Hearts boss Craig Levein fears the “madness” football managers face is growing worse.
Hearts manager Craig Levein praised his team’s determination to atone for an “embarrassing” display after they knocked Motherwell out of the Betfred Cup.
Hearts manager Craig Levein remains “really positive” about the season ahead and is “hugely excited” about the prospect of signing Japanese forward Ryotaro Meshino.
Glenn Whelan says Craig Levein’s ambition is what convinced him to join Hearts.
Celtic and Rangers are the only teams still boasting a 100 per cent Ladbrokes Premiership record after demolishing Motherwell and Hibernian respectively.
Ross County midfielder Michael Gardyne insists the Staggies are heading in the right direction after outplaying Hearts at Tynecastle in Saturday’s goalless draw.
Loic Damour is thrilled to join Hearts – two years after Craig Levein first tried to sign him.
Hearts have yet to kick a ball in the Premiership – but Jam Tarts fans are already dishing out stick to Craig Levein.
Hearts manager Craig Levein has dismissed any notion that Aberdeen will be vulnerable after their European exploits.
An enigma wrapped in a manager’s jacket, Craig Levein oscillates between being the Premiership’s shrewdest employer of nod-and-a-wink mind games and its most earnest curmudgeon.
Hearts huffed and puffed their way into the last 16 of the Betfred Cup after another toothless display in their 1-1 draw at East Fife.