22 May 2013: 5:40am
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Mark Roberts this week completed deals for three players and vowed: “I’ll get it right next season.”Read
Ayr boss Mark Roberts has axed the bulk of last season’s squad and warned the jury is out on others.Read
Ayr’s teenage hopefuls are going to get physical as they try to stamp their mark.Read
Ayr manager Mark Roberts wants star goalkeeper Graeme Smith to be his first summer signing.Read
Kids Michael Wardrope and Jackson Longridge are in line for bench spots as Ayr close their Somerset Park season on Saturday.Read
The Boxing Day pain was one of Ayr’s sorest of the season.Read
Ayr United could be line for a £250,000 windfall if two star teenagers go south.Read
It was supposed to be the game that kick-started a thrilling end to the season.Read
Determined Mark Roberts has told unhappy fans: I’m going nowhere.Read
Robbie Crawford is a shoe-in for Ayr United’s young player of the year.Read
It’s getting uncannily familiar.Read
Two Ayr starlets are heading back to Birmingham City for a second week’s trial.Read
Mark Roberts claims FEAR is hurting Ayr United’s bid for promotion.Read
Mark Roberts accused Ayr of accepting defeat as runaway Queens left them in the starting blocks for the fourth time this season.Read
Three Ayr players are heading to Birmingham City on trial.Read
Mark Roberts is ready to pull on his boots to rescue Ayr’s season.Read
Only 631 - the smallest Somerset Park crowd for years - turned their backs on Man Utd v Real Madrid.Read
They rode their luck to beat Forfar 2-1 on Saturday.Read
Mark Roberts insists Ayr United’s play-off hopes are still alive — despite Tuesday’s 2-1 defeat by Stenhousemuir.Read
Two home games in three days take on massive importance for Ayr after they came unstuck in a Brechin bog on Tuesday evening.Read
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