Football

Hearts down after 32 years in Scottish topflight

GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — Hearts was relegated from the Scottish Premiership after 32 years in the topflight, despite recording their biggest win of the season on Saturday.

Hearts beat Partick 4-2 but was left without a chance to stay up when St. Mirren earned a 3-2 victory over Motherwell. Celtic has already won the title.

Related Headlines

  • Ronny Deila

    Norway's Ronny Deila appointed Celtic manager

    Norwegian coach Ronny Deila was hired as the new manager of Scottish champion Celtic on Friday. The 38-year-old Deila joined the Glasgow club on a 12-month rolling contract ... 

  • Celtic rejects impassioned plea by Legia

    Celtic has rejected a plea by Legia Warsaw to give up its place in the Champions League playoffs in favor of the Polish team. Celtic were reinstated to Europe's elite ... 

  • Neil Lennon

    Neil Lennon quits as Celtic manager

    Neil Lennon quit as Celtic manager on Thursday after winning five trophies in four years with the Scottish club. Lennon confirmed his decision to step down after his agent ... 

  • Glasgow Games ceremony to be UNICEF fundraiser

    The Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in Glasgow will partly be a UNICEF fundraiser, with the agency hoping the move encourages other sporting events to use showpiece ...