So it’s the Monday after bumper weekend of football action and dear Football Talk’s head is still spinning.
Hearts showed no mercy against rivals Hibernian to claim the Scottish Cup at Hampden. For more on that see Club Final Talk
There was penalty shoot-out drama in both Munich and Coatbridge over the weekend as Chelsea claimed a cup with big ears while Albion Rovers retained their second division status.
Dumbarton also have First Division football to look forward to after seeing off Airdrie.
Peter Houston hopes Scotland World Cup’s qualifying campaign will be Born in the USA, telling the squad the hard work to reach Brazil 2014 starts now.
And Kenny Shiels has signed a new contract with Kilmarnock.
Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels has committed his future to the Rugby Park side.
The Portuguese manager says he still hasn’t heard from the club’s board about extending his stay.
The striker says he may stay at Tynecastle after helping the club win the Scottish Cup.
The Scotland assistant boss has stressed the importance of the team's post-season friendly against the USA.
John Terry has previous for getting involved in other people’s celebrations
Falcao scores wonder goal (101greatgoals.com)
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