Got something to get off your chest about Hearts ... or football in general ... or pretty much anything? 140 Twitter characters nowhere near enough to allow your spleen to vent?
Why not have it published on VfG?
Some, F-R David, for example, say they don't come easy. For some though, they seem to come far TOO easily.
I had intended to sit down and write this wee piece to, light-heartedly, point out to the BBC's Jane Lewis just why the phrase "Hibsed it" isn't nonsense. On Friday night (the 13th May), Jane posted this little comment on Twitter..
Something really, really, bad.
And now somebody has gone and written a book about it.
Undeniably aimed towards supporters of Celtic - for they were the ultimate benefactors of the two games featured in the book - this is actually a very interesting read for ALL fans of Scottish football ... even us Jambos.
‘I sniffed it and knew there was a big shit in it.
The book’s author, Stephen McGowan, has very kindly allowed us to feature a chapter of that book here. It is - for fairly obvious reasons - called “Heartbreakers”. The chapter we are featuring is titled “St Liedown” and, if you find nothing else interesting in it, contains a tale of a Royal Mail delivered shite ... so that’s got to count for something, right?
The book is only available on Kindle and can be found by clicking HERE (or on the picture). It costs only £2.49.
Heart of Midlothian won the 2012 William Hill Scottish Cup in sensational style as the Jambos crushed city rivals Hibernian 5-1 at Hampden Park on Saturday.
Goals from Darren Barr and Rudi Skacel saw Paulo Sergio's side race into a 2-0 lead before James McPake pulled one back for Hibs just before the interval. It proved to be nothing more than a consolation goal for Pat Fenlon's side, though, as a Danny Grainger penalty, a Ryan McGowan header and a second strike from Skacel sealed a magnificent victory for Hearts in the first all-Edinburgh Scottish Cup final since 1896.