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3 hours ago, Koke said:

 

Some players on there are way overpaid. How did sick note Adam Lallana secure himself a 3 tear contract on 90k a week. 

 

Callum Hudson Odoi, Mason Mount, Reece James and Jared Bowen has done nothing to be on the contract they're on. Chelsea are giving stupid contracts to their younger players.

If he was on 30K or so more at Liverpool than he's taken perhaps a 25% pay cut hasn't he. And he was on a free, wasn't he if I recall correctly. Still crackers but puts it in context a bit.

 

I'm interested to know where all these figures have come from.

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12 minutes ago, jeffschlupp said:

FoxesTalk's obsession with made-up wage figures continues

 

You alright Jeff? What are you on at Palace? 

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There was an apparent leak of Sterling's wage slip last season. Saved it somewhere but would probably be breaking all sorts of laws to post it here, NI number an all.

 

Anyway according to that they get paid monthly. Raheems's rough Basic pay 700,000, loyalty 1,500,000 - net pay 1,100,000. Dated 2019

 

Likely fake, I don't know.

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3 hours ago, BWRL said:

I can't believe that Bowen would have been able to command those wages coming from a good season in the Championship with Hull!?

If those figures are true then it is mental he's on 100k a week (about 60k too much for a player of his ability) but he had 3 good seasons with Hull, not just the one.

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19 hours ago, Cardiff_Fox said:

What about Wigan, Hull and Bristol they have worked a ground share for years 

wigan and Hull is rugby league. They play mainly in the summer so the football season is less affected. Bristol tbf yeah fair enough.

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7 hours ago, davieG said:

Who are the Premier League's highest-paid Englishmen?

 

According to - https://www.givemesport.com/1651782-kane-maguire-sterling-who-are-the-premier-leagues-highestpaid-englishmen

 

 

25. Nathaniel Clyne - £80,769-per-week

24. Mason Mount - £88,462-per-week

23. Aaron Wan-Bissaka - £90,000-per-week

Aaron Wan-Bissaka in action for Man United
22. Adam Lallana - £90,385-per-week

=20. Ross Barkley - £91,667-per-week

=20. Reece James - £91,667-per-week

19. Jared Bowen - £96,154-per-week

=16. John Stones - £100,000-per-week

=16. Dean Henderson - £100,000-per-week

=16. Dele Alli - £100,000-per-week

15. Jordan Pickford - £100,160-per-week

=13. James Maddison - £110,000-per-week

=13. Kyle Walker - £110,000-per-week

=9. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain - £120,000-per-week

=9. Luke Shaw - £120,000-per-week

=9. Callum Hudson-Odoi - £120,000-per-week

=9. Jack Grealish - £120,000-per-week

=6. James Milner - £140,000-per-week

=6. Jordan Henderson - £140,000-per-week

=6. Jamie Vardy - £140,000-per-week

5. Harry Maguire - £162,775-per-week

4. Ben Chilwell - £190,000-per-week

=2. Harry Kane - £200,000-per-week

=2. Marcus Rashford - £200,000-per-week

1. Raheem Sterling - £300,000-per-week

Ross Barkley needs to find a better agent I think, he's earning less than Jared Bowen.

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Football really is a great case study in why unregulated (/barely regulated) free market capitalism is a load of inefficient bollocks and you have to be either one of its obscenely wealthy beneficiaries or a naive cuck to unironically support it.

 

I'll pre-emptively add that this isn't an invitation to get your boot-licking tongues out and talk about communism being even worse, strangely enough there's more than 2 possible options and a whole spectrum of nuance between them.

 

 

Good morning guys.

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40 minutes ago, Carl the Llama said:

Football really is a great case study in why unregulated (/barely regulated) free market capitalism is a load of inefficient bollocks and you have to be either one of its obscenely wealthy beneficiaries or a naive cuck to unironically support it.

 

I'll pre-emptively add that this isn't an invitation to get your boot-licking tongues out and talk about communism being even worse, strangely enough there's more than 2 possible options and a whole spectrum of nuance between them.

