T HE good news from Hearts the other day was that, thanks largely to their supporters' "sterling efforts", they had reduced their £2m funding shortfall by almost half.
T HE good news from Hearts the other day was that, thanks largely to their supporters' \"sterling efforts\", they had reduced their £2m funding shortfall by almost half.
The Hearts fans have already rallied to help their club
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The bad news was that funds for the other half still need to be sourced and again they expect the fans to provide them.
The statement from Sergejus Fedotovas, owner Vladimir Romanov's man on the ground, amounted to little more than a further plea for the support to dig them out of a hole. Given all they have done in terms of buying shares, merchandise and match tickets, on top of their own fundraising initiatives, there must surely be a point when the well simply runs dry and those who populate the terraces can give no more.
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