Our season review of the most significant players in Scottish football continues with a review of Peter Haring of Hearts’ 2018/19 season.
It has been an up and down season for Hearts. A series of injuries ended their league challenge, and they came agonisingly close to winning the Scottish Cup.
However, one of the plus points of the season has been the performances of Peter Haring, the summer signing from SV Ried.
Revelation in the middle of the park
Although signed as a defender, Haring has played mostly in midfield for the Tynecastle side. Since playing in that position, he has been a revelation for Hearts.
Indeed, so good have his performances been that he signed a new long-term deal with Hearts before the end of his first season with the club.
One regret the player might have
The one regret that Haring might have is the groin injury which affected him towards the end of the season. He made his return to the side in the Scottish Cup Final against Celtic.
However, he was forced off in the second-half, with Celtic scoring their winning goal only minutes later.
Despite that injury, Haring has had a great season for Hearts. With his new contract, the midfielder looks set to be a Hearts mainstay for many years to come. Indeed, he could be a future captain of the club.