Daniel Stendel celebrated his first victory as Hearts manager after watching his team sweep to an emphatic 5-0 Scottish Cup win over Airdrie.
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Hearts assistant boss Andy Kirk concedes the struggling Jambos are embroiled in a relegation battle.
Hamilton midfielder Alex Gogic returns from suspension as Accies welcome Hearts to the Foys Stadium on Saturday.
Hearts manager Daniel Stendel hopes Steven Naismith can give his side the inspiration they need to improve their attacking play.
Austin MacPhee admitted Hearts were lacking confidence and firepower after he signed off on his interim manager role with a 1-0 defeat at Motherwell.
Hearts skipper Christophe Berra admits they need a “big lift” that a new manager would provide.
Steve Clarke reckons the best is yet to come from Scotland hero John McGinn after watching him extend his incredible international scoring streak.
Scotland required a second-half fightback to conclude their doomed 2020 European Championship qualifying campaign with 3-1 win over Kazakhstan at Hampden Park.
Winning was everything for Scotland manager Steve Clarke as his side beat Cyprus 2-1 in Nicosia.
John McGinn continued his international goalscoring streak as Scotland won 2-1 in Cyprus.
Returning trio Steven Naismith, Jamie Walker and Jake Mulraney all scored as Hearts delivered a 5-2 victory against St Mirren to hand Austin MacPhee his first win as interim head coach.
Steve Clarke admits he is frustrated he still cannot select Kieran Tierney for Scotland.
Steven Naismith believes harmony at Hearts is key as the club continues its search for a new manager on the back of Sunday’s 3-0 Betfred Cup semi-final drubbing by Rangers.
Hearts manager Craig Levein can see “green shots of recovery” in their season.
Hearts manager Craig Levein feels the “enormous” lift of their derby win can fire them to cup success this week.
Steven Naismith never thought he would get close to 50 international caps – but he expected to qualify for major tournaments with the players Scotland have had at their disposal.
Hearts forward Steven Naismith admits criticism from fans is justified following the disappointing start to the Ladbrokes Premiership season.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes Hearts secured arguably Scottish football’s best player when they re-signed Steven Naismith.
Steven Naismith is relaxed about his Hearts contract talks as he believes he will “probably” play at Tynecastle next season.
Hearts manager Craig Levein believes he is building towards a period of “sustained quality” as he closes in on contracts for Peter Haring and Steven Naismith.