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This is Our Story: How the Fans Kept their Hearts Beating

by Ian Murray

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Imagine if your club, the love of your life, was about to play its last ever game. This is the story of the Heart of Midlothian - Edinburgh's oldest football club first formed in 1874 - and its heroic 8000 fans, or Jambos as they're affectionately known, who in 2014 donated their own money to help save Hearts from ruin. Ian Murray chronicles how in 2014 after a 13 month turmoil for fans and a media firestorm, Heart of Midlothian F.C. was finally saved from liquidation. Murray's new title commemorates Hearts fans and their sheer determination - unprecedented in footballing history - to rescue their beloved club from disaster and raise it up to the top of Scottish football.… (more)
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Imagine if your club, the love of your life, was about to play its last ever game. This is the story of the Heart of Midlothian - Edinburgh's oldest football club first formed in 1874 - and its heroic 8000 fans, or Jambos as they're affectionately known, who in 2014 donated their own money to help save Hearts from ruin. Ian Murray chronicles how in 2014 after a 13 month turmoil for fans and a media firestorm, Heart of Midlothian F.C. was finally saved from liquidation. Murray's new title commemorates Hearts fans and their sheer determination - unprecedented in footballing history - to rescue their beloved club from disaster and raise it up to the top of Scottish football.

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