Ross County have both Liam Fontaine and Brian Graham suspended for their Dingwall clash with Hearts.
Donis Avdijaj admits he has had a “crazy career” so far but the Hearts newcomer is confident he will bring his goalscoring ability to Scotland.
Daniel Stendel has secured his first signing as Hearts manager after completing a deal for Kosovan international winger Donis Avdijaj.
Hearts manager Daniel Stendel hopes to bolster his squad before Wednesday’s return to Ladbrokes Premiership action at Ross County.
Manager Daniel Stendel hopes Hearts’ 5-0 Scottish Cup victory over Airdrie can be the catalyst for his side to start climbing the Ladbrokes Premiership table.
Daniel Stendel celebrated his first victory as Hearts manager after watching his team sweep to an emphatic 5-0 Scottish Cup win over Airdrie.
Hearts striker Conor Washington feels he is only just getting to know his team-mates as manager Daniel Stendel trims his squad and makes a conscious attempt to bring it together.
Hearts manager Daniel Stendel has defended his approach to his January clear-out amid criticism from past and present employees.
Hearts have registered their interest in St Johnstone winger Matty Kennedy, Saints boss Tommy Wright has revealed.
Hearts have continued their clear-out by moving Aidan Keena on to Hartlepool.
Glenn Whelan has left Hearts by mutual agreement, the Gorgie club have announced.
Hearts have recalled Harry Cochrane and Anthony McDonald from loan spells at Dunfermline.
Hearts go into the new decade at the bottom of the Ladbrokes Premiership with a meagre 13 points from 21 games.
Rangers closed the gap on Ladbrokes Premiership leaders Celtic to two points – with a game in hand – after sealing a long-awaited victory at Parkhead.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes revealed that defender Zak Vyner may miss the rest of the season after injuring his shoulder in the 1-1 draw at Hearts.
Funso Ojo has urged Aberdeen not to give struggling Hearts any encouragement in Sunday’s clash at Tynecastle.
Craig Halkett admits ending 2019 with a win would be “absolutely huge” for a Hearts team who have endured one of the worst 12 months in their league history on the park.
Hearts are set to have an unchanged squad for their final Ladbrokes Premiership match of 2019 against Aberdeen.
Hearts manager Daniel Stendel insists his team have already made major improvements – despite losing his first four games in charge.
Aberdeen will not be taking anything for granted when they meet struggling Hearts at Tynecastle on Sunday, according to assistant manager Tony Docherty.