Posted date: 20:53 GMT, November 9, 2020 | Updated: 22:17 GMT, November 9, 2020
Heart of Midlothian has become the latest club to film a behind-the-scenes documentary series, as crews gained exclusive behind-the-scenes access during their disastrous landing season 2019-20
High-profile English clubs, including Manchester City, Leeds United and Tottenham Hotspur, have made their own documentaries, as did the Scottish champions Celtic after Brendan Rodgers led them to successive seasons with their treble between 2016 and 2018
This latest documentary sees Hearts Chair Anne Budge as standing out prominently as the team looks to build on the 2018-19 season that saw them reach the semi-finals and the Scottish League Cup final and Scottish Cup respectively, losing to Celtic both times as well as taking the place. Sixth in the league
President Hearts Anne Budge had a lot of tough decisions to make during a bad season.
However, after the defeat to St. Johnston in late October 2019, Hearts was level on points with St. Mirren downstairs, former Scotland coach Craig Levine was for two years at Tynecastle
Daniel Stendel, former Barnsley boss, took over in December after a short interim period from Austin McVeigh.
Stendel inherited a team that was knocked off the bottom of the division by goal difference, but things didn’t improve under his leadership
Their relegation was announced in May after it was concluded that the season’s matches could not be completed, with Budge submitting a proposal to temporarily restructure Scottish football and expand the First Division, giving the Hearts a respite
However, this failed and a clause in Stendel’s contract was triggered stating that he would be abandoned in the event of a club relegation, with the German leaving in June to be replaced by fan favorite Robbie Nelson, who had just led Dundee. United for the Scottish Championship Title
Craig Levine was removed from his position as director in October last year after more than two years in the position
Daniel Stendel was brought up after his Barnsley record but things didn’t get any better for Tynecastle
Meanwhile, Hearts has not finalized its objections to its relegation, but the court found the decision was fair.
Nelson’s era has started on a positive note, with three out of three league wins so far this season.
They also have a Scottish Cup Final and are looking forward to it on December 20 against Celtic in Hampden Park, where the competition has been relegated from last season after a temporary hiatus due to Covid-19, as the team faces Neil Lennon’s men after discomfort Top-tier Edinburgh will compete with Hibernian 2-1 in the semi-finals on October 31
The first episode of This Is Our Story: Inside Hearts will air on BBC One Scotland on Monday, November 9th at 9 pm
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