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Just the 4 Rangers in it, thought there would be more, not really a surprise no Hearts in it.

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An old stand out Hearts youth Marc Leonard started for Brighton tonight, not sure if debut, but well done.

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1 minute ago, Lfhearts said:

An old stand out Hearts youth Marc Leonard started for Brighton tonight, not sure if debut, but well done.


Think it was. He scored twice for the 23s on Friday night so looks like he’s making an impression

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15 hours ago, Lfhearts said:

An old stand out Hearts youth Marc Leonard started for Brighton tonight, not sure if debut, but well done.

Good news as I was told full transfer fee agreed was due on him making first team debut.

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On 31/07/2021 at 12:14, Footballfirst said:

Kemp was one of 3 Hutchie trialists who were brought in, but the other two appear to have been released.

Sandilands has come in from Rangers and appears worth signing for his goal scoring if nothing else.

Devlin came from Celtic along with Spence who has also played in the last week or so.

 

Forrester, also from Rangers, appears to have been released as he has not appeared in recent games. 

 

Just announced that he's signed a pro contract

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The U18s got humped 4-2 by Dundee Utd at Riccarton this afternoon.

 

After dominating the first half and passing up on at least three gilt edged chances, Hearts conceded the opening goal in the last minute.

 

It looked as if a half time talking to by Rankin and Naismith had done its job when Ewan Simpson equalised two minutes into the second half.  However it was not to be as United hit back almost immediately with a couple of goals of their own. A fourth goal late on from the penalty spot confirmed their deserved win, although Max Williamson grabbed a consolation goal in stoppage time.

 

It was a poor performance all round.  The forwards spurned great chances or were reluctant to shoot, while the whole defence had a bit of a mare with a series of individual mistakes, slips and losing possession unnecessarily.

 

McFarlane

Rathie Flatman Forrester

Hambrook Thomas Gordon Simpson Tait

Kirk Sandilands  

Subs used: McLuckie Williamson, Kemp 

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12 minutes ago, Footballfirst said:

The U18s got humped 4-2 by Dundee Utd at Riccarton this afternoon.

 

After dominating the first half and passing up on at least three gilt edged chances, Hearts conceded the opening goal in the last minute.

 

It looked as if a half time talking to by Rankin and Naismith had done its job when Ewan Simpson equalised two minutes into the second half.  However it was not to be as United hit back almost immediately with a couple of goals of their own. A fourth goal late on from the penalty spot confirmed their deserved win, although Max Williamson grabbed a consolation goal in stoppage time.

 

It was a poor performance all round.  The forwards spurned great chances or were reluctant to shoot, while the whole defence had a bit of a mare with a series of individual mistakes, slips and losing possession unnecessarily.

 

McFarlane

Rathie Flatman Forrester

Hambrook Thomas Gordon Simpson Tait

Kirk Sandilands  

Subs used: McLuckie Williamson, Kemp 

Dutd not top?

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3 minutes ago, Lfhearts said:

Dutd not top?

I haven't seen a table.  I wasn't impressed by Dundee Utd either.  It was a scrappy game with Hearts failings magnified much more than United's.

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37 minutes ago, Footballfirst said:

I haven't seen a table.  I wasn't impressed by Dundee Utd either.  It was a scrappy game with Hearts failings magnified much more than United's.

Poor result and game by the sounds of it then.  Shame as they have the likes of Rathie, Flatman, Hambrook , Kirk and Sandilands who are well thought of

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2 hours ago, Hesh said:

They don’t do a table as it’s a development league, but yes they are 

I'm sure that they keep a table, with the winners gaining entry to the U19 UEFA Youth League, equivalent to the Europa League, in the following season.

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Never too impressed by youth matches, at any level, Champions League one's are not that great.

 

You learn by your mistakes, days like today probably quite valuable 

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I was at the game with a mate and too be fair a number if the players were on their arse throughout the game. Not sure if that had to do with them watering the pitch before the game 

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