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Was trying to find a definitive list online of the players who have been officially club captains to date but have been unsuccessful in doing so. Does anyone know if such a published list exists? 
 

And in the spirit of creating a thread on the subject, who is the best captain you’ve ever seen at Hearts?

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1 minute ago, BigAlim said:

Was trying to find a definitive list online of the players who have been officially club captains to date but have been unsuccessful in doing so. Does anyone know if such a published list exists? 
 

And in the spirit of creating a thread on the subject, who is the best captain you’ve ever seen at Hearts?

Hi BigAlim. Are you including match day captains or just the guys who were officially appointed captains? 

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5 minutes ago, Samuel Camazzola said:

Hi BigAlim. Are you including match day captains or just the guys who were officially appointed captains? 


just the official captains bud

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3 minutes ago, Cruyff said:

I had a look on London hearts but couldn't find anything. Maybe email them? They might know. [email protected]


will try that actually Cruyff, will post on here if I get a response 

 

cheers

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9 minutes ago, BigAlim said:

Was trying to find a definitive list online of the players who have been officially club captains to date but have been unsuccessful in doing so. Does anyone know if such a published list exists? 
 

And in the spirit of creating a thread on the subject, who is the best captain you’ve ever seen at Hearts?

 

Are "official club captains" not a relatively recent thing?

 

I always just remember a chosen player being the captain. None of this vice captain/match captain/club captain pish.

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Always remember Locke being so young and a fan. Levein of course, and Pressley. Zaliukas has a special place though it has to be said, even more so now.

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4 minutes ago, been here before said:

 

Are "official club captains" not a relatively recent thing?

 

I always just remember a chosen player being the captain. None of this vice captain/match captain/club captain pish.

 

I guess there is a grey area there, when I say "official" I'm referring to the player who would always wear the armband if they were ever on the pitch

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Zico must have had a good record as captain ( but tbh SJ was the leader on the pitch in 86 )

 

Fulton was a very successful captain in one particular massive game.

 

Elvis was a brilliant captain. ( bit of a Dick after it - but none the less )

 

Perry was a bit rubbish.

 

Big Zal : Legend.

 

 

 


 

 

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Here is the best list we've been able to ascertain. Players with 2 'spells' highlighted in red.

Wouldn't say it was 'definitive' pre WWII.

1 - 1875:1881 - G123 W67 D20 L36 - Tom Purdie
2 - 1881:1881 - G9 W4 D1 L4 - John Sweeney
3 - 1881:1882 - G18 W9 D3 L6 - James Ferguson
4 - 1882:1883 - G29 W16 D5 L8 - Nick Ross
5 - 1883:1883 - G5 W5 D0 L0 - Robert Barbour
6 - 1883:1883 - G10 W5 D0 L5 - Andrew Lees
7 - 1883:1887 - G109 W59 D15 L35 - James Fraser
8 - 1884:1885 - G26 W11 D6 L9 - Jimmy Maxwell
9 - 1884:1884 - G9 W3 D2 L4 - Jimmy Wood
10 - 1887:1888 - G46 W20 D8 L18 - Jimmy Adams
11 - 1888:1890 - G92 W62 D11 L19 - Johnny Hill
12 - 1890:1896 - G199 W121 D29 L49 - Isaac Begbie
13 - 1893:1894 - G49 W32 D8 L9 - Davie Baird
14 - 1895:1903 - G170 W110 D26 L34 - George Hogg
15 - 1896:1898 - G79 W45 D16 L18 - Johnny Walker
16 - 1899:1901 - G84 W39 D15 L30 - George Livingston
17 - 1901:1902 - G84 W43 D20 L21 - Bobby Walker
18 - 1903:1907 - G231 W128 D49 L54 - Charlie Thomson
19 - 1908:1909 - G57 W22 D12 L23 - Tom Hynds
20 - 1909:1911 - G81 W29 D19 L33 - Frank McLaren
21 - 1910:1910 - G24 W9 D5 L10 - Tom Collins
22 - 1911:1912 - G65 W33 D18 L14 - Rod Walker
23 - 1912:1918 - G291 W156 D45 L90 - Peter Nellies
24 - 1914:1920 - G112 W49 D28 L35 - Bob Mercer
25 - 1920:1921 - G64 W31 D15 L18 - Paddy Crossan
26 - 1921:1922 - G59 W16 D14 L29 - Bob Birrell
27 - 1922:1924 - G117 W44 D37 L36 - Alex Wright
28 - 1924:1925 - G54 W21 D13 L20 - Jock Ramage
29 - 1925:1927 - G96 W52 D20 L24 - Jock White
30 - 1927:1930 - G201 W105 D41 L55 - Peter Kerr
31 - 1930:1931 - G56 W30 D9 L17 - Bob Bennie
32 - 1931:1933 - G111 W63 D18 L30 - John A Johnston
33 - 1933:1940 - G177 W100 D40 L37 - Alex Massie
34 - 1936:1940 - G201 W124 D25 L52 - Andy Anderson
35 - 1941:1942 - G46 W23 D6 L17 - Tommy Walker

