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Liam Craig goal is enough to secure all three points against his former side

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An early goal from Liam Craig was enough to secure all three points for St Johnstone against his former side at McDiarmid Park this afternoon.Head Coach Jack Ross made four changes to the starting...

Hearts march to derby semi-final glory in emotional day at Hampden

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Hearts took the spoils with a dramatic 2-1 extra time win over capital rival Hibs at Hampden to book a Scottish final spot on a stormy and emotional day in Glasgow.At half-time, with...
The new stand at Tynecastle Park

Opinion: Two seasons into one might just go

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What is the solution to the crisis the corona virus has placed Scottish football in? Is there is a solution? Presently, no one knows.No one wants to scrap season 2019/20 and render it null...

Hearts cruise to victory at Easter Road

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Hibernian 1 Heart of Midlothian 3Ladbrokes Premiership – Tuesday 3rd March 2020 – Easter RoadHearts moved off the foot of the Ladbrokes Premiership table tonight after a dominant Edinburgh derby win at the home of their city...

Cup prices just not the ticket for fans

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Tynecastle Park. Hearts and Rangers battle it out in a tense Scottish Cup quarter final. With tensions high, Hearts score the only goal of the game in the second half and Tynecastle erupts. Unbridled...

Teenage Hicks gives Hearts derby win at Easter Road

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Hibernian 1 Heart of Midlothian 2Ladbrokes Premiership Sunday 22nd September 2019 – Easter Road17-year-old Aaron Hickey scored a stunning goal to secure Hearts first league victory of the season and see them leapfrog Hibernian in the...
Easter Road Stadium, Edinburgh, home of Hibernian FC

Lee strikes gold to give Hearts victory at Easter Road

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Hibernian 0 Heart of Midlothian 1Ladbrokes Premiership, Saturday 29th December 2018 – Easter RoadHearts recorded their first league win at Easter Road since April 2014 when a spectacular Olly Lee goal in the first half was enough...

PJ Foundation on the ball with summer fundraising

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RIVAL football fans joined forces to raise money in memory of a young boy who tragically died due to a rare medical condition. Paul James Cockburn, known as PJ, was just 12 when he suffered...

Supporters Neglected Again as SPFL Announce Post-Split Fixtures

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After several days wait, the SPFL today finally announced the post-split fixtures in the Ladbrokes Premiership.There has been much hoo-ha in the media about the SPFL wanting to avoid a scenario where Celtic acquire...

Woeful Edinburgh Derby Ends in Stalemate

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Hearts 0 Hibernian 0 Ladbrokes Premiership, Wednesday 27th December 2017 – Tynecastle ParkThe Edinburgh Reporter’s sports correspondent par excellence John Hislop provides the excellent match reports concerning Hibernian on this here website. As I...

Nae Fitba – But The Spare Room Still Hasn’t Been Done

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There’s something missing in my life right now. Weekends have become longer. There’s not the same anticipation I used to feel on a Friday evening. I find myself filling in dates in the calendar...

Never Mind the Fans – Here’s the Betfred Cup Fixtures

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The fixtures for the opening round of the Betfred Cup have been announced. And while a new season may be about to dawn, the age-old lack of respect for the supporters - the lifeblood...

Betfred Cup Draw Made

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The draw for the first stage of the Betfred Cup – the League Cup as was – was made on Friday evening.Hearts have been drawn with Dunfermline Athletic, Peterhead, East Fife and Elgin City.Hibernian...

Five One Five Years On

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William Hill Scottish Cup Final - Saturday 19 May 2012 - Hampden ParkThe first time I cried at a football match was 1st January 1973. I was ten years old and was spending...

Old School Against the School of Thought

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It was George Bernard Shaw, the famous Irish playwright and socialist who once said ‘He who can, does; he who cannot, teaches’It’s a quote that could be applied to attitudes in Scottish football, in...

Hearts Broken Too Many Times

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The morning after the night before. The commute to work was horrendous. Cold. Dark. Heavy rain. Then snow. Blowing a gale. The bus to the west of the city was heaving with miserable souls....

Style and Substance is Hearts Long-Term Aim

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Less than two years ago, Hearts demolished Cowdenbeath 10-0 at Tynecastle in the Ladbrokes Championship. Even allowing for the pitiful opposition – two years on the decline of the Blue Brazil has been so...

Hibs to take part in Sportego Celtic eSports League

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Eight teams from England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Northern Ireland will compete in the league to win the Sportego Celtic eSports League.The Celtic eSports league matches the top gamers from the UK and Ireland...

Hearts Sign Trio; Derby Cup Ticket Arrangements Announced

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With the January transfer window due to close on Tuesday, Hearts busy January continued apace today with the signing of three new players.First up was Greek international midfielder Alexandros Tziolis who has signed until...

A Traditional Kick-Off Time for the Edinburgh Derby? Fat Chance!

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It was inevitable the forthcoming William Hill Scottish Cup fifth round tie between Hearts and Hibernian would be kicking off on a day and time to suit television. As soon as Rod ‘I am...

Since I Was Young – Taking Football’s Rough With The Smooth

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It was something my grandson Jack said to me as we departed Tynecastle following Hearts 4-0 demolition of Kilmarnock on a cold Tuesday night in between Christmas and New Year.‘I can’t wait until Friday...

Lewis Stevenson makes history at Hampden

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Over the years several top class players have worn Hibernian’s famous green and white jersey.Many who saw him play believed that Gordon Smith was the best footballer ever to play the beautiful game whilst...

Scotland Women named Team of the Year at Scottish Sports Awards

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Scotland Women have been named Team of the Year at the Sunday Mail and sportscotland Scottish Sports AwardsThey fought off competition from Scotland’s Men’s Amateur Team (Golf) and the Homeless World Cup Scotland Women team.Anna...

The Edinburgh Reporter Advent Calendar – Christmas Gift suggestion #3

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Christmas suggestion for Hibs' fans:Join the 11,000 season ticket holders at Easter Road for every home match with a half season ticket - on sale now!The half season ticket covers all nine home league...

The Day a Star Was Born – Hearts v Hibs 3rd Sept 1983

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In the summer of 1983, Hearts fans were optimistic once more as their team challenged in the top tier of Scottish football for the first time in two years. After a desperate 1981/82 season,...

From The Stand – Consistency is the Key

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The Edinburgh Reporter's Mike Smith gives his take on Scottish football in the first of a regular series of articles.It’s been a week of conflicting emotions for the good followers of Heart of Midlothian....

A Jambo in Leith Writes From a Darkened Room

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There can be no disguising the fact that, for many Hearts fans, this has been a difficult weekend. The metaphorical stick we have used for decades to whack our city neighbours has been well...

Scottish Cup Final 1902 – Hibernian 1-0 Celtic

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Every day this week the Edinburgh Reporter has highlighted a Scottish Cup Final featuring Hibernian Football Club and we finish with perhaps the most famous of them all.Every football fan from the capital knows that...

Niklas Gunnarsson supports Tesco Bank Football Challenge

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Earlier today,  local primary school children from across Edinburgh had an incredible day of football, as the Tesco Bank Football Challenge visited the area for a fun-filled festival at Easter Road Stadium supported by...

Scottish Cup Final 1887 – Hurrah for the Green Jerseys’

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Yesterday we featured the 1979 Scottish Cup Final which Hibs' lost after two replays to Rangers. Today we look back to the first time the cup arrived in the capital; the 12th February 1887.By...

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