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Ann Budge announces serious cuts to Tynecastle spending.

Surely one or two others cant be far behind. 

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The first of many. We're lucky that we have so few players under contract and that we sacked Alessio. 

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1 hour ago, cammy_boy said:

Who is going to be spending money on players just now exactly? 

A reasonable point.

I thought perhaps those with TV money but you may well be right. 

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1 hour ago, cammy_boy said:

Who is going to be spending money on players just now exactly? 

I'd imagine noone as not only is football suspended but the f**king transfer window is closed.

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6 minutes ago, Beaker71 said:

I'd imagine noone as not only is football suspended but the f**king transfer window is closed.

So angry 

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7 minutes ago, seedsy said:

So angry 

Nope just no time at the moment for absolutely clueless questions.  And the question didnt come from Cammy_boy

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1 minute ago, Beaker71 said:

Nope just no time at the moment for absolutely clueless questions.  And the question didnt come from Cammy_boy

Maybe Fraz65 is just tried from all those hrs treating sick people. Maybe you should learn a bit of decorum. 

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2 hours ago, cammy_boy said:

Maybe Fraz65 is just tried from all those hrs treating sick people. Maybe you should learn a bit of decorum. 

Maybe, but as Billy Connolly once said "I know literally thousands of words but sometimes I just like to say f**k"

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7 hours ago, fraz65 said:

If an English club offered money for Brophy or Findlay it could see us come through this. 

Norwegian FA were supposedly planning on going to FIFA looking for them to amend the transfer system for a period of time. Some countries have clauses in contracts if there is no football for a period of time then contracts are void.

This current situation could potentially change the transfer market. Strengthen the rich clubs and make everyone else weaker. On the other side teams will be scrambling for cash and possibly willing to settle for less

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5 hours ago, Beaker71 said:

Maybe, but as Billy Connolly once said "I know literally thousands of words but sometimes I just like to say f**k"

That's actually quite funny. 

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11 hours ago, gdevoy said:

Ann Budge announces serious cuts to Tynecastle spending.

Surely one or two others cant be far behind. 

IMO this move from Hearts is about more than struggling over the next few weeks/months without games. For me they are looking at ways to reduce the wage bill long term and possibly get out of contracts.

Some interesting comments from the PFA on the situation. 

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Hearts supporters must be livid at the way Budge & her cronies have spunked away 100s of thousands of pounds that they have donated to their club. Total waste of their generous donations. Made it far to easy for the board and all it has got them is relegated & probably bankrupt again. Should have stabilised the club before they spent millions they didn’t have on the new stand & crazy inflated players wages.

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