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Forster sets new record
Forster sets new record Heart of Midlothian

Forster sets new record

Fraser Forster beat the Scottish League clean-sheet record as Celtic eventually beat resolute Hearts 2-0 at Tynecastle.

Forster: Now for England Heart of Midlothian

Forster: Now for England

Fraser Forster hopes his record-breaking feats for Celtic earn him a place in the England World Cup squad.

Robbo backing Hearts strikers Heart of Midlothian

Robbo backing Hearts strikers

Hearts legend John Robertson believes his old side are capable of ending Fraser Forster's clean-sheet run on Saturday.

Hearts v Celtic preview Heart of Midlothian

Hearts v Celtic preview

Team news for the Scottish Premiership match between Hearts and Celtic at Tynecastle on Saturday (12.45pm).

Hearts out to beat Forster Heart of Midlothian

Hearts out to beat Forster

Hearts legend and current coach John Robertson is passing on all his experience to the current squad ahead of their clash with Celtic on Saturday.

Locke calm over Budge talks Heart of Midlothian

Locke calm over Budge talks

Hearts manager Gary Locke has insisted he is in no rush to speak to prospective owner Ann Budge regarding his future.

Hearts fans asked for backing Heart of Midlothian

Hearts fans asked for backing

Hearts executive chairwoman designate Ann Budge has urged supporters to continue to support the club financially.

Hearts keep Caley at bay Heart of Midlothian

Hearts keep Caley at bay

Hearts held on for a 0-0 draw with Inverness after the hosts struck the woodwork on four occasions.

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Comment: Another win for Tim Sherwood but Tottenham need a manager of substance next season

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