 

Not often clear who was captain in WWII


36 - 1944:1946 - G88 W38 D20 L30 - Archie Miller
37 - 1946:1947 - G45 W23 D8 L14 - Bobby Baxter
38 - 1947:1947 - G14 W7 D1 L6 - Tom McSpadyen
39 - 1947:1957 - G447 W233 D78 L136 - Bobby Parker
40 - 1955:1956 - G47 W30 D10 L7 - Freddie Glidden
41 - 1957:1958 - G93 W65 D14 L14 - Davie Mackay
42 - 1958:1963 - G170 W89 D28 L53 - John Cumming
43 - 1958:1960 - G88 W56 D19 L13 - Jimmy Milne
44 - 1963:1964 - G65 W34 D18 L13 - Danny Ferguson
45 - 1964:1965 - G56 W33 D10 L13 - Chris Shevlane
46 - 1965:1975 - G186 W76 D50 L60 - Alan Anderson
47 - 1967:1968 - G59 W26 D8 L25 - George Miller
48 - 1968:1969 - G62 W22 D17 L23 - Jim Townsend
49 - 1969:1973 - G189 W81 D46 L62 - Eddie Thomson
50 - 1974:1977 - G124 W48 D35 L41 - Jim Brown
51 - 1975:1976 - G43 W16 D13 L14 - Don Murray
52 - 1977:1977 - G12 W8 D3 L1 - John Gallacher
53 - 1977:1980 - G141 W60 D33 L48 - Jim Jefferies
54 - 1980:1981 - G50 W8 D13 L29 - Alex MacDonald
55 - 1981:1982 - G54 W28 D10 L16 - Stewart MacLaren
56 - 1982:1988 - G351 W171 D93 L87 - Walter Kidd
57 - 1988:1992 - G223 W108 D56 L59 - Dave McPherson
58 - 1992:1993 - G59 W24 D14 L21 - Alan McLaren
59 - 1993:1995 - G127 W45 D34 L48 - Craig Levein
60 - 1995:1999 - G191 W89 D45 L57 - Gary Locke
61 - 1999:2001 - G106 W46 D25 L35 - Colin Cameron
62 - 2001:2006 - G284 W129 D70 L85 - Steven Pressley
63 - 2006:2021 - G32 W15 D5 L12 - Craig Gordon
64 - 2007:2019 - G214 W83 D50 L81 - Christophe Berra
65 - 2009:2009 - G15 W5 D6 L4 - Robbie Neilson
66 - 2009:2010 - G44 W16 D9 L19 - Michael Stewart
67 - 2010:2013 - G148 W58 D37 L53 - Marius Zaliukas
68 - 2013:2015 - G99 W48 D17 L34 - Danny Wilson
69 - 2015:2016 - G59 W27 D15 L17 - Alim Ozturk
70 - 2016:2017 - G36 W10 D11 L15 - Perry Kitchen
71 - 2020:2021 - G55 W33 D11 L11 - Steven Naismith

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10 minutes ago, Hearts Heritage said:

Here is the best list we've been able to ascertain. Players with 2 'spells' highlighted in red.

