SPL Club Heart Is Reprimanded By League Over Late Pay To Players
The Scottish Premier League has reprimanded club Heart of Midlothian over its "failure to pay players on time last month," according to Mark Cue of the LONDON TIMES. The Tynecastle club has also been warned about its future conduct and face another SPL hearing on Wednesday over a similar offence from this month. Hearts Managing Dir David Southern confirmed that the outstanding wages from Oct. 15 "had been paid to those affected, believed to be six players and the Manager John McGlynn." In a statement the SPL said: “The charge was admitted by the club. The club has been reprimanded and warned with regard to its future conduct. The club remains subject to a player registration embargo. A second charge against Heart of Midlothian Football Club regarding its alleged failure to pay coaching staff and players on the due date in October will be heard on Wednesday, Oct. 24” (LONDON TIMES, 10/22).