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it's not actually money that would otherwise be spent in our country.
It'll just be really great going to watch Kaka play Preston NE in the Championship.
but thats football and if folk want to spend that then they are going to regardless.
and it's a boring argument.
if it is an insult now, how would it *not* be an insult normally? if it is an obscene amount of money, it's an obscene amount of money either way, no?
plus he'll pay a shedload of tax, which is a good thing, no?
good knows what his initial weekly wage is.
blaaast says not and has shown workings out. See below vvv
.... or i could stick with "meh"
But it's a free market and the clubs can pay whatever they want.
And introduce him to British culture.
Muchos slutatas, si"
tasty, tasty burgers. Do you have a yellow card?
can be turned to crime because of this might know who has 'too much', that they could alleviate them of.
They money wouldn't be spend here anyway.
It's yon mans money and he can do what he wants with it.
It will actually be fantastically good for this country.
1. We will get to see Kaka play every week.
2. Our government will make almost £250,000 a week in TAX, how people earning £25,000 a year would it take to pump that sort of PAYE into the system?
Someone earning 25k a year would pay £3,793 in tax every year.
2,740 would have to earn £25,000 a year to pump the same sort of money into the system.
but i do think it's pretty terrible. I'd be well impressed if he turned around and said "well actually i'm earning a pretty good amount over in italy, love my job and where i live and don't really want to move, and by the way, that's a silly amount of money to pay pretty much any one person in the world" and AC said "yep, that's cool, we'll leave it at that".
OR i'd be even MORE impressed if he did it, but donated millions to charity. Imagine that! He'd be a bit of a martyr to do that though, so i wouldn't expect him to.
It's brilliant, i was just desperately image-searching but failed.
any move is a moral step up
but you may be right.
But what if the move enriched silvio even more? That would then be a bad thing, right? Hmm, principles of utility, or justice...?
So I'm pretty sure a massive chunk of the money he gets would be sent back to Brazil to build churches or whatever. 45% of my wage goes straight to my local church too. Some of the local youth initiatives that have derived from funding such as mine are really great, and are having a really positive impact on the local community. Just last Tuesday night we had four kids in, chatting to Reverend Runn
So stop getting all huffety about it
Man City are Kak. End of.
transfer fees have always been a piss-take. an economic downturn doesn't change that.
the video half way down. he's so going to man city