No Fight At Tynecastle
Updated Wednesday, 2nd September 2009
Dis agreements between manager and owners are nothing new at Hearts but Casba Laszlo is looking to play the long game.
Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov does seem to have bother with his managers. The latest spat surrounds the difference of opinion between the owner and the manager, Casba Laszlo over what constitutes a good player to buy. Romanov did not think much of any ff the players that Laszo identified as potential targets for striking positions. Laszlo has been in the game long enough to know that any fight between an owner and manager will result in only one winner and it is rarely, if ever, the manager. David Witteveen remains the only forward to arrive at Tynecastle, and, although frustrated, Laszlo acknowledged that he must maintain a working relationship with Romanov and the Hearts board for the sake of the club.
Laszlo said "I don't have any problem with anybody. I always respect the decision from the owner. I also respect the board. We must not create a situation where nobody is the winner. I don't like to win these games. I would like to have understanding for each other. I don't think it is important to lose energy on things we can't change. It's only important now to concentrate on what we have. Definitely I would like to stay here, I would like to work for Hearts. I cannot say anything more."
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