Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
weller54

Maddison

Recommended Posts

17 minutes ago, South Shire Fox said:

“James Maddison, he shags who he wants”

 

atleast thats his song sorted then.. 👀

Oh to be making 55K a week, 23 and playing football....apparently some benefits come with this :)

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 minute ago, South Shire Fox said:

Well tbf he was born and raised in Coventry so its not all rosy for the lad..

You can’t have it all lol

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
51 minutes ago, biggs said:

Oh to be making 55K a week, 23 and playing football....apparently some benefits come with this :)

 

I'd bite your hand off for any of the 3!

  • Haha 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Am sure Rodgers will remind him of his professionalism responsibilities when he returns.

  • Haha 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Quote

 

In one clip, Maddison is seen dancing with his hands in the air as waitresses deliver four bottles of £6,750-a-bottle Dom Perignon champagne ordered to his VIP area.

The purchases were followed by huge bottles of Grey Goose vodka at £2,708 each.

 

Isn't that stuff you can buy in Wetherspoons?

 

After tax that's like one of his week's wage spent on booze (unless he went halves with Chilly)

 

It's like any of us spending our weekly wage (let's say £400) on a night out. 

 

He's living like a billionaire. 

Edited by Collymore

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 09/02/2020 at 18:04, Finn Claw II said:

Stormzy probably went to a local charity shop picked out two outfits out and told them both to put them on.

 

Chillwell’s cap and jumper have a certain Games Workshop / Model train collector vibe about them.

Hey. Nothing wrong with a little games workshop in your life. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

For me there’s a difference between this sort of thing in the summer and the winter break.

 

In the summer, go and do whatever you want. Spend your money, party hard and hang out with whoever you want to. But when we think about why this winter break exists, it’s because footballers supposedly need a rest to recuperate. And it doesn’t look like he’s living like an athlete right now.

 

I appreciate that The Sun is gutter press and will always sensationalise but there has to be something there for them to build on. When the likes of Grealish and Alli are being held up as the “well they’re doing it too” then it’s not the finest company to be in in terms of the living-like-a-pro mentality. If we were talking about the likes of Kane and Milner doing this then it would be a different story, but it always seems a certain type that put themselves in a position to be the story.

 

If you asked Brendan what he’d ideally have liked to see his players doing this week then I’m sure it wouldn’t have entailed partying and been more so about resting up, getting some sun and sticking to the kind of diet they’d be on at any other time during the season.

 

Foolish to have put himself in a position to be this headline. He was already a marked man following the casino story, scrutiny on his form will now be ten-fold and there’ll be a decision next year by clubs: give the players time to do as they please or take the Man United approach of a week of warm weather training.

Edited by Freeman's Wharfer
  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
13 hours ago, GlenParvaFox said:

An article designed to rile up the average Sun reader. Young man, living his best life, who plays football for a living, knocking about with attractive female. The cherry on top is telling people how much he supposedly gets paid.

 

Gutter press.

 

Gutter people..!!!   Who  have a problem..!!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Just now, Freeman's Wharfer said:

For me there’s a difference between this sort of thing in the summer and the winter break.

 

In the summer, go and do whatever you want. Spend your money, party hard and hang out with whoever you want to. But when we think about why this winter break exists, it’s because footballers supposedly need a rest to recuperate. And it doesn’t look like he’s living like an athlete right now.

 

I appreciate that The Sun is gutter press and will always sensationalise but there has to be something there for them to build on. When the likes of Grealish and Alli are being held up as the “well they’re doing it too” then it’s not the finest company to be in in terms of the living-like-a-pro mentality. If we were talking about the likes of Kane and Milner doing this then it would be a different story, but it always seems a certain type that put themselves in a position to the be the story.

 

If you asked Brendan what he’d ideally have liked to see his players doing this week then I’m sure it wouldn’t have entailed partying and been more so about resting up, getting some sun and sticking to the kind of diet they’d be on at any other time during the season.

 

Foolish to have put himself in a position to be this headline. He was already a marked man following the casino story, scrutiny on his form will now be ten-fold and there’ll be a decision next year by clubs: give the players time to do as they please or take the Man United approach of a week of warm weather training.

so what!!...hes young a young footballer,in his wind down time ,doing what young Lads do...Footballer/sportsman of not...

some should learn to get a life,and Not add, to a none boring story...Hes getting his life,I advise you to do the same....

