Dunfermline Athletic have announced the loan signings of Hearts youngsters Harry Cochrane and Anthony McDonald. The 18-year-old duo join Stevie Crawford's Pars on a season long loan deal with the Jambos able to recall one or both players in January and the Pars able to cancel one or both loans in January too. These latest … Continue reading Where Can Harry Cochrane & Anthony McDonald Fit In At Dunfermline?
Several Scottish Premiership sides should have been in for Everton striker Fraser Hornby, who is on the verge of joining Belgian top flight side KV Kortrijk on loan for the season. The 19-year-old Northampton born youngster scored five goals last season - none of which were penalties - for Everton's reserves in 17 appearances across … Continue reading Scottish Premiership Sides Should Have Attempted To Bring Fraser Hornby In
Whilst questions remain over Levein’s tenure and tactics, very little solutions have been offered. Hearts have huffed and puffed over finding a strong eleven that they can find consistency with. There is a spine to the team but many players who tend to drift in and out. After another intensive summer of recruitment, the squad … Continue reading Heart of Midlothian: Tactical Analysis. What is the answer?
The first home game of the season. This fixture usually brings blind optimism of the season ahead. Good weather, large crowds and an opportunity for a fresh start. This however, wasn’t the case at Tynecastle this past weekend. A tepid 0-0 draw with Ross County has heaped pressure on Craig Levein as Hearts manager. By … Continue reading Heart of Midlothian: Tactical Analysis. Where has it went wrong?
The Scottish Premiership second round was arguably as good as the first round with goals galore. Celtic and Rangers have maintained their 100% starts to the season with both recording huge wins whilst Angelo Alessio's side find themselves bottom without a single point to their name. Here's some things we learned from round two of … Continue reading Things we learned about the Premiership this weekend: Round 2
The Scottish Premiership is back and the first weekend of action in Scotland’s top flight certainly didn’t disappoint with goals aplenty. Celtic sit top thanks to their performance which really put down a marker for the rest of the clubs whilst St Johnstone find themselves bottom having faced the wrath of Neil Lennon's side. Here … Continue reading Things we learned about the Premiership this weekend: Round 1