#7
Didnt watch it, but they arent overpaid. Its basic economic theory; suply and demand. Good footballers are very low in supply, and there is a very high demand for them. Thus, their high earnings.
#8
American Football is a much better place to see players getting bashed. IMO
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#11
Quote by Fanny!
^ Tanglewood thats well funny lol!! Keep it up, your thread are gr8!

hes jealous cos all 3 of his threads got shut

lol @ the guy punching the ref..
i remember when paolo di canio or whatever he was called pushed a ref over.. that was funny
#12
When u said overpaid idiots i thought u ment american politicians
^This post was probably sarcastic

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When u said overpaid idiots i thought u ment american politicians


lol.
#18
Quote by bendystraw
that was futbol not foolball


No, English football was a round a long time before "American football". Technically, yours is 'futbol'.

Next time, think up more creative names for your mundane sports.

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Didnt watch it, but they arent overpaid. Its basic economic theory; suply and demand. Good footballers are very low in supply, and there is a very high demand for them. Thus, their high earnings.


So how do you justify a player who was signed for 30 Million missing a penalty? Remember, this is their job, this is something they practice every single day.

Of course they're over-paid. Grossly over-paid.
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Quote by Smokey Amp
No, English football was a round a long time before "American football". Technically, yours is 'futbol'.

Next time, think up more creative names for your mundane sports.



"futbol" = what americans call "soccer," and no **** it was around a lot longer that american "football."

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So how do you justify a player who was signed for 30 Million missing a penalty? Remember, this is their job, this is something they practice every single day.

Of course they're over-paid. Grossly over-paid.


yea, they are a bit over-paid.. then again, a lot of us are underpaid as well.