Wouldn't say it was 'definitive' pre WWII.

1 - 1875:1881 - G123 W67 D20 L36 - Tom Purdie
2 - 1881:1881 - G9 W4 D1 L4 - John Sweeney
3 - 1881:1882 - G18 W9 D3 L6 - James Ferguson
4 - 1882:1883 - G29 W16 D5 L8 - Nick Ross
5 - 1883:1883 - G5 W5 D0 L0 - Robert Barbour
6 - 1883:1883 - G10 W5 D0 L5 - Andrew Lees
7 - 1883:1887 - G109 W59 D15 L35 - James Fraser
8 - 1884:1885 - G26 W11 D6 L9 - Jimmy Maxwell
9 - 1884:1884 - G9 W3 D2 L4 - Jimmy Wood
10 - 1887:1888 - G46 W20 D8 L18 - Jimmy Adams
11 - 1888:1890 - G92 W62 D11 L19 - Johnny Hill
12 - 1890:1896 - G199 W121 D29 L49 - Isaac Begbie
13 - 1893:1894 - G49 W32 D8 L9 - Davie Baird
14 - 1895:1903 - G170 W110 D26 L34 - George Hogg
15 - 1896:1898 - G79 W45 D16 L18 - Johnny Walker
16 - 1899:1901 - G84 W39 D15 L30 - George Livingston
17 - 1901:1902 - G84 W43 D20 L21 - Bobby Walker
18 - 1903:1907 - G231 W128 D49 L54 - Charlie Thomson
19 - 1908:1909 - G57 W22 D12 L23 - Tom Hynds
20 - 1909:1911 - G81 W29 D19 L33 - Frank McLaren
21 - 1910:1910 - G24 W9 D5 L10 - Tom Collins
22 - 1911:1912 - G65 W33 D18 L14 - Rod Walker
23 - 1912:1918 - G291 W156 D45 L90 - Peter Nellies
24 - 1914:1920 - G112 W49 D28 L35 - Bob Mercer
25 - 1920:1921 - G64 W31 D15 L18 - Paddy Crossan
26 - 1921:1922 - G59 W16 D14 L29 - Bob Birrell
27 - 1922:1924 - G117 W44 D37 L36 - Alex Wright
28 - 1924:1925 - G54 W21 D13 L20 - Jock Ramage
29 - 1925:1927 - G96 W52 D20 L24 - Jock White
30 - 1927:1930 - G201 W105 D41 L55 - Peter Kerr
31 - 1930:1931 - G56 W30 D9 L17 - Bob Bennie
32 - 1931:1933 - G111 W63 D18 L30 - John A Johnston
33 - 1933:1940 - G177 W100 D40 L37 - Alex Massie
34 - 1936:1940 - G201 W124 D25 L52 - Andy Anderson
35 - 1941:1942 - G46 W23 D6 L17 - Tommy Walker

 

