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Rangers boss keen to add to squad, Hearts winger still on radar

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Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha is eager to strengthen his squad before the transfer window closes.

Caixinha has had a busy summer, bringing in the likes of Carlos Pena, Graham Dorrans and Bruno Alves, while shipping out numerous players including Joe Garner and Martyn Waghorn.

Hearts winger Jamie Walker and Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean have been linked with moves to Ibrox, and the Rangers boss admitted the club are working on more deals ahead of deadline day.

Hearts’ Seamless Return to the Premiership

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Hearts' 2-0 victory over Inverness on Tuesday moved the Tynecastle side to within six points of Aberdeen, before the Dons' win at Tannadice on Wednesday evening restored the nine-point gap. With the Jambos sitting pretty in 3rd place, chasing Aberdeen in 2nd, it can be easy to forget that they spent last season in the Championship.

Hearts’ Seamless Return to the Premiership

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Hearts’ 2-0 victory over Inverness on Tuesday moved the Tynecastle side to within six points of Aberdeen, before the Dons’ win at Tannadice on Wednesday evening restored the nine-point gap. With the Jambos sitting pretty in 3rd place, chasing Aberdeen in 2nd, it can be easy to forget that they spent last season in the Championship.

Scottish Premier League – Match Recaps – 22 September 2012

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Celtic, Hearts, Kilmarnock, and St Johnstone all won while Hibs were held at home by Inverness in the Scottish Premier League on September 22, 2012.

Celtic 2-0 Dundee FC

Celtic moved up within a point of the SPL lead with a solid home victory. It hasn't been a perfect start for Celtic but they are unbeaten at home and remain the overwhelming favorites to in the title.

Football Results for St Mirren ( 2 – 0 ) Hearts at St Mirren Park on September 15, 2012, 3:00 pm

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Football Match just over at St Mirren Park Scottish Premier League Home Team St Mirren Goals & Scorers 49′: Lewis Guy;38′: Jim Goodwin; Keeper Craig Samson Midfield Paul Dummett; Paul McGowan; Jim Goodwin; Kenny McLean; Forwards Steven Thompson; Lewis Guy; Defense Graham Carey; David Van Zanten; Marc [.

Football Results for Scottish Premier League for Sunday 2nd September 2012

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15:00 Hearts (-) Dundee United at Tynecastle Stadium15:00 Motherwell (4-1) Inverness C at Fir Park Stadium

Scottish Premier League Fixtures for Sunday 2nd September 2012

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15:00 Hearts v Dundee United at Tynecastle Stadium15:00 Motherwell v Inverness C at Fir Park Stadium

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Hearts boss slams ‘disrespectful’ Rodgers

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Glasgow (AFP) – Brendan Rodgers was labelled an “absolute disgrace” by fuming Hearts boss Jon Daly after the Celtic chief’s comments about the Edinburgh club’s managerial upheaval.

Hearts interim coach Daly was furious with Rodgers for his pre-match criticism of the departure of former Jambos boss Ian Cathro.

Hearts boss slams ‘disrespectful’ Rodgers

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Glasgow (AFP) – Brendan Rodgers was labelled an “absolute disgrace” by fuming Hearts boss Jon Daly after the Celtic chief’s comments about the Edinburgh club’s managerial upheaval.

Hearts interim coach Daly was furious with Rodgers for his pre-match criticism of the departure of former Jambos boss Ian Cathro.

Griffiths at the double as Celtic rout Hearts

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Glasgow (AFP) – Leigh Griffiths struck twice as Celtic made a flying start to their Scottish Premiership title defence with a 4-1 thrashing of Hearts on Saturday.

Griffiths opened the scoring in the 29th minute before Scott Sinclair made it two five minutes after the break at Parkhead.

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Outrageous Dive: Hearts Fan Takes Slow, Graceful Tumble Over Advertising Hoarding At Tynecastle (Video)

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Hearts served up a 4-0 stuffing of Hamilton at Tynecastle over the weekend, though it was one of their fans that ended up stealing the show.

During the latter stages of the match, the supporter in question painted his magnum opus by taking a slow, gradual tumble over the advertising hoarding behind the goal.

Shit Football Kits: Hearts’ New ‘Primrose Yellow And Pink’ Away Strip Is Truly Diabolical (Photos)

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That steaming pile of horse muckyou see before you isn't actually a photo of Hearts' diabolical new away kit, but it may as well be.

The actual kit is a homage to theEarl of Rosebery, whobecame Prime Minister in 1894, served aspresident of the Scottish Football Association and who also remains Honorary President of Hearts to this very day.

Hearts’ New Third Kit Features Names Of Thousands Of Fans Incorporated Into Design (Photos)

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At first glance it all looks a little bit glitchy and grey, but in actual fact a lot of thought and generosity has gone into Hearts' brand new third kit.

