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It's down to supply and demand
Think of all the lazy public servants we could employee with other peoples hard earned money.
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But think of all the firemen and nurses that these athletes could pay with their extortionate wages! But I won't accept a tax hike for those in the public sector...
Disgusting just for running around after a bag of wind. sport isn’t sport anymore there just businesses
To those who think that he deserves it for his loyalty, wake up !!! Every contract is more than the last, he hasn't had to uproot his family to different countries/cultures/languages - he's stayed where fans like him because he 1 or 2 good things against League One standard clubs and you all fall for it !!!!He's never done it for his country, he's never done it out of his comfort zone
£100 million for a league title....... then again, maybe Liverpool should throw even more at trying to win the big one! YAWN
@459. Posted by JustanopinionFinally, someone who grasps how an economy works. "Fat cats" are the reason we all have jobs, and they're the reason the entire tax food chain works so that public workers can be paid. Messi might earn a fortune, but companies earn more off him and in turn, his marketability will go a long way to employing a few hundred people in marketing, merch and football.
"@60. AJHsurprise inclusion of the day surely goes to Kei Nishikori. He earns more in sponsorship than any player not called Federer.just incredible given he's made a career off being a flat track bully, getting annihilated by the first Top 10 player he encounters.--He's Oriental. There's a lot more of them than anyone else and he's their only top player. Hecne big endorsement fees.
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