Not often clear who was captain in WWII


36 - 1944:1946 - G88 W38 D20 L30 - Archie Miller
37 - 1946:1947 - G45 W23 D8 L14 - Bobby Baxter
38 - 1947:1947 - G14 W7 D1 L6 - Tom McSpadyen
39 - 1947:1957 - G447 W233 D78 L136 - Bobby Parker
40 - 1955:1956 - G47 W30 D10 L7 - Freddie Glidden
41 - 1957:1958 - G93 W65 D14 L14 - Davie Mackay
42 - 1958:1963 - G170 W89 D28 L53 - John Cumming
43 - 1958:1960 - G88 W56 D19 L13 - Jimmy Milne
44 - 1963:1964 - G65 W34 D18 L13 - Danny Ferguson
45 - 1964:1965 - G56 W33 D10 L13 - Chris Shevlane
46 - 1965:1975 - G186 W76 D50 L60 - Alan Anderson
47 - 1967:1968 - G59 W26 D8 L25 - George Miller
48 - 1968:1969 - G62 W22 D17 L23 - Jim Townsend
49 - 1969:1973 - G189 W81 D46 L62 - Eddie Thomson
50 - 1974:1977 - G124 W48 D35 L41 - Jim Brown
51 - 1975:1976 - G43 W16 D13 L14 - Don Murray
52 - 1977:1977 - G12 W8 D3 L1 - John Gallacher
53 - 1977:1980 - G141 W60 D33 L48 - Jim Jefferies
54 - 1980:1981 - G50 W8 D13 L29 - Alex MacDonald
55 - 1981:1982 - G54 W28 D10 L16 - Stewart MacLaren
56 - 1982:1988 - G351 W171 D93 L87 - Walter Kidd
57 - 1988:1992 - G223 W108 D56 L59 - Dave McPherson
58 - 1992:1993 - G59 W24 D14 L21 - Alan McLaren
59 - 1993:1995 - G127 W45 D34 L48 - Craig Levein
60 - 1995:1999 - G191 W89 D45 L57 - Gary Locke
61 - 1999:2001 - G106 W46 D25 L35 - Colin Cameron
62 - 2001:2006 - G284 W129 D70 L85 - Steven Pressley
63 - 2006:2021 - G32 W15 D5 L12 - Craig Gordon
64 - 2007:2019 - G214 W83 D50 L81 - Christophe Berra
65 - 2009:2009 - G15 W5 D6 L4 - Robbie Neilson
66 - 2009:2010 - G44 W16 D9 L19 - Michael Stewart
67 - 2010:2013 - G148 W58 D37 L53 - Marius Zaliukas
68 - 2013:2015 - G99 W48 D17 L34 - Danny Wilson
69 - 2015:2016 - G59 W27 D15 L17 - Alim Ozturk
70 - 2016:2017 - G36 W10 D11 L15 - Perry Kitchen
71 - 2020:2021 - G55 W33 D11 L11 - Steven Naismith

 

Thank you for that mate, really appreciate it 👍

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7 minutes ago, i8hibsh said:

Perry Kitchen's record as captain is nothing short of ****ing deplorable.

He pointed a lot though.  😎

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7 minutes ago, been here before said:

 

That cant be right?

It is games where He was the 'Club Captain' not games He necessarily played in.

He was 'Official Captain' from
2020-01-18 Sat Hearts 5-0 Airdrieonians (Airdrie United) 15:00 Scottish Cup R4 14777 

to

2021-04-30 Fri Raith Rovers 0-4 Hearts 19:45 Championship 27 of 27
Craig Gordon was the 'actual Captain' in 11 of those matches.
 

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8 minutes ago, Hearts Heritage said:

It is games where He was the 'Club Captain' not games He necessarily played in.

He was 'Official Captain' from
2020-01-18 Sat Hearts 5-0 Airdrieonians (Airdrie United) 15:00 Scottish Cup R4 14777 

to

2021-04-30 Fri Raith Rovers 0-4 Hearts 19:45 Championship 27 of 27
Craig Gordon was the 'actual Captain' in 11 of those matches.
 

 

Im thinking more of the PWDL in that period. Im amazed we won 33 of the 55 games we played and only lost 11.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, been here before said:

 

Im thinking more of the PWDL in that period. Im amazed we won 33 of the 55 games we played and only lost 11.

 

 

It includes 'friendlies' otherwise the pre 1890 Captains would include very few games

Competitive games

2020:2021 - G47 W27 D11 L9 - Steven Naismith

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4 minutes ago, karipidis said:

Pressley the best captain, by quite a distance, in my lifetime


Of course he is. A fantastic leader on and off the park during his time at Hearts. He never put a foot wrong.

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My memory goes back to Alan Anderson (The Pivot) and spans until Pressley/Berra.  For me, Elvis was Hearts best captain in my life time, even despite his hiccoughs.  I so wish he did not do what he did in a Celtic top.

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Big Zal for me. The fact he was captain ahead of Andy Webster speaks volumes for me given I think he's probably the best centre back we've had in my years. 

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3 minutes ago, Tasavallan said:

My memory goes back to Alan Anderson (The Pivot) and spans until Pressley/Berra.  For me, Elvis was Hearts best captain in my life time, even despite his hiccoughs.  I so wish he did not do what he did in a Celtic top.


