Ross County midfielder Michael Gardyne insists the Staggies are heading in the right direction after outplaying Hearts at Tynecastle in Saturday’s goalless draw.
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Loic Damour is thrilled to join Hearts – two years after Craig Levein first tried to sign him.
Hearts manager Craig Levein has dismissed any notion that Aberdeen will be vulnerable after their European exploits.
Hearts huffed and puffed their way into the last 16 of the Betfred Cup after another toothless display in their 1-1 draw at East Fife.
Hearts boss Craig Levein admits he has ordered his shot-shy Jambos in for extra shooting practice after seeing them waste 70 chances in the space of three games.
Hearts manager Craig Levein believes perseverance paid off after his side claimed a late 2-1 win over Stenhousemuir in the Betfred Cup.
Craig Levein expects Hearts to rediscover their killer touch in time for their opening Ladbrokes Premiership duel with Aberdeen.
Influential Hearts midfielder Peter Haring could miss the start of the Scottish Premiership season.
Hearts manager Craig Levein has taken some of the blame for Peter Haring’s ongoing injury problems.
Ryan Edwards admits his cup final goal was all the sweeter following his struggle to establish himself at Hearts.
Scott Brown has backed Neil Lennon to continue the winning mentality at Celtic after the manager was offered a long-term extension to his contract.
Neil Lennon described his Celtic side as “immortal” after clinching an unprecedented domestic triple treble with a 2-1 William Hill Scottish Cup final win over Hearts at Hampden Park.
Odsonne Edouard was the hero as Celtic secured an unprecedented domestic triple treble with a thrilling 2-1 William Hill Scottish Cup final win over Hearts at Hampden Park.
Celtic face Hearts in Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup final.
Neil Lennon has warned Celtic not to get sucked in by the triple treble hype as they prepare for their final push.
Hearts boss Craig Levein has stressed that the William Hill Scottish Cup final is about much more than Celtic’s bid for the domestic triple treble.
Hearts midfielder Olly Lee will miss Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup final – but Peter Haring has declared himself fit for Hampden.
Hearts midfielder Olly Lee will miss Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup final with a knee injury.
Neil Lennon believes Celtic fans were given a “glimpse of the future” when 16-year-old Karamoko Dembele made his debut in the 2-1 win over Hearts at Parkhead.
Hearts manager Craig Levein still has some concerns over the chances of Uche Ikpeazu, Peter Haring and Arnaud Djoum making the William Hill Scottish Cup final on May 25.