It took a scrappy Hearts goal to spark Celtic into life in the second half of the Scottish Cup Final on Saturday but the bhoys got there in the end thanks to a brace from their £9million man Odsonne Edouard.

However, we were all a bit baffled by Hearts tactics and with the Pro 14s going on at Celtic Park did the Jambos think they were playing a different sport?

When the Edinburgh side kicked off in the second half they kicked the ball up the field like it was a rugby kick out. Purposely putting the ball into Celtic’s corner for a throw-in. The idea must have been relinquish possession and then press high up the field when Celtic take the throw-in.

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The best part, they failed to really press the throw-in and Celtic came away with the ball. Craig Levein hasn’t tried and failed at a tactic at Hampden so hard since he introduced the no striker rule to his Scotland team.



  1. Spotted the classless comment by the failed McLean about Scott Brown.
    Here we have a player who didn’t have a direct shot on target and whose only objective was to leave the boot in when the ball had gone, a cowardly tactic that deserved at least a booking. Along with the substitute “all in wrestler” who couldn’t score, but went after Broony to leave his mark on him, no chance moron. Broony had you where he wanted you, on the halfway line squabbling with him, no goal threat from there!
    Levien’s tactic was to manhandle the Celts when being attacked, which was most of the second half. It was like a wrestling match, morons.
    Notice how easy Doumn was to go down, he should change his name to DOON. Mighty Hearts, more like MIGHTY FAILURES (yet again)!


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