Hearts manager Robbie Neilson has expressed his delight after Peter Haring signed a new contract. The Austrian midfielder has signed a one-year deal following uncertainty about his future. The 29-year-old arrived at Tynecastle in 2018 and his next appearance will be his 100th for the club. Neilson told the Hearts...
Hearts manager Robbie Neilson will set about adding to his squad after highlighting Rangers’ strength in depth as the key to his side’s Scottish Cup final defeat. There was little in a tight opening 45 minutes at Hampden but Rangers got a grip on the game and were pushing for a winner before substitutes Ryan Jack and Scott Wright scored early on in extra time.
Venue: Hampden Park, Glasgow Date: Saturday, 21 May Time: 15:00 BST. Coverage: Watch live on BBC One Scotland and BBC iPlayer, listen to Sportsound commentary, and follow on the BBC Sport website & app. Tuesday, 23 March 2021. Scottish football heavyweights Heart of Midlothian have just fallen to one of...
Craig Gordon is hoping he and manager Robbie Neilson can enjoy another special Scottish Cup moment 16 years on from the last time they won the tournament together. The pair were team-mates in their early-to-mid-20s when the Jambos defeated Gretna on penalties in the 2006 final.
Hearts manager Robbie Neilson plans to finalise his Scottish Cup final starting XI after a bounce game on Tuesday. The Tynecastle boss has had to contend with several injury concerns surrounding key players over the past month but he expects to have everyone available for Saturday’s Hampden showdown apart from Beni Baningime.
Robbie Neilson is hopeful a groin problem will not keep Hearts top-scorer Liam Boyce out of next weekend’s Scottish Cup final. The Northern Irish striker was forced off just 12 minutes into Saturday’s 3-1 defeat by Rangers in their final cinch Premiership match of the season. The two...
Robbie Neilson wants Hearts to finish the cinch Premiership season on a positive note in the first of a double-header against Rangers. The Light Blues visit Tynecastle on Saturday for what is effectively a dress rehearsal for the Scottish Cup final between the teams at Hampden Park the following week, three days after the Gers come back from their Europa League final against Eintracht Frankfurt in Seville.
Robbie Neilson believes competition for Scottish Cup final starting places will keep Hearts focused and motivated in the last two league fixtures. The Tynecastle side visit Motherwell on Wednesday before hosting Rangers in the cinch Premiership on Saturday, a week before they meet the Ibrox men again at Hampden in the season’s showpiece match.
Celtic will have the chance to virtually win the Scottish Premiership title, when they take to the field against Hearts, this weekend at Parkhead. The Hoops are leading the title race by 6 points with just 3 more league games left to be played and on top of that, they are also 19 goals ahead of the Rangers on goal difference. Thus, while not mathematically, the Hoops would be realistically crowned Champions of Scotland if they can get all three points against Robbie Neilson’s side.
Robbie Neilson declared himself pleased with the way his injured Hearts contingent are gradually returning to contention ahead of the Scottish Cup final against Rangers. The Jambos have been hit with a spate of fitness issues surrounding key players in recent weeks, but Neilson remains confident that everyone bar long-term absentee Beni Baningime will be available for the Hampden showdown with the Europa League finalists a fortnight on Saturday.
Hearts boss Robbie Neilson is convinced key defenders John Souttar and Craig Halkett will both be available for next month’s Scottish Cup final against Rangers. The duo were deemed to be in a race to be fit for the Hampden showdown on May 21, but the Tynecastle boss fully anticipates having them in contention for a starting place.
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Robbie Neilson was delighted with the way his depleted Hearts squad overcame a host of injuries to maintain their momentum with an impressive 3-2 win at Dundee United. The Tynecastle side were missing key quintet Michael Smith, John Souttar, Stephen Kingsley, Craig Halkett and Andy Halliday, while Cammy Devlin and Ellis Simms were named among the subs despite not being fully fit.