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 George Foulkes - “I brought in Vladimir Romanov and I am very much regretting that now, ... Phil Anderton has only been there six months and done a very good job -- ask anyone in Edinburgh, ask anyone in Scotland.”
 George Foulkes - “I can understand their bewilderment,”
 George Foulkes - “He's a big part of our plans as we try to keep progressing and it would take a substantial offer, of the order of 5m, to even make us consider selling.”
 George Foulkes - “I'm still regretting that we were bounced into sacking George Burley, ... I think that was a very big mistake. I know Bobby Robson was lined up as one of the front-runners but I wouldn't be surprised if he was having second thoughts.”
 George Foulkes - “I'm still regretting that we were bounced into sacking George Burley. I think that was a very big mistake,”
 George Foulkes - “There are obvious alternatives if we are going to move to another stadium on a temporary basis. There is Easter Road, Dunfermline's ground and Murrayfield but we will discuss the matter with the fans and the shareholders before anything happens. We've not entered into any formal talks with the officials at these grounds because it's far too early to do that.”
 George Foulkes - “He's a big part of our plans as we try to keep progressing and it would take a substantial offer, of the order of 5m, to even make us consider selling.”
 George Foulkes - “Craig Gordon is worth many millions of pounds. He is the established first-choice 'keeper for his country, has done brilliantly for Hearts and we are not in the business of selling our best players. He is a big part of our plans as we try to keep progressing and it would take a substantial offer, of the order of around 5million, to even make us consider selling.”
 George Foulkes - “There is obviously a chance we could continue to play at Tynecastle when the new main stand is being built but if we did then the capacity would have to be cut from around 17,000 to 13,000 which would not be ideal,”
 George Foulkes - “There is obviously a chance we could continue to play at Tynecastle when the new main stand is being built but, if we did, then the capacity would have to be cut from around 17,000 to 13,000, which would not be ideal,”
 George Foulkes - “We are currently in the middle of contract negotiations with Craig Gordon over a new deal for him,”
 George Foulkes - “I have no objection to that at all. It's not a great day for Hearts but I can't give the fans an explanation of the circumstances of the parting of company. I can't say any more because of confidentiality agreements.”
 George Foulkes - “I would argue that anyone in his position, who is planning to invest huge amounts of money in further player acquisitions in January and the development of the ground, would want the comfort of being in control.”
 George Foulkes - “Mr Romanov has already done a huge amount for the club as the principal shareholder. How much more can he do as the owner”
 George Foulkes - “There will be no undue delay, but we have to take the necessary time to find the manager that makes this club the top club in Scotland,”
 George Foulkes - “We are not going to rush it but we're also not going to have undue delay. I can say the club will go from strength to strength,”
 George Foulkes - “We were a family at war for a time. Now everyone is singing from the same hymn sheet. That's reflected in the boardroom as much as anywhere else. We're inviting people to the directors' box who are keen to support the club, whether they be potential investors or sponsors. On Saturday, we welcomed the actor, Ken Stott, as well as Gary Mackay, who had never been invited before.”
 George Foulkes - “Craig Gordon is worth many millions of pounds. He is the established first-choice 'keeper for his country, has done brilliantly for Hearts and we are not in the business of selling our best players. He is a big part of our plans as we try to keep progressing and it would take a substantial offer, of the order of around 5million, to even make us consider selling.”
 George Foulkes - “We are not in the business of selling our best players,”
 George Foulkes - “Acceptance of this offer will see the club move from strength to strength under the same management and with a simplification of ownership and increased commitment.”