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Robbie Neilson refuses to hit Hearts panic button despite first defeat of the season to Dunfermline

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Hearts manager Robbie Neilson says he won’t be hitting the panic button after his side’s first defeat of the season.

Dunfermline saw off the Championship favourites with a 2-1 win as Neilson’s former assistant Stevie Crawford frustrated the Jambos before taking their chances to soar to the league summit.

Dom Thomas and Euan Murray were on target for the Pars, who withstood a late onslaught from the visitors after Stephen Kingsley pulled a goal back with six minutes left.

It’s an early dent in Hearts ‘ hopes to return to the Scottish Premiership but their manager wasn’t flustered and outlined that the club are fighting on several fronts with a Scottish Cup final against Celtic to come next month.

Neilson said: “You’re going to…



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