The guy is thick as **** Tas. He struggles to speak. 
 

He made a tit of himself that day but his 8/9 fantastic years playing at Hearts means more. 

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Not my first captain but in my formative years Jim Jeffries sticks in my mind as being a proper captain. No doubt in my mind that but for the injuries Gary Locke would have been a great skipper. Gary Mackay saw the armband as a huge privilege. Zal will always be remembered for lifting the cup that day. Pressley, nah not for me. But the great thing about it is it's all about opinions. If I have to pick one it's the number 26.

 

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3 minutes ago, Fort Vallance said:

Not my first captain but in my formative years Jim Jeffries sticks in my mind as being a proper captain. No doubt in my mind that but for the injuries Gary Locke would have been a great skipper. Gary Mackay saw the armband as a huge privilege. Zal will always be remembered for lifting the cup that day. Pressley, nah not for me. But the great thing about it is it's all about opinions. If I have to pick one it's the number 26.

 


What was is about Elvis during his time at Hearts made it a ‘nah’ for you?

 

Was it him taking the ball and scoring late penalties to win at Easter road?

 

Was it him grabbing the game by the scruff of the neck and scoring two to earn a draw at Falkirk after Gordon got sent off? 
 

Was it captaining Hearts to be the first team to reach the uefa cup group stages?

 

Was it him taking a stance with Hartley and Gordon?

 

Was it him taking the first penalty in the 2006 cup final?

 

Was it him captaining Hearts to the champions league?

 

Was it him trying to play on concussed in the 2006 semi against hibs?

 

Or was it because he made a tit of himself when he scored a goal against hearts?

 

 

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Pressley by a country mile

 

Behind him I would say Alan Anderson and Eddie Thomson were both captains  who held the respect of their fellow players

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6 minutes ago, scott herbertson said:

Pressley by a country mile

 

Behind him I would say Alan Anderson and Eddie Thomson were both captains  who held the respect of their fellow players

Can't argue with this.

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Delighted to see some many people saying Pressley. Phenomenal captain and ambassador for the club during his time.

 

Is there not footage of him on the bus coming back from the Gretna final, looking out at hearts fans who’d queued up to welcome them home and saying to fellow players “We should be applauding these people”

 

Great man, who knew and understood what an honour it was to be a leader and captain of our great football club and proud history. 

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16 minutes ago, jambo mark said:

Delighted to see some many people saying Pressley. Phenomenal captain and ambassador for the club during his time.

 

Is there not footage of him on the bus coming back from the Gretna final, looking out at hearts fans who’d queued up to welcome them home and saying to fellow players “We should be applauding these people”

 

Great man, who knew and understood what an honour it was to be a leader and captain of our great football club and proud history. 


Spot on. 
 

He also told the players in no uncertain terms they had to understand what it meant to play for Hearts when we sold 10k season tickets for the first time ever in 2005/06. 
 

A proper captain. 

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1 hour ago, Fort Vallance said:

Not my first captain but in my formative years Jim Jeffries sticks in my mind as being a proper captain. No doubt in my mind that but for the injuries Gary Locke would have been a great skipper. Gary Mackay saw the armband as a huge privilege. Zal will always be remembered for lifting the cup that day. Pressley, nah not for me. But the great thing about it is it's all about opinions. If I have to pick one it's the number 26.

 

Not Pressley?  That’s an odd one, FV.

 

I’ve always had a soft spot for big Alan Anderson and Mr Jim.

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, BarneyBattles said:


What was is about Elvis during his time at Hearts made it a ‘nah’ for you?

 

Was it him taking the ball and scoring late penalties to win at Easter road?

 

Was it him grabbing the game by the scruff of the neck and scoring two to earn a draw at Falkirk after Gordon got sent off? 
 

Was it captaining Hearts to be the first team to reach the uefa cup group stages?

 

Was it him taking a stance with Hartley and Gordon?

 

Was it him taking the first penalty in the 2006 cup final?

 

Was it him captaining Hearts to the champions league?

 

Was it him trying to play on concussed in the 2006 semi against hibs?

 

Or was it because he made a tit of himself when he scored a goal against hearts?

