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VYACHESLAV HLEB hopes his stalled move to Hearts can be rekindled in the summer but admits he needs to address a nasty streak if he is to become a star in the SPL.

Hleb revealed that older brother, Arsenal star Alexander, reckons a move to Tynecastle could transform his stop-start career - if he also irons out flaws in his personality.

He said: "Alex has advised me to go to Hearts and to change my character. I have a nasty streak and it sometimes comes out in my dealings with people.

"That's why I couldn't hold down a place at Hamburg two years ago."

The player saw a move to Hearts dashed by Home Office red tape last year but is confident the deal can go through this time.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jan 29, 2007
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