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Arrivals Former Team Departures New Team
Ben Woodburn Liverpool (loan) Andy Irving Turkgucu Munich
Taylor Moore Bristol City (loan) Craig Winston Dunfermline Athletic
Beni Baningime Everton
Josh Ginnelly Preston North End
Alex Cochrane Brighton and Hove Albion U-23s


They’ve acquired a slew of players to help them reach success and, so far, their strategy of bringing in unproven starlets and out-of-favor players from English clubs is working.

Heart of Midlothian

Hearts found their greatest success recently when they won the 2012 Scottish Cup. However, the club reached the Scottish Cup Final in both 2018/19 and 2019/20, losing to Celtic both times.

The club shifted their policy to target unproven starlets and out-of-favor players from English clubs. So far, it is hard to argue the relative success.

With the policy in action this summer, Hearts FC strengthened their squad immensely.

Key Players

Skipper Craig Gordon mans the net. Despite Gordon being a 38-year-old keeper, he leads of one of the most exciting HMFC teams in a long time. Defensively, Taylor Moore will be the most involved in the team’s proceedings. Stefan Kingsley can bring pace as a wingback. Also, new signings Beni Baningme and Ben Woodburn will be needed in the midfield.

Goalscorers like Liam Boyce and Armand Gnanduillet will power Hearts’ extremely potent offense.


Based on Hearts’ promising start to the season, emphasized by their upset over Celtic, Hearts could finish in the top six of the table. If Hearts FC plays their cards right and gives it their all on the field, they could end up in a European qualification spot.

But I wouldn’t bet on it. The competition in Scotland is heating up, and the table is really tight now. However, anything can happen in one of soccer’s most passionate leagues.

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Author: Deolu Akingbade



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