Bobby Prentice: Career in pictures as Hearts legend dies at 65

Former Hearts star Bobby Prentice has died at the age of 65. The outside left played more than 200 times for the Tynecastle club, scoring 20 goals.

Tuesday, 17th September 2019, 2:44 pm
Bobby Prentice takes part in a training session at Tynecastle in 19776

We've dipped into the Edinburgh Evening News picture archive for a look back at Prentice's career in maroon.

Left-right: Kenny Aird, Graham Shaw, Ralph Callachan, Willie Gibson and Bobby Prentice
Hearts' Bobby Prentice is thrown over OFK Kikinda goalkeeper Popovic in an August 1977 friendly

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Hearts players Jim Brown, Donald Ford and Bobby Prentice on the train at Waverley on their way to Manchester in March 1974.
Hearts' Bobby Prentice (left) and James Cant pursue Hibs' Pat Stanton into the box during an Edinburgh derby in September 1973
Bobby Prentice (front row, with ball) lines up with his team-mates ahead of the 1977/78 season
Bobby Prentice (with ball) and Willie Gibson run out at Tynecastle to face Aberdeen in March 1977
Bobby Prentice battles with Hibs' John Brownlie during an Edinburgh derby during the 1974/75 season
Bobby Prentice pictured ahead of the 1976/77 season
Bobby Prentice takes on Hamburg midfielder Horst Bertl during a European Cup Winners' Cup match at Tynecastle in November 1976