Hearts’ season took another dark turn against Motherwell, losing 3-2 to the Steelmen.
Declan Gallagher and a sublime Sherwin Seedorf effort had the Well two in front. Ryotaro Meshino played his part in a Jambos fightback, but Jermaine Hylton’s goal shortly after appearing as a sub finished the game.
It was a poor performance from Hearts by all accounts, but it wasn’t terrible. Things just don’t seem to be happening for them, as pressure continues to mount on Craig Levein.
Needless to say, some fans were not happy with the club after another defeat.
It will be the players fault no doubt. That’s been his script. Always deflecting onto something other than himself. How can we ever get a good team togetherness when you have a manager throwing you under the bus every week and not taking responsibility. Lost the dressing room??
— James mcconnell (@jamesymcc03) September 14, 2019
lexit means lexit
— Cameron MacLennan (@CSM66613) September 14, 2019
Well done Levein,another shambles and a complete embarrassment 👏
— Robert Smith (@pop1874) September 14, 2019
— ©® (@cr_1874) September 14, 2019
We’re not a million miles away from being a good team though. And by the time we kick off in the Championship next season we might just about be there.
— Murray Meikle (@murraymeikle) September 14, 2019
If anyone with any decision making at Hearts think letting Levein lead us in to the Cup game and Derby is the correct one then they don’t have the clubs best interests at heart.
— scott leishman (@Leisham38) September 14, 2019
Supporters can’t take much more
Hearts fans have been through the mill in recent times. From their administration, to Premiership relegation, and now this wretched run of form.
After St Johnstone’s draw away to Aberdeen, Levein’s men are bottom of the table. It’s hard to see when anything will change for the better at Tynecastle.
Ugly scenes ensued post-match yesterday as hundreds of fans protested for their manager to walk. It was unpleasant, but fans are doing everything they can to let the club’s hierarchy know what they think of current performances.
Two points from 15, no wins at Tynecastle in the league since March, seven wins in the league since last October, no wins in 11 Premiership matches. These are just some of the grim stats Hearts need to face after recent results.
Something has to change at Tynecastle, surely. Fans can’t handle this for much longer.