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Hearts vs Dundee United highlights (2-1)
Hearts FC 2-1 Dundee United FC highlights: Last weekend, Hearts picked up a positive result on their SPL clash against Dundee United. The home side started the game in a positive manner and opened the scoring after just 15 minutes of play through Ryan Stevenson.
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Hearts Eager to Beat Kilmarnock on Boxing Day
After their weekend success, Hearts are gearing up for another difficult game on Boxing Day next Wednesday as they travel to Kilmarnock. Ahead of that clash, the Jam Tarts boss, John McGlynn revealed his team's chances with the media, admitting that it won't be an easy task for his side.
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John McGlynn Praises Hearts Performance Against Dundee United
Hearts picked up an important 2-1 victory over Dundee United on the weekend and the Jam Tarts' manager John McGlynn was very happy with the result. Aside from praising his players performance on the day, McGlynn also sent his gratitude towards the fans who gave a strong support and lift the players' spirit on that game.
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Hearts Looking for Christmas Present Against Dundee United
Hearts manager John McGlynn is looking forward for their next Scottish Premier League clash against Dundee United on Sunday and targeting nothing more than three points on that clash.
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St Johnstone vs Hearts (2-2)
St Johnstone 2-2 Hearts FC highlights: St Johstone were forced to come back twice in their latest home game against Hearts as both teams recored a 2-2 draw on Saturday's edition of Scottish Premier League.
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McGlynn Happy With Hearts Victory Over Aberdeen
Hearts bounced back from their disappointment in previous games as they picked up a 2-0 victory over Aberdeen on Saturday much to the joy of manager John McGlynn. Speaking to the press after the match, McGlynn said that he was satisfied with his players' performance as they put on an excellent determination to beat their opponent on the weekend.
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John McGlynn Prepares Hearts for Aberdeen, Talks Celtic European Success
Ahead of his team's weekend clash against Aberdeen, Hearts manager John McGlynn talk to the press about the latest condition and also congratulating Glasgow Celtic on their success of advancing into the knock out stages of Champions League.
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Hearts Manager McGlynn Disappointed With Undeserved Defeat
Hearts suffered a massive 4-0 home defeat against Glasgow Celtic in the Scottish Premier League midweek fixture on Wednesday. That defeat left plenty disappointment for the home team's manager, John McGlynn, who believes that his boys didn't deserved the beating.
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Hearts Looking Forward to Celtic Clash
Hearts will face a tough challenge in Scottish Premier League mid week fixtures as they set to meet Glasgow Celtic on Wednesday. Ahead of that big clash at Tynecastle Stadium, the Jam Tarts' manager John McGlynn revealed his excitement to face a quality side such as Celtic.
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McGlynn Content With a Point for Hearts
Hearts picked up a 0-0 draw in their travel to Motherwell on the weekend and the visiting side manager John McGlynn was pretty content with that result. McGlynn said that overall a draw was a fair result from the game, seeing that his side played better in the first period, while Motherwell were much more threatening after the break.
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Hearts Gear Up for Motherwell Clash
Hearts will be preparing themselves for some tough matches ahead of them, including the weekend clash against Motherwell on Saturday. Ahead of that game, Hearts manager John McGlynn said to the media that he is really looking forward to see his team take on Motherwell this weekend as Stuart McCall's team are currently in a good form.
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McGlynn Delighted With Hearts Victory Over St Mirren
Hearts grabbed an important victory on Saturday after defeating St Mirren 1-0 with a goal from Daniel Grainger. This result brought joy for Hearts' manager, John McGlynn who is delighted with his team's performance on the day.
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Inverness Looking Forward for Motherwell Challenge
Inverness will play host to Motherwell on Sunday and the Caley Thistle's manager Terry Butcher is hoping his team can continue their current unbeaten run in the league. Butcher acknowledged that it won't be an easy game as Motherwell were the last team that give Inverness their defeat way back on September.
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