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It's all gone wong for Hearts.

Byline: Brian Reade AT THE HEART OF FOOTBALL uk

s n SO Hearts, with debts of PS25million, have been forced into administration and had their entire squad put up for sale after being unable to pay some of their players' wages.

Why haven't they gone to Wonga and for a big pay-day loan? Is it ey asked pac because you have to have pay-days to get it, or with compound interest rates rising to 4,214 per cent that would mean they'd eventually owe more than the national debt of Scotland? o If so, why do they continue to have Wonga as chief sponsor? cont their ch
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Title Annotation:Sport; Opinion, Columns
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 22, 2013
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