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NO ONE ALIVE DESERVES IT...
27/11/2017, 17:54 (This post was last modified: 27/11/2017, 18:10 by loadsofposts69.)
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NO ONE ALIVE DESERVES IT...
Just pathetic.no one alive deserves one tenth of it only the three emergency services Angry

Premier League average weekly wage passes £50,000, says new study
The average weekly wage for a Premier League player has risen above £50,000 for the first time, says a new study.
Sportingintelligence's Global Sports Salaries Survey says the average annual wage in England's top flight is £2,642,508 - or £50,817 per week.
The annual survey also says NBA side Oklahoma City Thunder has become the highest-paid sports team in history.
And it looks at earnings in women's professional sport for the first time, finding an "enormous" gender pay gap.

Basketball dominates
The survey looks at average wages - not including endorsements - in elite sport. It puts seven basketball teams in the top 10 payers, with Oklahoma City Thunder topping the list. Just two years ago, there were eight football teams in the top 10.
It says a new television deal for the NBA has fuelled higher wages in the sport, with players now earning an average of £5.5m per year.
A flurry of new contracts for stars Russell Westbrook and Steven Adams in addition to big signings such as Carmelo Anthony and Paul George made Oklahoma "the best paid sports team the world has known".

Manchester United only make 23 in list
European football powerhouses Barcelona, Paris St-Germain and Real Madrid are the three football teams who make up the top 10 earners alongside the seven NBA franchises.
Manchester United and Manchester City pay the most money in the Premier League but only make 23 and 24 on the survey's list, despite both paying a basic average weekly salary of £100,000, or £5.2m a year, to their squads.
Barca's near £6.6m weekly bill includes Lionel Messi's £500,000-per-week deal, and makes them the highest payers in football. But PSG are not far behind with £6.472m - helped in part to Neymar's £40.3m salary following his world record move from Barcelona last summer.

But Premier League players top football averages
The £2.6m average for a Premier League player is more than double the equivalent figure in the German Bundesliga (£1.26m) and France's Ligue 1 (£944,4075). Players in Spain's La Liga earn an average of £1.68m annually, while the figure for Italy's Serie A is £1.33m.
Manchester United's weekly wage bill of £5.241m is followed by Manchester City's £5.235m.
Behind them come Chelsea (£4.451m), Arsenal (£4.037m), Liverpool (£3.649m) and Tottenham (£3.154m).

Disgusting. Sad

Even Worse is...
Celtic: PSG average salary almost nine times that of Scottish champions
The financial disparity between Celtic and their Champions League conquerors Paris St-Germain has been highlighted by a new report.
Figures published by Sporting Intelligence in their annual Global Sports Salaries Survey show the average annual player salary at PSG is 8.8 times Celtic's.
The average salary for a first-team player at PSG is £6.5m. Celtic's average pay is £735,040 per year.
The report also underlines the financial advantage Celtic enjoy over their domestic opponents, with their closest challengers Aberdeen's average annual salary £136,382.
The summer acquisitions of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe have sent PSG's average wage soaring, up £2m from £4.5m last year.

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28/11/2017, 10:41
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(27/11/2017, 17:54)loadsofposts69 Wrote:  Just pathetic.no one alive deserves one tenth of it only the three emergency services Angry

Well the emergency services need to start selling tickets then, don't they?  Get some betting companies to sponsor their vehicles...

The TV deal might want looking at too.  Police, Camera, Action! is alright, but what's it doing on a poverty channel like ITV?  Everyone knows Sky is where the money's at these days.

Feel for those on the front line obviously, but until management get their act together and start making the most of the commercial opportunities I can't see how it's ever gonna change.

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28/11/2017, 11:13
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...and fuck feeling sorry for Celtic in relation to PSG when literally the next sentence tells us there's a similar gap between them and Aberdeen.

Some football clubs are richer and more successful than others.  What you gonna do?

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28/11/2017, 18:44
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Doesn't matter how much you scrutinize it how can any one say its not bollocks and people are mad paying for sky Angry No I havnt got it I just watch it on the online channels available Tongue Fuck sky getting rich with my money...

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