Incorporated into the design of the "tribute kit" are thousands of names, each signifying a proud member of the SPL side's Foundation of Hearts (FoH) the non-profit, supporter-led organisationthat helped rescue the Jambos from the brink of financial implosion a couple of years agoand now own a majority stake in the club, as headed by chairwomanAnn Budge.

Scottish Premier League News January 2014

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by Ali Morello

CELTIC

Neil Lennon has dismissed any suggestion that Celtic will be preparing to make a marquee signing in the looming January transfer window - and the Hoops boss isn't of a mind to bring in a box office name on the back of a short-term loan deal.

Americans Abroad

Perry Kitchen named Hearts captain

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Perry Kitchen hasn't been with Hearts of Midlothian very long, but the U.S. Men's National Team midfielder is set to assume the ultimate leadership role with the Scottish club.

Hearts announced on Wednesday that managerRobbie Neilson has appointed Kitchen as club captain for the 2016-17 season.

Perry Kitchen's patience rewarded with right fit at Hearts

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After five years in MLS, Perry Kitchen craved a new challenge. He wanted to take the next step in his career as well as have a new experience in a different part of the world, so Kitchenopted not to re-sign with D.C. United in order to explore his options as a free agent.

His patience was tested.

Perry Kitchen plays first minutes for Hearts in road win

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Heart of Midlothian head coach Robbie Neilson wasted no time in including Perry Kitchen into his plans for this season.

Days after he officially joined the Scottish Premiership club, the Hearts boss substituted the 24-year-old American on for Sam Nicholson in the 73rd minute of Saturday's 1-0 road win vs.

Perry Kitchen officially unveiled by Scottish club Hearts

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Perry Kitchen has officially found his new home.

Heart of Midlothian announced on Wednesday that the club has signed the former D.C. United midfielder. Kitchen joins the Scottish club on a two-and-a-half year deal after departing D.C. United as a free agent following the conclusion of the 2015 season.

Hibs

Retro Football: War Effort Forces BBC To Commentate On ‘Imaginary’ Match As Thick Fog Envelopes Hibs-Hearts Derby On New Year’s Day, 1940

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The Hibernian-Hearts derby on the very first dayof 1940 was truly one for the ages.

The finished 6-5 in Hearts favour and was chock full of near misses, blood-bubbling tackles and fantastic acrobatic saves. There was only one problem nobody saw any of it.

Indeed, most of the14,000 fans crammed inside Easter Road missed large swathes of the action as the stadium was engulfed in a dense fog that shrouded the pitch entirely.

Hibs v Hearts: Here we go again

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SPFL Premiership: Buddies need help from their friends

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Scottish football: A good news round-up

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If the people of Scotland still believe in Scottish football as their national sport then it is a measure of a national trait of defiance. News headlines, front page and back, might still be generated by the sport but too often recently it has been for bad news rather than for outstanding match results.

Hibs: Returning to the scene of the crime

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Do Hibs feel the hand of Scottish Cup history on their shoulder? Or does it have them by the throat, threatening to throttle them once again?

They head to Hampden as favourites to beat Falkirk in the semi final - 1.6 to win at Unibet to Falkirk's 5.5 - but demons lurk in every corner.

What do we chew on at the betting online feast?

SPL: Breaking bad?

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The SPL's winter leave of absence seems to have taken a few people by surprise.

It is only a fortnight though and we're not supposed to have a winter break as such, so they've maybe been trying to keep it quiet.

There also seems a reasonable chance that the holiday will land plum in the middle of the most clement stretch of winter weather.

Save the Leith One?

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A strange Tuesday for Hibs. With their city rivals toiling under the threat of financial calamity, it was Hibs who ended the day with a dismissed employee and something of a PR storm.

At half time in Sunday's game against Dundee United the tannoy at Easter Road blasted out a few lines of George Harrison's Taxman.

SPL: The Joy of Six

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A Saturday Superstore tomorrow. With Neil Doncaster as Mike Read and a half time interview with Craig Brown filling in for a wacky live link with Cheggers.

A splendid SPL smorgasbord seeing out September. Alarming alliteration aside, we can sit back and enjoy six games in the top flight.

Liverpool

Flagging for Offside: Overpriced Tickets, International Caps and Scottish Football

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Fans buy tickets at Liverpool Football Club (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

The Spiraling Cost of Modern Football

Modern football. The glamor, the glory. The excitement, the expense. Following football has become a very expensive hobby in recent years. As transfer fees skyrocketed in the mid 1990′s, wagesspiraledto similar lofty heights.

Liverpool v Arsenal preview

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Anfield - still a fortress or an opportunity for three valuable away points? (Photo: Not forgotten)

Liverpool v Arsenal   Anfield, Sunday, September 2 1:30 p.m.

Liverpool won't be including Clint Dempsey in their side to face Arsenal on Sunday, mainly because they drew the wrath of their fans more than Arsenal did after the debacle that saw him end up at Spurs.

