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    Quote Originally Posted by Know it View Post
    Yes, they are over paid,
    The proof ends there really without comparisons , but now you mentioned comparisons , how much does a NHS nurse get in salary compared to a footballer ?

    Where is the lawful content in that ?

    When I become a MP , eventually prime minister , I am going to put a stop to this backward standards .

    People will want proper jobs , not ''dream'' jobs , a case of neurological study and the reasons people ''dream'' of stardom instead of real life jobs .

    Depression in the work place isn't something of difficulty to understand .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawfully View Post
    The proof ends there really without comparisons , but now you mentioned comparisons , how much does a NHS nurse get in salary compared to a footballer ?

    Where is the lawful content in that ?

    When I become a MP , eventually prime minister , I am going to put a stop to this backward standards .

    People will want proper jobs , not ''dream'' jobs , a case of neurological study and the reasons people ''dream'' of stardom instead of real life jobs .

    Depression in the work place isn't something of difficulty to understand .
    I presume you will get rid of capitalism, tax everyone until they scream, and thus eventually achieve financial equality. Well Mr Corbyn, how do you find the time to post on these forums ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Know it View Post
    I presume you will get rid of capitalism, tax everyone until they scream, and thus eventually achieve financial equality. Well Mr Corbyn, how do you find the time to post on these forums ?
    I would reform capitalism , create a whole new system , except , it would be done the correct way around .

    In example , footballers would be paid a basic standard salary , the money saved from that would be put into the NHS to pay the nurses more money .

    If you love football and want to play football for a job , all good, but it does not need huge wages , the fans will still turn up .

    Sunday park football is more entertaining and more action ...

    Additionally the difference is so obvious ,

    i.e I get approximately £7 a day in carers allowance for a 35 hr week .

    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.27 Nov 2017

    !flash thought ! Brexit , English football is not English anymore .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawfully View Post
    I would reform capitalism , create a whole new system , except , it would be done the correct way around .

    In example , footballers would be paid a basic standard salary , the money saved from that would be put into the NHS to pay the nurses more money .

    If you love football and want to play football for a job , all good, but it does not need huge wages , the fans will still turn up .

    Sunday park football is more entertaining and more action ...

    Additionally the difference is so obvious ,

    i.e I get approximately £7 a day in carers allowance for a 35 hr week .




    !flash thought ! Brexit , English football is not English anymore .
    You don't think then that all our best players will go to Spain/Italy/France, and we will be left with the one legged players who don't know one end of a football from the other. To be honest, I can't see your idea working.

    I just had a look at the pay scales for NHS nurses 2017/2018. Whilst the band one nurses only earn £15400, the top paid band 9 nurses are on over £100k. I suppose you would give all the £15400 nurses £100k, and this would be funded by football clubs who no longer have any players to pay ?

    Good luck in your new role as Prime Minister
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    Quote Originally Posted by Know it View Post
    You don't think then that all our best players will go to Spain/Italy/France, and we will be left with the one legged players who don't know one end of a football from the other. To be honest, I can't see your idea working.
    That's a misconception in thought . ''Best players'' is subjective , I have seen Sunday league teams score 5 or 6 goals etc . People watch football for the love of the game and to support their own areas . Most of English football has overseas players , people are not really supporting English football as a sport . If they were , they'd be more than happy to watch ''home grown'' players each week . A game of football is a game no matter who is playing it .
    People who ''worship'' these ''best'' players have deluded themselves in thinking , these ''best players'' won't even know ''your'' name let alone anything else .

    £1000 a week should be enough for any footballer , it is hardly rocket science and to be blunt , the job does not deserve anymore .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawfully View Post
    The proof ends there really without comparisons , but now you mentioned comparisons , how much does a NHS nurse get in salary compared to a footballer ?

    Where is the lawful content in that ?

    When I become a MP , eventually prime minister , I am going to put a stop to this backward standards .

    People will want proper jobs , not ''dream'' jobs , a case of neurological study and the reasons people ''dream'' of stardom instead of real life jobs .

