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Furious Hearts Fans Demand Craig Levein’s Sacking After St Johnstone Defeat

Furious Hearts Fans Demand Craig Levein’s Sacking After St Johnstone Defeat

Hearts fans are calling for Craig Levein‘s head after tonight’s defeat to St Johnstone in the Premiership left the Tynecastle side joint-bottom of the table.

An own goal by Jambos skipper Christophe Berra in the 58th minute condemned Hearts to their fifth defeat in 11 games this season, and leave them on just eight points – the same amount as St Mirren, who are bottom on goal difference following their 2-0 defeat at Celtic.

Hearts have won just once all season, and despite having a Betfred Cup semi-final against Rangers on Sunday to prepare for, the club’s supporters seem to have had enough of manager Levein:

This time last season, Hearts were flying at the top end of the table, but their start to the campaign has been nothing short of abysmal – but do you think tonight’s result signals that it’s time for a change in the management department?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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