Hearts fans in happier mood as team end rollercoaster season on a high

Hearts have finished the 2020/21 Scottish Championship season with a comprehensive 4-0 victory over Raith Rovers.

Friday, 30th April 2021, 9:57 pm
Updated Friday, 30th April 2021, 9:58 pm
Gary Mackay-Steven wheels away after opening the scoring for Hearts. Picture: SNS

Here’s how the fans reacted on social media:

@russgibson1764: "Soapy & Haring have made a huge difference since they’ve been back.”

@aaronstuart51: "Mackay-Steven is so much better in the 10 than out wide.”

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@ellsmith1203: “Best away performances both at Stark’s Park this season. Most importantly tho we are BACK where we belong.”

@fab_seventies: “Shay Logan has impressed since he came to @JamTarts, why not extend his contract, older but a better player than Stephen Kingsley, why not have them both for back up?”

@grantthorburn: “Really wanted to end this dismal season feeling annoyed, grumpy and frustrated at yet another p*** poor performance. However the last few weeks have been verging on something approaching entertaining and I might even go as far as saying this has been decent tonight.”

@Gonzosmurf: “Actually enjoyed watching @JamTarts this evening. What a difference having Soapy and Haring back. GMS looking much more like it too.”

@JohnRobertson77: “If this is the version of Gary Mackay-Steven we’re going to get next season then he’s welcome to hang around.”

@galleonskip: “Henderson looking like a player I have to say - like all Hearts fans would love us to persevere with a few of these guys.”

@grantak51: “How much better has Halliday been since they moved him to left wing back?”

@jamb0skickback: "And that’s season 2020/21 done and dusted. Great to end it with a confident win and a return to the Premiership but won’t be sorry to see the back of it.”

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