THOSE hoping for fresh drama in the Hearts story are likely to be sorely disappointed by what happens at this morning's meeting of the Scottish Premier League board at Hampden.
It is no surprise that Hearts are edging ever closer to the SPL precipice, their tenuous grip on the top flight loosening that bit more with every passing day as the spectre of relegation looms into view.
Because we like our narratives simple and easy to understand, Gary Neville is a convenient antithesis to David Beckham.
T HE move is to make Herald Towers a paper-free office.
You might have heard by now...Frankie Boy is back in town.
This has been a season like no other.
Remember that ludicrous dice game some marketing bright spark thought would be a seller?
There was something almost heroic about them.
NO more contentious issue surrounded London 2012 than ticketing strategy.
Few people might have heard of the city of Sialkot, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. I certainly hadn't. But right now this poverty-afflicted region is staging a potentially amazing sports story.
Things were much better in the good old days.
A S he settles down to watch the Europa League final on Wednesday, Neil Lennon will wonder if failure might sometimes be more rewarding than success.
IF Neil Lennon is offered the Everton job I think he will take it, but that is a seriously big if.
Our obsession with managers and making them entirely responsible for their club's success or failure has had some interesting side-effects.
DON'T visit the doctor much.
When Lance Armstrong made his doping confession in January, the general consensus was that sport had hit rock bottom.