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Feel so sorry for him. Had the hardest thing - skill and flair. 
Couldn’t convert it to making it at the level he should have reached. 
Don’t know if it was injuries, attitude, bulk, coaching but he looked a player I would pay to watch. 

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tokyowalnut

Why feel sorry for him? I really don’t get that. He looks no more athletic than he did at 16, loan moves didn’t bear much fruit.  He’ll have a career kicking about the lower divisions. 

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been here before

Dunfermline, Montrose, Queen of the South. Looks like he's finding his level.

 

Wasnt he offered a 1 year contract to prove himself but dingied it?

 

Just never quite made it to the next level. C'est la vie as Robbie Nevil once sang.

 

Folk will blame Levein though.

 

Goal v Celtic, owning Broonaldo, the challenge on McGinn and this year, to save me from tears Ill give it to Harry Cochrane is the sum total of him in a Hearts shirt.

 

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Think it was in a BBC or EEN article that his shoulder or neck is still out of proper alignment due to the Brown challenge in the game following the 4-0. Quite possible that's something to do with it. Undoubtedly a talented player, wish him all the best. 

 

Edit - it was in The Athletic, and quoted by Edinburgh Live (https://www.edinburghlive.co.uk/sport/football/harry-cochrane-reflects-hearts-scariest-20743595

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Restonbabe

Scott Brown finished him. Was never the same after. 

 

Hopefully will come good being out of the spotlight

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Byyy The Light

Hopefully a late bloomer physically and it clicks in to place for him in the next few years.

 

He needs the mindset to come back though. 95% of guys chuck it and it becomes a hobby once they leave a big club. 

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Jean Louis Valois

Decent move for him. Needs to prove himself at that level for a couple of years to get his career back on track. He was never going to be a starter for us so best for all he moved on.

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jonnothejambo

Hope this move works out for Cochrane. 

 

He is better away from the club and I will leave it at that. 

 

Good luck to the lad.

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Nessjambo67

Hope he does well for sure what went wrong for the laddie ? Was it Hearts ? The media hype ?  Hope the future is better for young pollock and Macgill it’s really time. For some of our academy players to make the breakthrough it’s been far too long 

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Good luck to the kid hope it works out probably found his level.

 

Don’t think he’s good as folk made out and Levein over hyping him didn’t help.

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Maroon Sailor

He was always going to go 1 of 2 ways after the Celtic goal but the way it went was always the most likely.

 

Good move for him at Queen of the South as he's got a manager who had a similar experience.

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SM Sheffield

Doubt it will be much but EEN mentions a development fee due from QOTS. 
 

Does anyone have an idea how much that might be?

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wavydavy
15 hours ago, been here before said:

Dunfermline, Montrose, Queen of the South. Looks like he's finding his level.

 

Wasnt he offered a 1 year contract to prove himself but dingied it?

 

Just never quite made it to the next level. C'est la vie as Robbie Nevil once sang.

 

Folk will blame Levein though.

 

Goal v Celtic, owning Broonaldo, the challenge on McGinn and this year, to save me from tears Ill give it to Harry Cochrane is the sum total of him in a Hearts shirt.

 

 

Good shout, quite right 😍

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12 hours ago, SupaJT said:

Think it was in a BBC or EEN article that his shoulder or neck is still out of proper alignment due to the Brown challenge in the game following the 4-0. Quite possible that's something to do with it. Undoubtedly a talented player, wish him all the best. 

 

Edit - it was in The Athletic, and quoted by Edinburgh Live (https://www.edinburghlive.co.uk/sport/football/harry-cochrane-reflects-hearts-scariest-20743595


You couldn't sum up Scottish Football better than this. Promising young player - instead of being lauded, gets brutally injured by a thug who represents the worst of Scottish Football yet gets plaudits and captains the national side, whilst not a jot of a word is said about how we kick the skill out of our up-and-coming young talent.

 

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Boy Daniel

Broonie crocked him and he was never the same after that. Such a shame cause he showed so much promise. 

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