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There are two football teams in Edinburgh, Heart of Midlothian FC (Hearts) and Hibernian FC (Hibs).
Hearts fans are known as Jambos, Hibs fans as Hibbies.

Hearts v Hibs Cartoons by Frank Boyle
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Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov promised to give every child in Edinburgh a Hearts top Hearts win the Scottish Cup.Illusionist David Blaine spends several days underwater in a tank. Hearts produce a 3D match programme. Despite reassurances from the club, Hearts face huge financial problems Lothian buses are to be painted a shade of maroon known as madder. Hibs are knocked out of the cup by Ross County Both Hearts and Hibs lose Scottish Cup semi-finals.Cardinal O'Brien is in Rome for the election of a new pope.
Hibs went through a bad patch, failing to score a goal in January 2011 Hibs were playing very badly. Edinburgh Zoo announced that two pandas would be arriving from China on loan. Edinburgh police urge people to report neighbours who seem to be living beyond their means. Hearts have huge debts. It is suggested that Hearts might play Celtic in Australia. Hibs announce that Elton John is to play a concert at Easter Road.
Riots in English cities in summer 2011 did not spread to Scotland.Hearts fan Alex Salmond saw his team thrashed 5-0 at home by Spurs in the Europa League. Following their team's relegation from the SPL,Hibs fans protested outside Easter Road, calling on owner Sir Tom Farmer and chairman Rod Petrie to resign. Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh condemns the cheap booze culture in Scotland Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh writes a play about the Munchkins from the Wizard of Oz. Hearts were hit by an injury crisis.Politicians Alex Salmond and Lord Foulkes are well known fans of the club.
A colony of bats are found roosting in the stand at Tynecastle. Some Hibs fans planned to welcome new manager Terry Butcher by wearing head bandages.He once played for England with blood seeping from a bandaged forehead. UFOs reported over the Lothians. Hibs are knocked out of the Europa League in the first round Hearts fan Alex Salmond launched the white paper on scottish independence.Hearts lost 7-0 at home to Celtic. Hibs fans blamed ref Craig Thomson for giving Hearts a soft penalty in the Scottish Cup final, which they lost 5-1.The latest Men in Black film had just opened

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