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Liam Craig’s penalty gave Hibernian their first league win over Hearts in eight games, the 2-1 victory ensuring their Edinburgh rivals remain on minus-two points.

Europa League round-up: Birmingham shine on terrible night for Scots

Birmingham City and Fulham moved through to the group stage of the Europa League yesterday, on the night when Rangers and Celtic joined Hearts out of all European competition for the year.

Tottenham assistant Kevin Bond expects Luka Modric to stay

Luka Modric will remain at Tottenham despite Harry Redknapp's claim the squad could benefit from his departure, Spurs assistant manager Kevin Bond insists.

Hearts stopped by swagger of sublime Spurs

Hearts 0 Tottenham Hotspur 5

Madness in the court of the King of Hearts

Former submariner, who won Lithuania's 'Strictly' and changes managers for fun, welcomes Spurs tonight

Edinburgh Festival disrupts Tottenham preparations

Tottenham's plans for tomorrow night's Europa League play-off with Hearts have been disrupted by the Edinburgh Festival.

Crossing the pond... Famous footballers who played in the United States

Robbie Keane's 'dream move' to LA Galaxy makes him the latest football or, 'soccer' player to join team America.

Hearts: Administration threat ends after debt paid

Hearts, who host Tottenham Hotspur in the Europa League tomorrow night, confirmed yesterday that they have settled a tax debt after being threatened with administration by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs.

Sergio gets early test as spotlight falls on Hearts' match with Spurs

For the first time since Raith Rovers had Bayern Munich on the ropes at the Olympic Stadium 15 years ago, the Old Firm will be overshadowed in Scotland when European week comes around after Hearts drew Tottenham Hotspur in the Europa League play-off round.

Romanov attacks 'media monkeys'

Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov called his critics "fools and idiots" yesterday in defending his decision to remove Jim Jefferies as manager after he rejected Romanov's offer to become director of football, and put in Paulo Sergio instead.

Sergio appointed Hearts manager as Jefferies walks out

Hearts have appointed former Sporting Lisbon coach Paulo Sergio as their new manager after a chaotic 24 hours at the club.

Hearts manager Jefferies removed from role

Hearts are in turmoil once again after it was confirmed last night that manager Jim Jefferies was no longer in charge at the club.

Daly rises to occasion to break Hearts

Dundee United defeated Hearts 1-0 at Tynecastle in the Scottish Premier League yesterday in an absorbing contest that was settled when Jon Daly nodded in Willo Flood's 38th-minute corner.

BBC apologise over Ally McCoist clip

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has welcomed an apology from the BBC after being "appalled" by the editing of his pre-match media conference during Friday's national evening news programme.

McCoist feels heat after Rangers draw with Hearts

Rangers 1 Heart of Midlothian 1

McCoist and Lennon charged with fresh hopes

It is one of the lingering images of last season: Ally McCoist and Neil Lennon confronting each other on the touchline at Celtic Park.

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