2013/14 League Finish: 12th, Scottish Premiership (Relegated to Scottish Championship)
Media Prediction: 2nd
Key Players: Danny Wilson (DEF), Prince Buaben (MID), Osman Sow (FWD)
New Signings: Morgaro Gomis (Dundee United), James Keatins (Hamilton Academical), Soufian El Hassnaoui (Sparta Rotterdam), Neil Alexander (Crystal Palace), Liam Henderson (Hutchison Vale), Alistair Roy (Stirling Albion), Alim Öztürk (Trabzonspor), Prince Buaben (Carlisle United), Scott Gallacher (Rangers), Osman Sow (Crystal Palace), Robbie Brown (AC Oxgangs), Lee Hollis (Motherwell), Adam Eckersley (AGF Aarhus), Miguel Pallardó (Levante)
Finally out of administration and free from the turbulent ownership of Lithuanian businessman Vladimir Romanov, Heart of Midlothian begin the 2014/15 season outside of the top division for the first time in over 20 years, but with a host of new signings being brought in to add to the strong, young talent already in the squad, the future looks very bright at Tynecastle. Locked in a imminent tussle with Rangers and Edinburgh rivals Hibernian - also relegated at the end of last season - for a maximum of two promotions to the Scottish Premiership, Hearts could be an exciting challenge to take on and finally break the stronghold Celtic currently have on Scottish football.