 

 

Good morning guys.

Football as an industry doesn't really have consumer choice like almost every other industry though. Rampant neoliberalism has been a disaster but it's a bit apples and oranges.

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16 minutes ago, Stadt said:

Football as an industry doesn't really have consumer choice like almost every other industry though. Rampant neoliberalism has been a disaster but it's a bit apples and oranges.

But the football industry as it currently stands is a direct product of laissez-faire economics.  Be it the hyper-inflated transfer market, ticketing policies and matchday concessions, the plethora of TV and streaming subscriptions, absurd replica kit prices, wherever you look in the footballing world the invisible hand is supposedly hard at work.   If football's an apple, rampant neoliberalism's the apple tree that allowed it to grow.

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1 hour ago, Leicesterpool said:

wigan and Hull is rugby league. They play mainly in the summer so the football season is less affected. Bristol tbf yeah fair enough.

Rugby League season starts traditionally February and can be playing internationals as late as November 

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10 minutes ago, Cardiff_Fox said:

Wilder probably stopped himself getting a job of any note with a bizarre diatribe this afternoon 

I thought he came across, not for the first time, as a complete helmet. "Do-gooders and lefties" ****ing hell. Funny how when Mourinho digs his players out in public it's because he's an arse who's out of touch with the modern game but when plucky Brit Chris Wilder does it it's because he's a good honest bloke who SAYS IT HOW IT IS

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Wilder is cracking up. His press conference today going on about ‘do gooders’ and ‘lefties’ have him looking like a proper dinosaur. Shocked the club put it out to be honest.

 

Edit - sorry just seen others mention it.

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New lot of tv fixtures 

 

Tuesday 2 March

20:00 Man City v Wolves (BT Sport)


Wednesday 3 March

18:00 Burnley v Leicester (Sky Sports)
18:00 Sheff Utd v Aston Villa (BT Sport)
20:15 Crystal Palace v Man Utd (Sky Sports)

 

Thursday 4 March

18:00 Fulham v Spurs (BT Sport)
18:00 West Brom v Everton (Sky Sports)
20:15 Liverpool v Chelsea (Sky Sports)

 

Saturday 6 March

12:30 Burnley v Arsenal (BT Sport)
15:00 Sheff Utd v Southampton (Sky Sports)
17:30 Aston Villa v Wolves (Sky Sports)
20:00 Brighton v Leicester (Sky Sports)

 

Sunday 7 March

12:00 West Brom v Newcastle (Amazon Prime)
14:00 Liverpool v Fulham (Sky Sports)
16:30 Man City v Man Utd (Sky Sports)
19:15 Spurs v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)

 

Monday 8 March

18:00 Chelsea v Everton (BT Sport)
20:00 West Ham v Leeds (Sky Sports)

 

Wednesday 10 March

18:00 Man City v Southampton (Sky Sports)

 

Saturday 13 March

12:30 Leeds v Chelsea (BT Sport)

 

Sunday 14 March

14:00 Everton v Burnley (Sky Sports)
16:30 Arsenal v Spurs (Sky Sports)

 

Monday 15 March

20:00 Wolves v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

 

Friday 19 March

20:00 Fulham v Leeds (Sky Sports)

 

Saturday 20 March

20:00 Brighton v Newcastle (Sky Sports)

 

Sunday 21 March

15:00 West Ham v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
19:30 Aston Villa v Spurs (Sky Sports)

 

 

Confirmation of all of the remaining broadcast arrangements for the month will follow in due course.

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51 minutes ago, Carl the Llama said:

But the football industry as it currently stands is a direct product of laissez-faire economics.  Be it the hyper-inflated transfer market, ticketing policies and matchday concessions, the plethora of TV and streaming subscriptions, absurd replica kit prices, wherever you look in the footballing world the invisible hand is supposedly hard at work.   If football's an apple, rampant neoliberalism's the apple tree that allowed it to grow.