 

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2 hours ago, Collymore said:

Isn't that stuff you can buy in Wetherspoons?

 

After tax that's like one of his week's wage spent on booze (unless he went halves with Chilly)

 

It's like any of us spending our weekly wage (let's say £400) on a night out. 

 

He's living like a billionaire. 


He’s there for a few days. Haven’t we all lived above our means once in a while?

 

I certainly don’t imagine he’s living hand to mouth and his bank balance will be very healthy. 
 

If I saved £200 a week for 3 months and bought an expensive watch, am I living above what I can afford because I spent a few grand on it in one purchase? 

 

Edited by Leeds Fox

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, Freeman's Wharfer said:

For me there’s a difference between this sort of thing in the summer and the winter break.

 

In the summer, go and do whatever you want. Spend your money, party hard and hang out with whoever you want to. But when we think about why this winter break exists, it’s because footballers supposedly need a rest to recuperate. And it doesn’t look like he’s living like an athlete right now.

 

I appreciate that The Sun is gutter press and will always sensationalise but there has to be something there for them to build on. When the likes of Grealish and Alli are being held up as the “well they’re doing it too” then it’s not the finest company to be in in terms of the living-like-a-pro mentality. If we were talking about the likes of Kane and Milner doing this then it would be a different story, but it always seems a certain type that put themselves in a position to be the story.

 

If you asked Brendan what he’d ideally have liked to see his players doing this week then I’m sure it wouldn’t have entailed partying and been more so about resting up, getting some sun and sticking to the kind of diet they’d be on at any other time during the season.

 

Foolish to have put himself in a position to be this headline. He was already a marked man following the casino story, scrutiny on his form will now be ten-fold and there’ll be a decision next year by clubs: give the players time to do as they please or take the Man United approach of a week of warm weather training.


Does your employer dictate how you should spend your time off? I do understand what you’re saying to a certain extent but as long as he comes back fit then who cares. If he doesn’t then he’ll be disciplined. He’s probably had two nights on the booze max. IV treatment the day after no doubt.
 

A few players have said it’s as much about getting away from football as much as it’s about resting their bodies. If he comes back mentally refreshed in the same physical state that he left in, then there isn’t much of an issue. 
 

Let’s not make a mountain out of a molehill. If he’s clearly lagging in games then fair play. Plenty of players drink weekly, but because it’s not Golden Boy (who The Sun seem to have it in for), we don’t hear about it.

Edited by Leeds Fox
  • Thanks 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, ozleicester said:

I fear for the Wolves match thread

I always fear it. Normally 2 hours plus of negative comments, bar Southampton away. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
4 hours ago, Collymore said:

Isn't that stuff you can buy in Wetherspoons?

 

After tax that's like one of his week's wage spent on booze (unless he went halves with Chilly)

 

It's like any of us spending our weekly wage (let's say £400) on a night out. 

 

He's living like a billionaire. 

The difference is we go out every week and he rarely gets the chance to go out. The lads earnt the right to spend his dosh however he likes.  

 

If this was every month maybe he needs a word in the ear but a few times a year, go nuts. 

 

Im sure most would act the same as him at his age. ... in fact clearly others are doing just that (Barkley, Ali, grealish all out there as well) 

 

 

Edited by Lambert09
  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

As long as he and all of the other players come back in the right mindset and are firing on all cylinders, I don’t mind the odd blowout. These days footballers have to maintain their bodies at optimal levels for a ridiculous period of time. I get that they paid a big amount to do something they (hopefully) enjoy, but on a general level it must be so monotonous at times.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
10 hours ago, Collymore said:

Isn't that stuff you can buy in Wetherspoons?

 

After tax that's like one of his week's wage spent on booze (unless he went halves with Chilly)

 

It's like any of us spending our weekly wage (let's say £400) on a night out. 

 

He's living like a billionaire. 

He’s just got a new sponsorship deal from Puma, he’ll be minted 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Glad he's enjoying his hols.  It takes sacrifice to be an elite athlete so when the opportunity comes  along to behave like a normal kid in his early twenties, he should take it.  The only thing that I find a bit sickening is the prices of those drinks.  If that's true, it's all a bit 'look at me' and if he has got ten grand to basically throw away, he could do so much good with it.  Perhaps he does, I dunno.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
Sign in to follow this  

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...