It would be absurd for
Aaron Hughes to complain about his lot after a career where he has amassed 104 international caps while also playing for managers of the calibre of Bobby Robson and Kenny Dalglish.
Idon’t know if you saw that documentary about The Scotsman this week but the stand-out moment for me was when the narrator, Hearts-supporting thespian Ken Stott, revealed how in 1840 the paper broke the story of the Ice Age. This was 2,600,000 years after the event but, come on, an exclusive’s an…
If the line of succession had unfolded as intended, Jack Ross might well be manager of Hearts now. Instead, it’s
fallen to a far younger man to lead the Tynecastle club.
Fraser Fyvie looked back, all the way up Leith Walk and was staggered by the sea of green and white. For a guy who says he hadn’t realised the club
had been waiting well over a century for a Scottish Cup
win, the magnitude of the
celebrations and the wealth of gratitude was surprising.
Raith Rovers manager Gary Locke claims Rudi Skacel is as big a Hearts icon as the club’s all-time leading league goalscorer John Robertson.
Excitement has been building for the William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round and it kicks off tomorrow. Here is what to look out for over the weekend.
Barrie McKay has been targeted by RB Leipzig for a £6 million January move, Hearts and Hibs have joined Aberdeen in the hunt for Stevie May, Darlington Nagbe still wants Celtic move and Michael O’Halloran is interesting clubs south of the border.
Hibernian have responded to accusations of race hate slurs, by saying the player at the centre of the row is welcome to make a complaint to the club.