35 Facts About Craig Levein

1. Craig Levein signed a new contract with United in December 2008, [8] but he left the job in December 2009 to become Scotland national football team manager.

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2. Craig Levein won the SPFA Young Player of the Year award in 1985 and in 1986 became the first player to retain the title.

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3. Craig Levein was created on Oct 22, 1964 in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.

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4. Craig Levein currently manages Scottish Premier League club Dundee United where he is the Director of Football.

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5. Craig Levein insists he will not let Steven Naismith and Arnaud Djoum leave Hearts without a fight.

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6. Craig Levein chastised Vanecek after substituting him in the first half against Dundee last month.

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7. Craig Levein has revealed Uche Ikpeazu could become the latest Hearts player to earn a contract extension.

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8. Craig Levein has already handed out new deals to skipper Christophe Berra and fellow defenders John Souttar and Michael Smith.

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9. Craig Levein has revealed Uche Ikpeazu could become the latest Hearts player to earn a new deal.

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10. Craig Levein has already handed out new deals to skipper Christophe Berra and fellow defenders John Souttar and Michael Smith, while he hopes to secure key men Steven Naismith and Arnaud Djoum on fresh terms before their current arrangements expire at the end of this term.

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11. Craig Levein hopes Uche Ikpeazu will become the latest Hearts player to commit his future to Tynecastle.

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12. Craig Levein will make some alterations to his line-up tonight despite Friday's inspiring win.

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13. Craig Levein added: "I can't complain about the work-rate and the effort of the team, I thought there was loads of that.

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14. Craig Levein attracted criticism for selecting Ian Black for that match, despite him playing in the fourth-tier Scottish Third Division.

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15. Craig Levein was unveiled to the press on 30 October 2006.

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16. Craig Levein has called on the Hearts support to "never cross any of the lines that were crossed" in the Edinburgh derby.

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17. Craig Levein calls on Hearts fans to 'never cross' the lines of the Edinburgh derby.

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18. Craig Levein has challenged his patched-up Hearts team to summon up the energy to stay in contention at the Scottish.

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19. Craig Levein wants Hearts to 'hang in there' until injured duo recover.

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20. Craig Levein thinks forcing Hearts to play behind closed doors for incidents like those at Wednesday's Edinburgh derby would be "a little bit dramatic".

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21. Craig Levein explains why Hearts won't sign free agents to solve striker shortage.

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22. Craig Levein had issued a challenge to his side ahead of the Scottish Premiership visit to Parkhead, telling.

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23. Craig Levein returned to Hearts in May 2014, as he was appointed director of football by new owner Ann Budge.

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24. Craig Levein stated his belief that Scotland were capable of winning all of their qualifying games, but the first two matches ended in home draws against Serbia and Macedonia.

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25. Craig Levein had previously said that he had not selected Lee Wallace for that reason.

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26. On 23 December 2009, Craig Levein left Dundee United to become the new Scotland manager.

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27. Craig Levein signed a new contract with United in December 2008, but he left the job in December 2009 to become Scotland national football team manager.

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28. Craig Levein was appointed as manager of his boyhood heroes, Scottish Second Division club Raith Rovers, on 5 September 2006, on a non-contract basis.

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29. Craig Levein won the SPFA Young Player of the Year award in 1985 and 1986, becoming the first player to retain the title.

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30. Craig Levein was born in Dunfermline and attended Inverkeithing High School, where he was in the football team alongside another future Scottish international footballer, Gordon Durie.

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31. Craig Levein was appointed Scotland manager in 2009, but he left this position after the team failed to win any of its first four matches in 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification.

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32. Craig Levein thinks Steven Maclean grabbing Kouassi by the knackers is funny.

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33. Craig Levein confident he has strength in depth to cope with Hearts injury list as Steven Naismith is ruled out.

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34. Craig Levein reveals why Murrayfield move can help Hearts to final.

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35. Craig Levein speaks on Hearts captaincy and Clevid Dikamona injury.

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