(From The Daily Star)
Byline: IAIN COLLIN and GRAHAM CLARK
ROCKY VISCONTE was just a goggle-eyed eight-year-old Down Under when he watched Jim Jefferies lead Hearts to one cup triumph on TV - now the teenager wants to play his part in helping the new Tynecastle boss land the club more silverware.
The Aussie grew up in Adelaide and with an Italian heritage shunned all the country's more popular sports to dream of a future career as a footballer.
Staying up into the wee small hours against dad Joe's wishes to watch Hearts lift the Scottish Cup under Jefferies in 1998 helped whet the youngster's appetite. And, having also tuned in from the other …