2000–01 Heart of Midlothian F.C. season

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Heart of Midlothian
2000–01 season
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Manager Scotland Jim Jefferies
Scotland Peter Houston (Caretaker)
Scotland Craig Levein
Stadium Tynecastle Stadium
Scottish Premier League 5th
Uefa Cup First Round
Scottish Cup Quarter Final
League Cup Quarter Final
Top goalscorer League:
Northern Ireland Andy Kirk (13)

All:
Scotland Colin Cameron (16)
Highest home attendance 17,619 v Hibs SPL 26 December 2000
Lowest home attendance 7,502 v Berwick Rangers Scottish Cup 7 February 2001
Average home league attendance 12,771

The 2001–02 season is the 104th season of competitive football by Heart of Midlothian. It is the third consecutive season of play in the Scottish Premier League in which Hearts have competed since its inauguration in 1998–99. Hearts also competed in the Uefa Cup, Scottish Cup and League Cup.

Managers[edit]

Hearts started the season under the stewardship of Jim Jefferies. He moved on to Bradford during the season, Peter Houston became Caretaker manager for 4 games before Craig Levein became Hearts new permanent manager.

First team squad[edit]

Squad at end of season[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 France GK Gilles Rousset
2 Scotland DF Steven Pressley
3 Scotland DF Austin McCann
4 Canada DF Kevin McKenna
5 Scotland DF Kevin James
6 Serbia and Montenegro DF Gordan Petrić
7 Scotland FW Gary McSwegan
8 Scotland MF Steve Fulton
9 France FW Stéphane Adam
10 Scotland MF Colin Cameron
11 Scotland DF Darren Jackson
12 Scotland DF Grant Murray
13 Scotland GK Roddie McKenzie
14 Austria MF Thomas Flögel
15 Scotland FW Gary Wales
16 England MF Lee Makel
17 Scotland FW Gordon Durie
18 Jamaica MF Fitzroy Simpson
19 Scotland MF Scott Severin
20 Spain MF Juanjo
21 Slovakia MF Róbert Tomaschek
22 Scotland MF Steve Boyack
24 Northern Ireland FW Andy Kirk
26 Finland MF Antti Niemi
No. Position Player
28 Scotland DF Kenny Milne
29 Scotland DF Robbie Neilson
30 Scotland FW Kris O'Neill
31 Scotland FW Alisdair Graham
32 Scotland DF Steven Reilly
33 Scotland DF Darren Goldie
34 Scotland MF Alan McIlroy
35 Scotland DF Craig Neeson
36 Scotland DF Anton Smith
37 Scotland MF Stephen Simmons
38 Scotland FW Ryan Davidson
39 Scotland GK Craig Gordon
40 Republic of Ireland DF Barry Smith
41 Scotland DF Paul Kaczan
42 Scotland MF Neil Janczyk
43 Scotland MF Robert Sloan
44 Scotland DF Paul Parkin
45 Scotland DF Elliot Smith
46 Scotland MF Liam Fox
47 Scotland DF John Knox
48 Scotland MF Joe Hamill
49 Scotland MF Paul McLaughlin
50 Scotland FW Graham Weir

Left club during season[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 Scotland DF Gary Naysmith (to Everton)
No. Position Player
4 Scotland DF Gary Locke (to Bradford City)

Fixtures[edit]

Pre-Season Friendlies[edit]

Scottish Premier League[edit]

Uefa Cup[edit]

Main article: 2000–01 UEFA Cup

League Cup[edit]

Scottish Cup[edit]

Spl Table[edit]

P Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Celtic 38 31 4 3 90 29 61 97 UEFA Champions League 2001–02 Third qualifying round
2 Rangers 38 26 4 8 76 36 40 82 UEFA Champions League 2001–02 Second qualifying round
3 Hibernian 38 18 12 8 57 35 22 66 UEFA Cup 2001–02 First round
4 Kilmarnock 38 15 9 14 44 53 −9 54 UEFA Cup 2001–02 Qualifying round
5 Hearts 38 14 10 14 56 50 6 52
6 Dundee 38 13 8 17 56 50 6 47 UEFA Intertoto Cup first round
7 Aberdeen 38 11 12 15 45 57 −7 45
8 Motherwell 38 12 7 19 42 56 −14 43
9 Dunfermline Athletic 38 11 9 18 34 54 −20 42
10 St Johnstone 38 9 13 16 40 56 −16 40
11 Dundee United 38 9 8 21 38 63 −25 35
12 St Mirren 38 8 6 24 32 72 −40 30 Relegated to First Division 2001–02

Source: SPL official website

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