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For the fourth time this season hearts senior squad members have not received their wages to time and its director, Paulo Sergio, admitted his unhappiness in that are not of his own making but problems arising within the Tynecastle club, whose Web site last Friday issued a statement condemning unspecified players of hearts.

-Anonymous author, although one can guess their provenance – Declaration stated that the delay was due to the players of Halo decided to “stagnant” rather than leave during the January transfer window.

“I think that it is something else which does not help,” said hearts Manager. “Some things are not in my control.” We talked about that and it’s my job to guide the mind of gamers to the places you want.

“One thing our players know is that things change very easily here.” We’ll see what happens at the end of the season.

“Those responsible have asked us a few more days.” I think that at the end of the month we are going to receive the payment. Work with facts. “If our Board tells us that they need a few more days, we have to believe that”.

However, the St Mirren manager Danny Lennon condemned the unfair situation to clubs, like yours, that they stay within their means and cited the acquisition of hearts of Craig Beattie, who was a free agent after his recent release from Swansea, as an example. Beattie scored his first goal for hearts against St Mirren in a draw 2-2 at Tynecastle when the teams met in this round.

To add to the sense of St Mirren of injustice, Lennon attempted to sign to Beattie at the same time as hearts, only to be surpassed by the Edinburgh outfit.

“Craig Beattie is in a position now where you can play in a Cup tie against the club that was actually trying to sign him,” said Lennon.

“Hearts can get players like him because it will offer three or four times the wages that we cannot afford.” Then, when players sign for them they discover that salaries are not being paid on time.

“This is frustrating for us and they don’t feel well.” “Not me saying this has nothing to do with the lack of respect for Paulo or their players but hearts have to put its house in order, otherwise it is only fair to clubs like us are good housewife.”

Lennon then praised Kilmarnock – another club strapped for cash – for their probabilidades-contra of the Scottish League Cup victory over Celtic, which comply with the winners of this tie in the semi-finals at Hampden Park.

“It’s a wonderful achievement by Kenny Shiels and his staff,” said Lennon, whose team is also known for playing passing football style of the part of Ayrshire.

“You are jealous as another administrator, even if you are happy for them.” I hope someday will be your turn. We have dreams and ambitions and he wishes him success.

“Who is going through this tie take great confidence in the fact that Kilmarnock has already had a positive outcome.”

One of the themes that unite hearts and St Mirren was sympathy by Liam Kelly, the midfielder for Kilmarnock, whose father collapsed with a heart attack at the full time on Sunday. “It should have been the best day of his life but I’m sure that was the worst,” said Sergio.

Jim Goodwin, the St Mirren Defender said: “what happened after the game with poor father Liam Kelly was a real and true shame because those guys must have been enjoying the biggest career moment.” “Would like to send my condolences.”


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