bigger and stronger and when we hit that good patch, they kicked on and were out of sight.

Under Andy and Tommy the away form has been patchy but we have looked the business at home. One or two additions to the squad and next season is looking healthy.

Talking about the squad, the Highland League is a place where gossip flies all over the place and because most players know somebody, then nine times out of ten it’s a case of no smoke without fire.
Another story surfaced at the soulless Kynoch Park on Saturday and I for one hope this story is the one out of ten.....time will only tell.

James McKay
Supporters Club Chairman

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I don't think it’s an understatement that we will be very glad to see the back of this season.  Shipping at least 5 goals five or six times in a season, says it all.

We were promised lots at the start of the season, what we got was a complete shadow of what it should have been. A manager who the fans would have dumped long before he walked and with that decision of sticking with him, it has set us back again.

Highlights were the Scottish Cup win against East Stirling and the emergence of a few of the young players coming through, Glenn Murison, Connor Brian and Joe Burr to name a few. The board must back this with new signings and hopefully more quality than we have saw coming to the club,  the lows.........well far too many to list.

We are seeing shoots of recovery under Doug and Mark, both well experienced and we know it’s hurting us all with the results and performances. Once again the small band we have in the supporters club will be there.

We are trying to send a bus for the last league game a week today away at Fort William. It's been a long time since we have done that and by all accounts; it’s a great day out. So let us know if you would like to travel. The bus will leave at 9am, with a stop for lunch.

Thank you to our members who continue to support our efforts, and we will see you for the AGM, so we can start another season off.

James McKay

Supporters Club Chairman

Read more: "We will be very glad to see the back of this season"

A very belated happy new year to you and yours.

I'm sure we will all have a moan about the lack of games over the festive period and for some but seeing what others have had to go through, it really does bring it home, it’s only a game.

Before this wet and windy period the league secretary was ridiculed for so many games in such a short period of time, maybe those years of experience have not been wasted after all, he may be able to the see the weather months in advance but he still can't solve a problem like Fort William's micro climate. Keith have been in the same boat, peppered with a few good results in December before the freeze kicked in, so like us will be geared up to start 2016 in a winning way.

I was disappointed to see Craig Dorrat listed during the weeks off. Always gives 100% when in the team and a real fan's favourite. If only we had more like him. On the positive side, seeing another player like Cruicky sign on again is good news, however more new players are still needed.

James McKay

Supporters Club Chairman 

Read more: "It's Only A Game"

Congratulations to centre half Craig Dorrat who was named Huntly FC Supporters Club Player of the Year for 2013/14.


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