Hearts appear to have aimed a thinly-veiled dig at Rangers over their dressing room badge drama.

A row erupted on Sunday evening after Rangers Women defeated Partick Thistle 4-1 in the Sky Sports Cup at Tynecastle.

Photos emerged from within the home dressing room, which was occupied by the Ibrox club.

The Rangers badge could be seen defacing the Hearts crest in the centre of the changing room floor space.

This sparked an angry reaction from Jambos fans, as the club 'demanded answers' from Rangers and the SWPL over the incident.

While things have gone quiet on the matter in terms of official word from any of the involved parties, it seems Hearts are taking a more subtle approach to things now, as they prepare for next month's men's Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers at Hampden.

Promoting ticket sales, which commence tomorrow, a social media post by the Jam Tarts reads: "Do it for the badge."

The game will take place at the national stadium on Sunday, April 21, as Steven Naismith's side seek revenge on Philippe Clement's team after their previous encounter at the same stage of the Viaplay Cup earlier this campaign.

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Meanwhile, two Premiership stars have been added to the ranks of a football academy co-owned by Motherwell star Andy Halliday.

It was recently revealed that the former Rangers midfielder, 32, has founded an academy with his younger brother Robbie. 

Halliday still plays for the Steelman in Scotland's top flight but picked up coaching experience last season with Open Goal Broomhill's Under-20s team. Robbie also coached the same team before the partnership was ended.

Now, a few weeks on from launching their Player 2 Pro project, the Halliday brothers have announced who will be joining them on their journey to coaching the next generation.