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3 hrs ago | Scotsman.com

Stuffy Sons end Hearts' winning run

The disappointment that Hearts fans must have felt on hearing the scoreline from Dumbarton on Saturday will be ameliorated by their delight that the Tynecastle club sit proudly at the top of the SPFL Championship once again. Manager Robbie Neilson said after their 4-0 demolition of Raith Rovers last month to judge them once they had played ten games in the league.

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16 hrs ago | The Daily Record

Championship round-up: Hearts drop points at Dumbarton while Livi brush aside Alloa

HEARTS lost their 100 per cent league record, Livingston hit top form and Falkirk had to settle for a point against Queens in another action-packed day of Championship football. IAN MURRAY praised his super Sons for their dogged defending as they brought Hearts' 100 per cent league run to an end.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Ananova

Hearts back on top despite draw

Hearts were unable to break through a stubborn Dumbarton defence but returned to the summit of the Scottish Championship with a 0-0 draw. SPFL Championship Manager of the Month Manager Robbie Neilson steered his side back into top spot as the Jambos continued their unbeaten start to the campaign.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Scotsman.com

Miguel Pallardo buys into Hearts project

WHEN even a new signing from abroad talks about "the project", you get some idea of how meticulously Hearts have been planning their revival. A player of Miguel Pallardo's pedigree might be forgiven for saying he had come from his native Spain to Scotland in search of regular football, or because he saw it as a stepping stone to the land of milk and honey south of the Border.

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The Daily Record

Raith Rovers 0 Rangers 4: Rampant Rangers put Raith to the sword in Kirkcaldy revenge mission

RANGERS gained a measure of revenge for last season's mortifying Ramsdens Cup final defeat to Raith as they beat Rovers 4-0 at Stark's Park. The win - secured thanks to first-half goals from Nicky Clark, Ian Black and Nicky Law, plus Lee McCulloch's second-half penalty - moved the Glasgow giants back to the top of the Scottish Championship table for the night at least.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Scotsman.com

New signing Miguel Pallardo a 'coup' for Hearts

FROM the Bernabeu to the Bet Butler is one of the less-travelled routes on European football's road map, but it is a journey new Hearts signing Miguel Pallardo is all too happy to make. The defensive midfielder, who celebrated his 28th birthday a week ago, has signed a one-year deal with the Tynecastle club after being freed by Levante in his native Spain, and is set to be a key player in the club's promotion push, according to head coach Robbie Neilson.

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Ananova

Neilson wins August award

Robbie Neilson has secured the SPFL Championship Manager of the Month award after guiding Hearts to the top of the league during his first competitive month in charge at Tynecastle. Neilson, who ended the month with a 100 per cent winning record, has secured victories in all four of his opening fixtures, the latest being a comfortable 4-1 success over Falkirk.

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Scotsman.com

Hearts sign Spanish midfielder Miguel Pallardo

The Alaquas-born Spaniard has played for Valencia, Getafe, Levante and Almeria and has represented his country twice at Under-21 level. He was recently on trial with Frech Ligue 2 side Sochaux, but failed to win a deal.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

The Daily Record

Hearts star Sam Nicholson looks forward to making his first appearance for Scotland Under-21s

This time last year the clock was ticking on the Jambos and they were forced to turn to youth to keep them in business. However, the hands of time will forever be represented in ink on the arms of the midfielder, who has paid an affectionate tribute to the siblings who helped him make the grade in football.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

Sunday Herald

Archer moves on after missed target

Jordan Archer has revealed he overcame a mystery virus that put him in hospital during a pre-season tour in America to take his place in the Scotland Under-21 team that drew with Slovakia on Thursday. Jordan Archer has revealed he overcame a mystery virus that put him in hospital during a pre-season tour in America to take his place in the Scotland Under-21 team that drew with Slovakia on Thursday.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

Evening Times

Rangers' stand-in full-back McGregor wants chance to stand out at centre-half

RANGERS defender Darren McGregor insists he is happy to keep playing at right-back but sees his future with the club at centre-half. The 29-year-old star has been played out wide since Richard Foster picked up an injury against Hearts at the start of last month.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

Scotsman.com

No Hearts deal for Lewis Toshney

The Edinburgh club had been monitoring the former Celtic player as he trained with the first-team squad over the past week.

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Daily Mail

Craig Gordon not settling for a bench spot behind Allan McGregor...

Craig Gordon not settling for the bench behind Allan McGregor and David Marshall as Celtic keeper finally earns Scotland recall The Celtic keeper has 40 caps but is behind Allan McGregor and David Marshall in the national team's pecking order after returning to the set-up Craig Gordon insists he has no intention of acting as understudy to Allan ... (more)

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The Daily Record

Injury blow for Scotland as Christophe Berra is ruled out of Germany clash

BERRA was injured in Ipswich's draw at Derby on Saturday and has failed to recover in time to make the trip for the Euro 2016 qualifying opener in Dortmund.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

The Daily Record

Record FC Hearts: Jambos are on the up and up and all bad news from Ibrox is good news at Tynecastle

With Hearts' 100 per cent record intact, our Hearts blogger EDDIE takes a moment to consider how the doomsday sirens at Ibrox are making sweet music at Tynecastle.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

Sunday Herald

Hearts 4 Falkirk 1: Keatings has front-row seat for compelling show of strength from Tynecastle side

JUST how do you offer condolences to a fellow whose team have just delivered a stunning performance, have scored four goals for the second week in a row and who now sit proud and unbeaten at the top of their league? JUST how do you offer condolences to a fellow whose team have just delivered a stunning performance, have scored four goals for the ... (more)

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The Daily Record

Scottish Championship round-up: Sons get first points of the season and derby delight for Raith

GRANT MURRAY heaped praise on his hurting Raith Rovers side after the Championship battlers ended the week from hell with a derby delight.

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Sunday Herald

Rangers 4 Queen of the South 2: Tough near the top

RANGERS continue to sustain damaging losses on the balance sheet but at least yesterday they were capable of maintaining their margins in the Championship league table.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Sunday Herald

Call-up sweetens Gordon's grief

CRAIG Gordon briefly struggled to keep his emotions in check as the strains of Handel's Zadok the Priest rang out over the Parkhead public address system on Tuesday night.

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Scotsman.com

Hearts 4-1 Falkirk: Heart-warming display

TICKETS are not going to be easy to come by at Tynecastle this season. With season ticket sales already filling the majority of the stadium, the more casual observers took over the section of the Roseburn Stand not allocated to the visiting support.

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