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THE Lithuanian Football Federation expects Vladimir Romanov to continue funding the sport in the Baltic state despite the Hearts owner today threatening to withdraw his financial support.
HEARTS owner Vladimir Romanov is set to make a rare appearance at today's visit of St Johnstone.
HEARTS owner Vladimir Romanov has told SPL clubs to recognise that the quality of football and a fairer cash carve-up are more important than the size of the league, as support for a 14-team top flight gathered pace ahead of Monday's SPL meeting.
VLADIMIR Romanov, the Hearts owner who has threatened to withdraw his backing for the Edinburgh club unless there is more support from the local authorities, has found an unlikely ally in the shape of Phil Anderton, the chief executive he sacked five years ago.
FORMER Hearts chairman Leslie Deans believes it would be a tragedy if Vladimir Romanov sold Hearts.
EVERYONE has a breaking point. Even Vladimir Romanov. The words of Sergejus Fedotovas reverberated around Edinburgh and Scotland's entire footballing community like a bolt of electricity striking everyone down: Romanov is contemplating selling Hearts.
September, 2004: Chief executive Chris Robinson agrees to sell his 19.6 per cent stake in the club to Romanov.
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VLADIMIR ROMANOV today responded angrily to Gary Mackay's criticism of his stewardship of Hearts but claimed he would relinquish ownership of the club if he finds someone able to defeat Scottish football's "mafia".
AN ICONIC city centre bank building bought by Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov has been added to the register of buildings "at risk" after sitting empty for almost three years.
HEARTS players are overdue bonus payments dating back to the start of the season, a matter on which Vladimir Romanov was questioned during his brief meeting with the squad last week.
VLADIMIR Romanov's bank has seen its profits nearly wiped out as the impact of the global recession takes its toll.
THAT'S how it's done Darling – no Miko I'm not talking to you. You can't play hard ball over wages and expect me to still call you that you little tyke.
THE days of grand ambition are long gone. The garbled rambles are a thing of the past.
HEARTS owner Vladimir Romanov has been told that he cannot run in the Lithuanian presidential election in May.
Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov has failed in his bid to run for the Lithuanian presidency.
VLADIMIR ROMANOV has missed out on almost £2 million after failing to find a temporary tenant for the former Royal Bank of Scotland headquarters.
SEVERAL Hearts players have still not received their overdue wages from last week, the Evening News can reveal.