Ten famous Hearts supporters including Olympic and snooker legends
There is a feeling Hearts are yet to really get going in the Premiership this season.
With the international break now in full swing, the men from Tynecastle are currently sat in eighth place in the table after they collected just one win from their opening four games of the season. There has been excitement elsewhere after the Jam Tarts saw off Norwegian club Rosenberg in the Europa Conference League before thoughts of a place in the group stages were ended by Greek side PAOK.
Off-field events have surrounded another managerial restructure as Steven Naismith was confirmed as head coach once again and Frankie McAvoy has now returned to his old role as assistant coach.
The duo will hope to show significant improvement from the lacklustre start to the season - and they can count on the backing of familiar faces from the world of sport, television and politics who are known to be lifelong supporters of the club.
A man told he was going to die from a terminal illness has celebrated his wedding - after finding out his symptoms were caused by his prescribed statin pills. Paul Gill, 65, was given the choice of dying at home or in a hospice after being informed he had Motor Neurone Disease (MND) in June last year. The former rugby league player was resigned to suffering a fate similar to fellow ex-Leeds Rhinos star Rob Burrow, who has been left wheelchair-bound by the condition. There is currently no cure for MND, which affects the nerves and brain and slowly robs patients of the ability to walk, talk and eat.
Even before he made excruciatingly public the vicious internecine war going on at Red Bull by calling for Christian Horner’s resignation, Jos Verstappen had already twisted the knife out in Bahrain by openly courting Horner’s arch enemy at Mercedes, Toto Wolff.