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Hey Stillbuzzin it ain't gonna go your way I can promise you that - The Phoenix Hearts willrise
StillbuzzinYou'd better keep your ID secret as there's a big queue to dance on yours!
The thing that sticks in the throat is Romanov and Hearts attitude toward Rangers during their meltdown.. They MUST have known as they were sticking the boot in and slagging off Rangers that they were on the financial brink themselves, in which case they have just made absolute dummies of themselves and their fans.
Throw your right wing pro war sky dishes in the nearest bin and start afresh . Sky the downfall of football money is everything culture. Don't know how Aberdeen are still going after spending a million on Paul Bernard in the 90s . Almost to hard to believe a million quid. Since sky arrived on scene football in Scotland went downhill and now look at the mess.
Gintaras Adomonis of Lithuanian firm UAB Valnetas, who is dealing with the bankrupt financial institution, (UKIO) has approached BDO to ask it to prepare to take control of the club...it is believed the Lithuanian request is likely to be granted given Ukio Bankas holds a floating charge over the club's assets, including Tynecastle Stadium.+++Bye-bye, Hearts.Karma.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2344197/Hearts-going-liquidation-life-newco-inevitable-says-colleague-Vladimir-Romanov.htmlGoing down! Hearts chairman Romanov's henchman says liquidation is inevitable
So Hearts needs £1/2m to get through to the season.If Hearts has no money for even an insulting attempt at a CVA, no income to pay the players, no assets to sell to raise funds, no ground because it's already been hocked, then it's not a viable business.Yer no comin' back; I'll dance on yer grave.
He needs to take a bite of a reality sandwich.
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Don't really understand what JR is saying. He swallowed the guff the club told him about the share issue and he went out to convince fans to part with their money. Surely this makes him culpable of complicity.
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