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supportive of the club, its of
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newspaper, independent yet
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ficials
has no over-riding political agenda
fice bearers. The publication
encourages the right to constructive
or affiliation, and believes and
nks to the Tynecastle faithful after the last home game of 2006-07
hopes to appeal to. Based on feed
debate among the supporters it
Bednar and Pospisil counted for nothing
back from fans, and after careful
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as after 23 minutes the ball slipped from
Hearts had surprisingly replaced Bednar
his grasp straight to Driver
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that the Hearts management had decided
elicka. But it soon became obvious
agreed to support an organisation
consideration, the directors have
“Are you Zibi in disguise” and “Andy’
To steer home.
we hope you will also approve of.
a jambo” (he did used to be in our youth
s to replace the free flowing football of the
True Hearts Against Bigotry
team) rang out from the Hearts section.
first half with a policy of keeping the
game tight and playing on the break.
their back on bigotry
hopes to encourage fans to turn
of chances but both Damon Gray and
Hibs, to their credit, did create a couple
sectarianism for the good of the club
, racism and
Steven Fletcher were slow to react giving
highlight was
Devoid of any goalmouth action the
the ever improving Karipidis and the
Goncalves.
Takis being substituted by
theshed@planethearts.co.uk if you
and its supporters. Email
always impressive Berra the chance to
proud of his farewell. He wanted to shake
Tony Blair would have been
get blocks in. During the first half Hearts
hands with everybody on the pitch,
were as impressive as they have been all
wave to all sections of the ground and
season.
take his top of
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of Pospisil and Bednar was too much for
The pace and movement upfront no message was written on his tee
f, but disappointingly
the cumbersome Hibs defence.
shirt (Had Vlad censored it?).
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The commander at the back was and the defence, Berra and Gordon in
fered little
forward and was unlucky not to add a
particular were immaculate.
third when just before half time his
Hear
Speak to 1000s of
vertisers
header came crashing back of
match. Good to see Le Juge take his
The players were introduced after the
the w
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Half time and I did not have time to
f the bar. final bow at
watch the entertainment. Instead I sought
Takis: “Best moments winning the
Tynie. Final words from
out Framo. Mrs Framo has recently given
Scottish Cup and all the victories over
birth to a couple of possible Hearts play
Hibs. Champions League, la, la, la, la..
ers of the future so I wanted to of
- Champions League la, la, la, la.”
congratulations. For the second half,
fer my
farewell performance and singing ability
Man of the Match: Takis- for his
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