IAN BLACK last night launched a blistering attack on Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov, claiming the Lithuanian was "playing games" with the club as players' wages were delayed on several occasions.
IAN BLACK last night launched a blistering attack on Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov, claiming the Lithuanian was \"playing games\" with the club as players' wages were delayed on several occasions.
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The midfielder, who left Tynecastle in the summer to sign for Rangers, was one of a number of players who was repeatedly not paid on time last season. The situation has repeated itself this year, with the club failing to pay several players and staff, including manager John McGlynn, their August salaries as scheduled.
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