Liverpool v Arsenal 09.02.12

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8:30am ET, live in the US on FSC

Last four head-to-head:
1-2 Arsenal (h) 03.03.12
2-0 Liverpool (a) 08.20.11
1-1 (a) 04.17.11
1-1 (h) 08.15.10

Last three matches:
Liverpool: 1-1 Hearts (h); 2-2 City (h); 1-0 Hearts (a)
Arsenal: 0-0 Stoke (a); 0-0 Sunderland (h)

Referee: Howard Webb

Guess at a line-up:
Reina
Kelly Skrtel Agger Johnson
Allen Åžahin
Borini Gerrard Sterling
Suarez

As long as Åžahin's ready, and I can't see why he wouldn't be, the line-up seems to write itself.

Suarez Goal Secures Liverpool Progress

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Liverpool secured their progress to the group stages of the Europa League last night after a 1-1 draw with Hearts. The Reds were supposed to go through with ease but a rather dire majority of the game was only livened up when Hearts found a goal late on, luckily for Liverpool Luis Suarez managed to find a return.

Suarez Goal Secures Liverpool Progress

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Liverpool secured their progress to the group stages of the Europa League last night after a 1-1 draw with Hearts. The Reds were supposed to go through with ease but a rather dire majority of the game was only livened up when Hearts found a goal late on, luckily for Liverpool Luis Suarez managed to find a return.

Liverpool vs Hearts Europa League Highlights 1-1 Templeton Suarez Goals Video

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Liverpool vs Hearts Europa League Highlights 1-1 Templeton Suarez Goals Video is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter Liverpool vs Hearts 2012 ( Liverpool HMFC VIDEO BELOW) Final score and result:- Liverpool vs Hearts 1-1 ( Suarez/Templeton) Agg score LFC 2 HMFC 1 Anfield, Liverpool- 30 August, 2012- Thursday- 20.

Liverpool 1-1 Hearts

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Liverpool win 2-1 on aggregate

Goals:
Templeton 84'
Suarez 88'

A match for experimentation, a result that came oh so close to going the wrong way.

Downing at left back, a more orthodox 4-3-3 with Shelvey and Gerrard notably ahead of Allen, and Henderson and Morgan – making his senior debut – on the left and right of the front three.

Liverpool 1-1 Hearts Highlights

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szólj hozzá: Liverpool vs Hearts 1:1 MATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Another Pepe Reina howler nearly cost Liverpool their place in tomorrow's Europa League draw but thankfully for them Luis Suarez finally found his scoring boots to level the game 1-1, with Liverpool going through virtue of their 1-0 win at Thynecastle last week.

Liverpool vs Hearts, and Newcastle vs Atromitos; Europa League: Open Thread

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Follow along with us today for the Europa League coverage as Liverpool take on Hearts at Anfield (the Reds have a 1-0 aggregate lead; live on FOX Soccer), while Newcastle United is at home against Greek side Atromitos (the Toon ...

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Hearts vs Cowdenbeath 10-0 Highlights 2015 Zeefuik Goals Video

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Hearts vs Cowdenbeath 10-0 Highlights 2015 Zeefuik Goals Video is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter Hearts v Cowdenbeath 2015 (Heart of Midlothian-Cowdenbeath VIDEO BELOW) Final score and result:- Hearts vs Cowdenbeath 10-0 (Zeefuik*3, Nicholson, Walker, Gomis, Ozturk, Wilson, Sow*2) Tynecastle- Scottish Championship- 28 February, 2015- 28/2/15 This game was from [.

Hearts vs Man City 2014 Friendly 1-2 Highlights Sinclair Sow Kolarov Goals Video

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Hearts vs Man City 2014 Friendly 1-2 Highlights Sinclair Sow Kolarov Goals Video is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter Hearts vs Man City 2014 ( HMFC Manchester City VIDEO BELOW) Final score and result:- Hearts v Man City 1-2 (Sow/Sinclair, Kolarov) Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh- 18 July, 2014- 19.

Tottenham new boy Roberto Soldado hopes Gareth Bale stays, criticises Valencia

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New Tottenham signing Roberto Soldado says he has been watching the Gareth Bale saga unfolding and hopes the club can keep hold of their star winger. Speaking after his £26m transfer from Valencia was completed, the Spain international seemed to suggest that, if Bale does join Real Madrid, it will be up to him and [.

Cup Final Despair For Ngoo & Wilson

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Michael Ngoo and Danny Wilson tasted cup final defeat on Sunday as Hearts lost 3-2 to St Mirren in the Scottish Communities League Cup final.
The Reds duo, who joined Hearts on loan in January this year, were powerless to prevent their team slipping to defeat in front of a packed Hampden Park crowd.

Hearts still beating

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I'm currently in the Netherlands.

In a town called Dordrecht.

The town where Craig Levein sourced Mark de Vries, that one time hammer of Hibs, for Hearts.

It's just over a decade since de Vries arrived at Tynecastle.

Hearts have crammed a lot of living into those ten years.