Nonsense, this is what happens when demand far outstrips supply due to over promoted product. Or is that what you were getting at?  :unsure:

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18 minutes ago, jammie82uk said:

New lot of tv fixtures 

 

Tuesday 2 March

20:00 Man City v Wolves (BT Sport)


Wednesday 3 March

18:00 Burnley v Leicester (Sky Sports)
18:00 Sheff Utd v Aston Villa (BT Sport)
20:15 Crystal Palace v Man Utd (Sky Sports)

 

Thursday 4 March

18:00 Fulham v Spurs (BT Sport)
18:00 West Brom v Everton (Sky Sports)
20:15 Liverpool v Chelsea (Sky Sports)

 

Saturday 6 March

12:30 Burnley v Arsenal (BT Sport)
15:00 Sheff Utd v Southampton (Sky Sports)
17:30 Aston Villa v Wolves (Sky Sports)
20:00 Brighton v Leicester (Sky Sports)

 

Sunday 7 March

12:00 West Brom v Newcastle (Amazon Prime)
14:00 Liverpool v Fulham (Sky Sports)
16:30 Man City v Man Utd (Sky Sports)
19:15 Spurs v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)

 

Monday 8 March

18:00 Chelsea v Everton (BT Sport)
20:00 West Ham v Leeds (Sky Sports)

 

Wednesday 10 March

18:00 Man City v Southampton (Sky Sports)

 

Saturday 13 March

12:30 Leeds v Chelsea (BT Sport)

 

Sunday 14 March

14:00 Everton v Burnley (Sky Sports)
16:30 Arsenal v Spurs (Sky Sports)

 

Monday 15 March

20:00 Wolves v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

 

Friday 19 March

20:00 Fulham v Leeds (Sky Sports)

 

Saturday 20 March

20:00 Brighton v Newcastle (Sky Sports)

 

Sunday 21 March

15:00 West Ham v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
19:30 Aston Villa v Spurs (Sky Sports)

Must be confident us qualifying in Europa League then!

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21 minutes ago, jammie82uk said:

New lot of tv fixtures 

 

Tuesday 2 March

20:00 Man City v Wolves (BT Sport)


Wednesday 3 March

18:00 Burnley v Leicester (Sky Sports)
18:00 Sheff Utd v Aston Villa (BT Sport)
20:15 Crystal Palace v Man Utd (Sky Sports)

 

Thursday 4 March

18:00 Fulham v Spurs (BT Sport)
18:00 West Brom v Everton (Sky Sports)
20:15 Liverpool v Chelsea (Sky Sports)

 

Saturday 6 March

12:30 Burnley v Arsenal (BT Sport)
15:00 Sheff Utd v Southampton (Sky Sports)
17:30 Aston Villa v Wolves (Sky Sports)
20:00 Brighton v Leicester (Sky Sports)

 

Sunday 7 March

12:00 West Brom v Newcastle (Amazon Prime)
14:00 Liverpool v Fulham (Sky Sports)
16:30 Man City v Man Utd (Sky Sports)
19:15 Spurs v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)

 

Monday 8 March

18:00 Chelsea v Everton (BT Sport)
20:00 West Ham v Leeds (Sky Sports)

 

Wednesday 10 March

18:00 Man City v Southampton (Sky Sports)

 

Saturday 13 March

12:30 Leeds v Chelsea (BT Sport)

 

Sunday 14 March

14:00 Everton v Burnley (Sky Sports)
16:30 Arsenal v Spurs (Sky Sports)

 

Monday 15 March

20:00 Wolves v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

 

Friday 19 March

20:00 Fulham v Leeds (Sky Sports)

 

Saturday 20 March

20:00 Brighton v Newcastle (Sky Sports)

 

Sunday 21 March

15:00 West Ham v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
19:30 Aston Villa v Spurs (Sky Sports)

What about the Sheff Utd game on the 13th?

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53 minutes ago, SemperEadem said:

Wilder is cracking up. His press conference today going on about ‘do gooders’ and ‘lefties’ have him looking like a proper dinosaur. Shocked the club put it out to be honest.

 

Edit - sorry just seen others mention it.

Christ almighty.

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