The case for: ‘Every side needs one’ the description of that player who, despite not possessing any obvious stand out skill, is still one of the first names on the team sheet. Berry falls into this category. A hard tackling, energetic midfielder who bossed the Jambos midfield throughout the 80s and early 90s. Berry arrived with flowing blond locks from Bolton in 1984 and was a mainstay in the Tynecastle side until he left in 1996, minus the mullet. In between times he was a key member of the side which lost the league title on the final day to Celtic in 1986 and also the Scottish Cup Final that same year. Berry was also instrumental in Hearts’ run to the quarter final of the UEFA Cup in 1988/89 in which they stunned Bayern Munich at Tynecastle only to lose the second leg in Germany. In total he made 386 appearances for the Gorgie men and scored 31 goals.
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