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Old 3rd March 2015, 08:35
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Well haud me back ! I hope the Jambos can turn out a season like this in the Premier League next season - and scores like they did against Cornbeef 10-0 ! Well, I can dream !!
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Well, according to the latest league tables, Hearts are top team for points won against games played across all English and Scottish divisions. Keep it up !
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aye theyl come back up no problem id have thought.....

the issue is who they will bring with them
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What a fantastic season ! Champs in March ! I just hope Robbie can keep them on form next season and they don't get poached by other clubs.

It could be either Hibs or Rangers. Hibs are ahead by 3 points but the Teddy Bears are one game in hand.

Who would be better for Scottish Premier League football ? Most are bound to say Rangers but they're got some nasty boardroom goings-on these days which can de-rail anybody's season !
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aye the revelations about sevco are flooding in day by day, now it looks as if some of their own shareholders might sue them plus they are losing money hand over fist so whether they are a viable option for promotion might not be down to the football.
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I've just joined the Foundation of Hearts pledge scheme. The chances of me getting to see Hearts play at Tynecastle are pretty remote but at least if my wee regular contribution can help the club and fans, I feel I'm doing something useful.
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Well, according to the latest league tables, Hearts are top team for points won against games played across all English and Scottish divisions. Keep it up !
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