"Hearts, Hearts, inglorious Hearts. It's down at Tynecastle they bide. The talk of the toun are the boys in maroon. And Auld Reekie has reacted with a sense of moral outrage.." In reworking the Heart of Midlothian club song, it is obvious that these are vastly different days from the 1950s, a time when Scottish comedian and singer Hector Nicol heartily delivered the Edinburgh club's renowned theme tune.
The Craig Thomson case is the kind of scenario that nightmares are made of, perhaps more so for the exploited victims. Thomson is a professional footballer with a blossoming career, but hasRead More »from Thomson must seek atonement away from Hearts