KILMARNOCK completed their pre-season schedule with a 3-2 defeat at home to Bristol City last night.
Albert Adomah gave the visitors a first-half lead, only for Matthew Kennedy to equalise for the SPL side after 55 minutes.
But Martyn Woolford regained City's lead in the 75th minute and, although Danny Racchi restored parity, Paul Anderson denied Killie a draw by netting a close-range winner two minutes from time.
Elsewhere, the Glazer family have issued a notice of intent to sell just over 10 per cent of Manchester United on the New York Stock Exchange.
An announcement was made last night and confirms an intention to raise around £200million.
However, there does appear to have been a significant shift in how the proceeds will be used.
Previously, it was suggested that the entire sum would be used to pay off United's massive debt, that currently stands at over £400million.
However, the prospectus that has been released to accompany the announcement indicates only half the money will be used in that way, with the rest going directly to the family.
If that proves to be the case, it will provoke fury among the United support, who have already seen vast amounts of cash disappear in various charges following the Glazer family takeover in 2005.
The news came as United confirmed a massive new shirt sponsorship deal with US car giant Chevrolet, which takes effect from 2014.