It was said that when the Iron Curtain fell in Eastern Europe back in 1989, many of the citizens living in the nations excluded from the west had difficulty adjusting to their new circumstances.
Heart of Midlothian football club had quite an impressive win against Ross County at Tynecastle last Saturday.
A superb Callum Paterson strike from outside the box gave them a 1-0 half-time lead.
Despite having Blazej Augustyn sent off, some dogged persistence from Osman Sow led to a second goal that wrapped up a 2-0 victory.
Unfortunately, the goals - and the rearguard display with 10 men - went unnoticed.
It appears as if the penny is slowly dropping with regard to the Springbok King's reign over Ibrox (and his wine-cellar).
Some Rangers fans, while rightfully basking in the sunshine of the flying start their team has made to their second tier campaign, have also been casting a cautious eye on off-field events.
Yesterday I published a number of questions for the Foundation of Hearts (FoH) to answer regarding the election process of fans standing to became directors.
Brian Cormack of the FoH was kind enough to reply. The questions asked yesterday are re-posted below with his answers following them.
I would like to thank Brian for taking the time to answer. His responses are in bold and have been unedited.
The Foundation of Hearts sent out nomination packs for the forthcoming director elections.
An entry form can be found here while the guidelines for nomination can be found here.