THOSE hoping for fresh drama in the Hearts story are likely to be sorely disappointed by what happens at this morning's meeting of the Scottish Premier League board at Hampden.
THE Scottish Premier League was last night taking legal advice following news that Ukio Banko Investicine Grupe (UGIB), Hearts' parent company, had declared itself insolvent.
an appeal has been launched against the bankruptcy order on Ukio Bankas, Hearts' main creditor.
Hearts director Sergejus Fedotovas has expressed optimism that the club can secure an agreement over their £15million debt to bankrupt Ukio Bankas.
THE fact that an umbrella group of Hearts supporters' organisations has dared to be optimistic about events in Lithuania could best be summed up by coining a phrase: better the devil you don't know.