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SBD Global/June 14, 2013/Franchises
Heart Of Midlothian Puts All Players Up For Sale To Ensure The Club's Survival
Published June 14, 2013
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BLAME GAME: In Edinburgh, Barry Anderson reported the club Thursday blamed "hesitation and inaction" from supporters for the lack of funds despite the £1.1M generated from a share issue just six months ago. Season ticket sales remain below the 7,000 mark and Hearts "desperately need that number to increase." For now, even the best of their youth academy graduates like Jamie Walker and Jason Holt "are available for transfer in an effort to raise money and help the Edinburgh club survive" (SCOTSMAN, 6/13).