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6 hrs ago | The Daily Record
STRIKER Jordan White was the star of the show for the hosts as bagged a double to help his side ease past the Jambos.
6 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
Credit to a young Hearts team because they did not completely crumble despite going behind as early as the seventh minute.
15 hrs ago | GhanaSoccerNet.com
The former Inter Allies trainer has been tasked with recapturing the Ghana Premier League title which has eluded them for close to six years.
Hearts coach Robbie Neilson says Sam Nicholson has unbelievable ability after he scored in the side's 2-1 victory over Hibernian.
CELTIC are clear to continue their Champions League campaign, Ally McCoist hopes Rangers have kick started their season and Jack Hamilton is backed to star for Hearts.
FORMER skipper Mackay has been hugely impressed with Robbie Neilson's side's start to the Championship campaign but says it will count for nothing if they can't beat the likes of Alloa and Dumbarton.
IT IS early days and the following words could be viewed as premature but, already in the battle between the Edinburgh clubs to get back to football's top flight, one of them has put down a marker and the other is playing catch-up.
Hearts claimed the spoils in the Edinburgh derby after goals from Sam Nicholson and Prince Buaben secured a 2-1 victory against rivals Hibernian, in a match that saw a player from each side sent off.
As if overcoming the trauma prompted by relegation from the Premiership was not enough of an obstacle to overcome for Alan Stubbs when he walked into Easter Road this summer, Hibernian's new head coach has laid bare the extent of the off-field alterations that he was required to make - changes that he hopes will bear fruit against Hearts today.
In truth, they were, for the most part, as shambolic as they had been while losing at home to Hearts last weekend but they were luckier on this occasion, when an own goal 12 minutes from time broke the deadlock after they had been outplayed for the bulk of the game.
Here at Vital Hibs we don't really believe in omens or suchlike but we've thought of five reasons as to why Hibs can be successful in Sunday's Edinburgh Derby.
The 28-year-old is predominantly a left-back but can also play on the right and has begun training at Riccarton as he seeks a new club.
Robbie Neilson, the Hearts head coach, has dismissed the notion that the Edinburgh derby is devalued by its protagonists playing in the SPFL Championship.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 03:44 pm
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