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I have never understood how a lad from a working class home destined to become a plumber or a postman, needs to be offered such vast sums of money to do what he would do for nothing. In my "football world" a player would earn around 3k a week. For every week that he works for me, I would put another 3k into a trust fund for him, so that by the time he retires (say age 32), he has a very nice pension/trust fund and a lump sum to spend how he likes. (Win bonuses would also be reflected in how much was put away for him, thus giving him the incentive to move his backside EVERY week). I wouldn't have turned that down when I was 18, would you?

Posted By: gandor1

Date/Time: 29/05/2010 12:30:00


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