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Heart Of Midlothian Considers Legal Action Against Scottish Television
Published March 7, 2013
TYNECASTLE CONFUSION: In Glasgow, Gary Ralston wrote "confusion reigns" at Tynecastle after Owner Vladimir Romanov and right-hand man Sergejus Fedotovas resigned from UBIG, which holds a majority share holding in the club. Fedotovas attempted to reassure fans by declaring it is "business as usual and the club is in no danger of going under." He said, “Changes at UBIG board do not reflect any changes in the holding structure of Mr Romanov’s ownership" (DAILY RECORD, 3/6).