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17 minutes ago, akbuk said:

It would be useful to have Nevilles voice in Parliament

 

Unfortunately Parliament doesn't allow individuals who say it like it is and speak the truth.

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I think if you even took a cursory look at a lot of clubs’ accounts it would horrify fans.

 

Derby are the tip of the iceberg and I’m sure there are many more in the same boat or soon to be in it.

 

Far too late now but wage caps should have been introduced years ago, along with any dodgy bonuses. If the wage cap for Prem was say £10 to £15K per week that would be it, no million pound house or yacht thrown in, a simply salary and nothing more. If you were found to be fiddling the rules you get a points deduction not a fine. 
 

I sound like an old man but the wages and transfer fees are quite simply obscene. I don’t blame the players but some League 1 and probably all Championship players earning more than a surgeon who actually saves lives, again obscene. Yes I know they are paid big bucks for their skills in what is essentially a small market of choice but come on.

 

I’m sure I read that Sala wants £400K a week and that won’t make him the highest paid player in the world, I hate to think who is. 
 

Don’t even start me on parachute payments 😡😡😡 

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I used to hate Neville as a footballer, but since he's become a pundit, I rarely disagree with him. He speaks a lot of sense and isn't afraid of speaking out. 

 

Put Man Utd aside, he's a football fan, and has a lot of knowledge about the game from inside. Someone like him as a representative, not for one single club, but for football in general in a place like parliament could only be a good thing, surely. 

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2 hours ago, Joe Jockstrap said:

I think if you even took a cursory look at a lot of clubs’ accounts it would horrify fans.

 

Derby are the tip of the iceberg and I’m sure there are many more in the same boat or soon to be in it.

 

Far too late now but wage caps should have been introduced years ago, along with any dodgy bonuses. If the wage cap for Prem was say £10 to £15K per week that would be it, no million pound house or yacht thrown in, a simply salary and nothing more. If you were found to be fiddling the rules you get a points deduction not a fine. 
 

I sound like an old man but the wages and transfer fees are quite simply obscene. I don’t blame the players but some League 1 and probably all Championship players earning more than a surgeon who actually saves lives, again obscene. Yes I know they are paid big bucks for their skills in what is essentially a small market of choice but come on.

 

I’m sure I read that Sala wants £400K a week and that won’t make him the highest paid player in the world, I hate to think who is. 
 

Don’t even start me on parachute payments 😡😡😡 

 

A Prem wage cap of £10 to £15 would actually kill the game in England.

 

No foreign players, all the best English players playing abroad, no English teams in the Champions League, less fans less tv money less money to trickle down the football pyramid and ultimately no kids aspiring to be the next Salah or Kane.

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22 minutes ago, OwlInCardiff said:

No, let's stick with Eaton educated, currupt, racist thicko's instead.

Better than a bunch of arrogant terrorist sympathisers, whose whole objective is to protect criminals.

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11 minutes ago, Rotherham Owl said:

 

A Prem wage cap of £10 to £15 would actually kill the game in England.

 

No foreign players, all the best English players playing abroad, no English teams in the Champions League, less fans less tv money less money to trickle down the football pyramid and ultimately no kids aspiring to be the next Salah or Kane.


Don't think that's quite right. Kids wanted to be footballers when the maximum wage was £20 a week. It does have to be a more or less FIFA wide initiative to succeed. We can't go it alone. There would be massive legal wranglings anyway if they tried to bring in some kind of wage cap.

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20 minutes ago, Rotherham Owl said:

 

A Prem wage cap of £10 to £15 would actually kill the game in England.

 

No foreign players, all the best English players playing abroad, no English teams in the Champions League, less fans less tv money less money to trickle down the football pyramid and ultimately no kids aspiring to be the next Salah or Kane.

I agree and I forgot to mention that it would have to be world wide. You are right, if it was just the UK we would go backwards, it should have happened many years ago, perhaps, early 90’s?

 

It’s immaterial anyway, it didn’t happen and won’t happen.

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24 minutes ago, bronxowl said:

Better than a bunch of arrogant terrorist sympathisers, whose whole objective is to protect criminals.

Think you're on the wrong thread. You need to follow this link:

https:bnp.co.uk/recruitaspanner

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4 hours ago, mogbad said:

 

Unfortunately Parliament doesn't allow individuals who say it like it is and speak the truth.

Watch the select committees you may find there are good voices out there

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2 hours ago, bronxowl said:

What, another phukking champagne look at me I’m a do goody goody socialist?

No thanks, 


 

You’d rather it be just absolute dickkks who hate you and don’t act in your interests?

 

Sounds great that mate 

 

Keep doffing your cap

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1 minute ago, @owlstalk said:


 

You’d rather it be just absolute dickkks who hate you and don’t act in your interests?

 

Sounds great that mate 

 

Keep doffing your cap

Sorry for having an opinion, but I don’t want champagne socialists  trying to drill left wing bile into me.

Lineker, Neville, Benedict Cumberbollox , Russell Brand, Russell Howard,  the list goes on

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