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New signing Osman Sow has been a revelation since making the summer switch from Crystal Palace and added to the likes of the experienced Neil Alexander and Danny Wilson, Hearts have proved that they are more than capable of challenging Rangers for ...
Hearts may no longer be in the top flight of Scottish football but they remain one of the biggest clubs in the country with a huge travelling support that swells the coffers of most other clubs. So when SPFL Premiership side St. Johnstone were ...
After a £9 million transfer from Heart of Midlothian to Sunderland in 2007, Gordon hoped that he could live up to his billing as British football's most expensive goalkeeper, but persistent knee problems gradually wore him down and eventually led to ...
However, this afternoon saw the first ever Hearts-Hibs fixture to be played in the second flight of Scottish league football. After the fall out of relegation for both capital clubs, this summer has seen major changes at Tynecastle and Easter Road ...
Alleged Party in Breach: Jamie Walker (Heart of Midlothian FC). Match: Heart of Midlothian FC v Hibernian FC, SPFL Championship, 17th August 2014. Disciplinary Rule(s) allegedly breached: Disciplinary Rule 200: Violent conduct by headbutting or ...
The Little Big Shot Youth Cup has been an established showcase competition for Scottish football's biggest prospects since 1983. Rangers are the current holders, having defeated Heart of Midlothian in a dramatic 8-7 penalty shootout at St Mirren Park ...
Previously Academy Director at Falkirk before experiencing spells working as High Performance Football Coach at the University of Stirling and youth coach at Rangers, May brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the newly-created role and will ...
... most explosive and controversial finale. First came two Heart of Midlothian goals, by Sam Nicholson and Prince Buaben, as well as the dismissal of Hibernian's Scott Robertson. Then it was Osman Sow's turn to walk, dismissed for catching Michael Nelson.
They face city rivals Hearts at Tynecastle next Sunday. Hibs: Oxley, Gray, Hanlon, Forster, Harris, Robertson, El Alagui, Craig, Stanton (Kennedy 79'), Heffernan (Cummings 79'), Stevenson. Substitutes not used: Perntreou, Nelson, Allan, Booth, Tudur Jones.
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After leaving Livingston, he added another honour to his tally by playing a successful role in Heart of Midlothian's Scottish Cup triumph in 2006. He also had stints with Bristol City and Preston North End before he played for ... Saumik kicked off his ...
   
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