Steven Gerrard says Rangers’ number nine slot is Jermain Defoe’s to lose after watching the veteran hitman send his side on their way to victory over Hearts.
Celtic’s Ladbrokes Premiership title party was put on hold for another week after Rangers claimed a 3-1 win over Hearts at Tynecastle.
Craig Levein insists getting Steven Naismith tied down for next season is more important than rushing the talisman back for Hearts’ William Hill Scottish Cup final clash with Celtic.
Craig Levein will have to wait to discover if he is to be punished over a Scottish Football Association misconduct charge after his Hampden hearing was adjourned.
Uche Ikpeazu told Hearts fans to get behind boss Craig Levein after the Jambos booked their place in the William Hill Scottish Cup final with a 3-0 win over Inverness.
Hearts boss Craig Levein hailed his players for refusing to buckle to the pressure as they shrugged off first-half nerves to book their place in next month’s William Hill Scottish Cup final.
Hearts boss Craig Levein insists he is feeling no added William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final pressure following last weekend’s defeat to Hibernian.
Celtic’s title celebrations have been put on ice after they were held by Livingston to a 0-0 draw at Parkhead.
Hibernian head coach Paul Heckingbottom watched his side leapfrog Hearts with a 2-1 victory at Tynecastle – and immediately targeted a late charge for Europe.
Hearts manager Craig Levein claims the Scottish Football Association’s disciplinary approach risks removing the competitive edge of football which is loved by fans.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes admits his side have a fight on their hands to achieve their pre-season goals following defeat to Hearts.
Hearts manager Craig Levein hailed match-winner Uche Ikpeazu after the striker’s goal sealed a comeback victory against Aberdeen.
ABERDEEN'S long unbeaten away run came to an abrupt halt as they lost 2-1 to Hearts at Tynecastle.
Hearts manager Craig Levein has been handed a misconduct charge by the Scottish Football Association in relation to an under-18s Edinburgh derby.
Hearts have seen their injury problems continue after Ben Garuccio was ruled out for the rest of 2019.
Craig Levein claims Scotland have no choice but to be patient after describing the pressure mounting on Alex McLeish as “nonsense”.
Celtic moved a major step closer to retaining the Ladbrokes Premiership title on Sunday and Hamilton extended their lead in the race to avoid the drop.
Brian Rice challenged his Hamilton players in Brendan Rodgers style to go on a run following their crucial 1-0 home win over Hearts.
Hearts manager Craig Levein has suggested Partick Thistle counterpart Gary Caldwell was “talking rubbish” with his complaints over Uche Ikpeazu’s penalty award.
Hearts manager Craig Levein admits leading the club to a William Hill Scottish Cup final would mean everything to him.
Partick Thistle manager Gary Caldwell felt his side were denied a clear spot-kick in stoppage-time of their 2-1 William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final replay defeat by Hearts at Tynecastle.
Hearts boss Craig Levein claimed striker Uche Ikpeazu is not getting the rub of the green when it comes to refereeing decisions.
Craig Levein is keeping his fingers crossed that Steven Naismith has not played his last game for Hearts.
Partick Thistle boss Gary Caldwell refused to look further ahead than the William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final replay against Hearts after being drawn against fellow Championship side Inverness in the last-four.
Partick boss Gary Caldwell has revealed Craig Levein was one of the first people he turned to for advice after making his move back to Glasgow.
Neil Lennon was “ecstatic” after he began his second stint as Celtic boss with a dramatic last-gasp 2-1 Ladbrokes Premiership win over Hearts at Tynecastle.
Craig Levein is encouraged by Hearts’ performance against Celtic ahead of their William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final clash with Partick Thistle.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has taken a swipe at Hearts manager Craig Levein as the spat following Aberdeen’s 2-0 win last Saturday continues.
Dons boss Derek McInnes criticised Hearts’ counterpart Craig Levein’s call for penalties at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen boss McInnes calls for ‘severe penalties’ for misbehaving Premiership fans after Lennon and Morelos incidents
Dons boss Derek McInnes believes the culprits behind the shameful scenes that marred the Edinburgh derby at Tynecastle should receive “severe penalties”.