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With pundits and commentators queuing up to have their say on Hearts' struggles, Struna revealed they are trying to keep the inquest inside the dressing room.

He said: "Everybody has their own opinion - a lot of strategies about what we must do."It is true the results are not what everybody wants - everybody who supports and who is part of the club.

Now in its fifth year, Jamie’s Game is a celebrity football match organised by the Community Sports Foundation (CSF) in conjunction with Sellebrity Soccer.

The aim of the game is to raise as much money as possible to encourage disadvantaged and disabled individuals to participate in sport.

Jac, and 25-year-old Dan share two-year-old daughter Ella, while former TOWIE star Dan has son Teddy from a previous relationship.

East Enders' Abi Branning is set to make a tough decision after she finds out she may be pregnant.

The Hearts dressing room has come together to figure a way out of their poor form, according to right back Andraz Sturna.

The Slovenian international insists the importance of playing for the Edinburgh club is not lost on the team's new arrivals despite an overhaul of the squad has failed to lead to better results so far for Ian Cathro.


However, after postponing it once, the young loves are preparing to say ‘I do’ later this year – and seeing as Jac has now had her hen party, the big day may be sooner than we think…

East Enders fans had their suspicions confirmed that Jay Brown's (Jamie Borthwick) girlfriend was a bit too much of a spring chicken, as it was revealed in Monday night's episode (18 April) that Linzi Bragg (Amy-Leigh Hickman) is in fact a 14-year-old schoolchild. Jay was excitedly preparing for a romantic evening with his young girlfriend in a hotel.



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