Hearts FC

Hearts FC Information
League Scottish Premier League
Location Edinburgh, Scotland
Founded 1874
Official Website http://www.heartsfc.co.uk

Find this seasons transfers in and out of Hearts, the latest transfer rumours for the summer 2015 transfer window and how the news sources rate in terms of rumour accuracy for Hearts FC.

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Latest Football Transfer Rumours About Hearts

Rangers have not given up hope of signing Lee Wallace despite being shocked at Hearts' valuation of the Scotland full-back after the Glasgow club tabled a £300,000 offer

Daily Record - 23/Jun/2011
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Lee Wallace Hearts Rangers

3.5 (24 votes)



Aberdeen manager Mark McGhee is prepared to battle it out with Hearts for free agent Paul Hartley

Daily Record - 20/Jul/2010
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Paul Hartley Unattached Hearts

3.4 (7 votes)


Paul Hartley Unattached Aberdeen

2.9 (9 votes)



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Hearts - News from the BBC

SFA review Neilson & Hughes comments

SFA compliance officer Tony McGlennan is to review weekend comments made by Robbie Neilson and John Hughes.

Hearts boss blames ref for defeat

Robbie Neilson blames ref Willie Collum after defeat by Hamilton spelled the end of his side's 100% league record.

Hamilton 3-2 Heart of Midlothian

Hearts lose Callum Paterson to a red card, their first league game and their Premiership lead at Hamilton.

Neilson's squad building complete

Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson does not expect to be conducting any more business in the transfer window.

Forfar Athletic 1-2 Heart of Midlothian

Callum Paterson's extra-time winner steers Premiership leaders Hearts past nine-man Forfar Athletic at Station Park.

Neilson sees room for improvement

Robbie Neilson says table-topping Hearts still have "a bit to go" as Alan Archibald laments a poor Partick Thistle display.