 

 

absolutely brilliant post 

 

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6 hours ago, scott herbertson said:

Pressley by a country mile

 

Behind him I would say Alan Anderson and Eddie Thomson were both captains  who held the respect of their fellow players

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10 hours ago, karipidis said:

Pressley the best captain, by quite a distance, in my lifetime

Have to agree with this was a leader and lead by example he loved hearts and the fans . A right proper CB we don’t see now unfortunately. 

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9 hours ago, jambo mark said:

Delighted to see some many people saying Pressley. Phenomenal captain and ambassador for the club during his time.

 

Is there not footage of him on the bus coming back from the Gretna final, looking out at hearts fans who’d queued up to welcome them home and saying to fellow players “We should be applauding these people”

 

Great man, who knew and understood what an honour it was to be a leader and captain of our great football club and proud history. 

We should be applauding these people WE SHOULD BE APPLAUDING THESE PEOPLE! 

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9 hours ago, jambo mark said:

Delighted to see some many people saying Pressley. Phenomenal captain and ambassador for the club during his time.

 

Is there not footage of him on the bus coming back from the Gretna final, looking out at hearts fans who’d queued up to welcome them home and saying to fellow players “We should be applauding these people”

 

Great man, who knew and understood what an honour it was to be a leader and captain of our great football club and proud history. 

 

16 minutes ago, Stu_HMFC said:

We should be applauding these people WE SHOULD BE APPLAUDING THESE PEOPLE! 

 

Tear to a glass eye lads.

 

I'm really happy to see the big man get the credit he deserves. The way he wore maroon is a shining example of what a captain can be, there's a reason the press called him Mr Hearts.

The Celtic thing hurt, we all felt it, but the good outweighs the bad, massively.

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12 hours ago, BarneyBattles said:


What was is about Elvis during his time at Hearts made it a ‘nah’ for you?

 

Was it him taking the ball and scoring late penalties to win at Easter road?

 

Was it him grabbing the game by the scruff of the neck and scoring two to earn a draw at Falkirk after Gordon got sent off? 
 

Was it captaining Hearts to be the first team to reach the uefa cup group stages?

 

Was it him taking a stance with Hartley and Gordon?

 

Was it him taking the first penalty in the 2006 cup final?

 

Was it him captaining Hearts to the champions league?

 

Was it him trying to play on concussed in the 2006 semi against hibs?

 

Or was it because he made a tit of himself when he scored a goal against hearts?

 

 

Sorry Stephen.

I didn't say I didn't think he was a good captain. What I said was that the ones I mentioned stood out for me personally. It's a generational thing. Apart from Zal of course.

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10 hours ago, Morgan said:

Not Pressley?  That’s an odd one, FV.

 

I’ve always had a soft spot for big Alan Anderson and Mr Jim.

 

 

 

 

Don't have a problem with Elvis at all just that the ones I mentioned stuck out more for me personally. Nice mention for Alan Anderson. Big Hearts man and a lovely guy.

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23 minutes ago, Fort Vallance said:

Sorry Stephen.

I didn't say I didn't think he was a good captain. What I said was that the ones I mentioned stood out for me personally. It's a generational thing. Apart from Zal of course.

 

No worries. I started watching hearts as a kid in the late 70s so saw most of Zico's career. I honestly can't remember him acting like a captain at all. Too young to remember JJ as a player but agree on Zal.

 

He really was a natural leader, epitomised by the 11/12 cup run. Sadly missed.

 

Edit - when I played for United Crossroads in the 80s, Alan Anderson used to pop in to see Eric Gardner and train with us on occasion, he was a total unit!

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The Captain who was Hearts through and through, loved the Club and gave 110% every time he pulled on the beloved maroon jersey….

 

JIM JEFFRIES

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When I think Hearts captain, Steven Pressley is who jumps to mind, closely followed by Zal. 

 

Real shame how Elvis allowed his reputation to be ruined by his antics, even if they were intended as a GIRFUY to Vlad, its not how it came off at all. 

 

Likewise, when I think Hearts manager, its JJ who immediately comes to mind. 

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