Hearts’ new manager, Daniel Stendel, will take up his post with the Tynecastle club tomorrow. Stendel will replace […]
Bonnyrigg Rose will play Clyde in the fourth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup after the draw […]
By Morven McIntyre Community One Stop shop, a local foodbank in Broomhouse received a generous donation of £2,800 […]
By Andrea Triunfo and Alejandro Basterrechea From Celtic winning its 18th League Cup to the Euro 2020 draw […]
Hearts are to be given as much time as possible to get their main stand ready for Sundays game with Partick Thistle. A number of issues are stopping the club being awarded their safety certification.
by Andy Grozier
Hearts managed to rescue a point last night against Hamilton in a six goal thriller at New Douglas Park.
Jamie Walker had put the Edinburgh side ahead in the 8th minute with a brilliant half-volley only to see the Accies draw equal before powering ahead after half-time.
The home side’s come back started with a stunning free-kick from Ali Crawford. The 25 year old midfielder drifted the ball into the bottom corner of Jack Hamilton’s net from 20 yards. The strike was a touch of class in what was a mostly scrappy first half.
Rakish Bingham extended the Accies lead with a calm finish just moments into the second-half after a smooth passing move sent the striker through on goal. Bingham then got his brace in the 68th minute, beating the Hearts keeper with a shot fired into the bottom corner.
Pressure has continued to mount on the Old Firm to accept new voting rules in the Scottish Premier […]
After the drama of last weekend’s Six Nations’ climax, the next two days promise a much quieter weekend […]
Scottish FA Youth Cup – 3rd Round Hibernian 2-1 Heart of Midlothian (AET) Saturday 12th November 2011, Easter […]
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By Christopher Hall For years Scottish Football has had it’s issues, everyone knows that. Sectarianism, racism and debt […]
By Mark Pryde and David Maxwell Edinburgh has been gripped by football fever as city rivals Hearts and Hibernian […]
By Lauren Witherspoon Hearts captain, Michael Stewart, has claimed that the media have undermined his team, by “manipulating” […]
By Myles Edwards Hearts and Hibs bosses have clashed over Walter Smith’s claim that Scottish football is dying a slow death. […]
By Stewart primrose Hibernian won the Edinburgh derby for the first time in five attempts as they strengthened their hopes of […]
Motherwell 1-0 Hearts
By Ross Hart
Chris Porter’s early header was enough to condemn Csaba Laszlo’s side to a fifth game without a win ahead of Sunday’s Scottish Cup derby with Hibernian.
The home side started the game with more purpose than their visitors and Jim O’Brien fired a ball across the face of the Jambos’ goal but no ‘Well player was able to capitalise.
With a busy weekend of sport ahead, Ross Hart takes a look at the upcoming action. Football: Weather permitting, […]
By Ross Hart Hearts have come to an agreement with Arbroath to postpone payment of money owed to […]
Graeme Macleod previews this weekend’s sports action. Rugby: Heineken Cup Pool Two Edinburgh Gunners vs. London Wasps The […]
By Ross Hart This weekend marks the third round of the Homecoming Scottish Cup and two part-time Edinburgh sides […]
by Karen Clark Hearts midfielder Michael Stewart has been given a three match suspension after his sending off […]