    Depression in the work place isn't something of difficulty to understand .
    Market forces v the Left’s desire to drive everyone down to the lowest common denominator — although that could be largely fuelled by jealousy.
    Seems we’re more prepared to pay millions for star footballers, than to support NHS personnel...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawfully View Post
    That's a misconception in thought . ''Best players'' is subjective , I have seen Sunday league teams score 5 or 6 goals etc . People watch football for the love of the game and to support their own areas . Most of English football has overseas players , people are not really supporting English football as a sport . If they were , they'd be more than happy to watch ''home grown'' players each week . A game of football is a game no matter who is playing it .
    People who ''worship'' these ''best'' players have deluded themselves in thinking , these ''best players'' won't even know ''your'' name let alone anything else .

    £1000 a week should be enough for any footballer , it is hardly rocket science and to be blunt , the job does not deserve anymore .
    well yes, but what do they do when they burn out.

    that's not to say they deserve £100,000 a week, but maybe £1,000 in the wallet and a further £2,000 put in a pension fund ...
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    Lord Clyde: "Ayrshire Pullman Motor Services V Inland Revenue, 1929"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Know it View Post
    Yep. Watching Dion Dublin on the BBC news this morning telling us all how bad it is that there aren't more black managers. Does he honestly believe that there is chairman of any football club in this country who won't employ a manager because of his colour? Managers are appointed on their experience and there previous success. Getting a foot in any door is very hard because there are far more people with coaching badges than there are jobs. I hate chips on shoulders, I really do !!
    Are there many black candidates who have done the coaching? It is often pointed out that the number of black players is not reflected in the same proportion at the managerial level. Rather than just bleating on about how unfair it is, the proper question seems not to be asked, which is how many are trying to get into managing. And then this brings up the good old Rooney Rule, which seems a bit pathetic really as well as accusing white people of being racist.

    But, if you don't want to employ a certain person because you don't really like the look of them, whether it be a black, white, brown, yellow, woman, man, gay, straight, old, young, someone with bad teeth, bad breath, fat, thin, etc etc why can't you? We do it anyway, but why not blatantly?Why do you have to accept/like others for what they are, without being called a bigoted -ist of some sort? I wouldn't employ a vegan. Does that make me a bigot? I also wouldn't employ a transgender person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boggart View Post
    Are there many black candidates who have done the coaching? It is often pointed out that the number of black players is not reflected in the same proportion at the managerial level. Rather than just bleating on about how unfair it is, the proper question seems not to be asked, which is how many are trying to get into managing. And then this brings up the good old Rooney Rule, which seems a bit pathetic really as well as accusing white people of being racist.

    But, if you don't want to employ a certain person because you don't really like the look of them, whether it be a black, white, brown, yellow, woman, man, gay, straight, old, young, someone with bad teeth, bad breath, fat, thin, etc etc why can't you? We do it anyway, but why not blatantly?Why do you have to accept/like others for what they are, without being called a bigoted -ist of some sort? I wouldn't employ a vegan. Does that make me a bigot? I also wouldn't employ a transgender person.
    Excellent points. Indeed, it should be your choice who you employ, and you should NOT have to hide it. That said, I honestly don't believe that their is a professional chairman who would not employ a black person at any level, purely because they are black.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawfully View Post
    That's a misconception in thought . ''Best players'' is subjective , I have seen Sunday league teams score 5 or 6 goals etc . People watch football for the love of the game and to support their own areas . Most of English football has overseas players , people are not really supporting English football as a sport . If they were , they'd be more than happy to watch ''home grown'' players each week . A game of football is a game no matter who is playing it .
    People who ''worship'' these ''best'' players have deluded themselves in thinking , these ''best players'' won't even know ''your'' name let alone anything else .

    £1000 a week should be enough for any footballer , it is hardly rocket science and to be blunt , the job does not deserve anymore .
    Look, I have been going to Spurs since 1971, had a season ticket for many many years, been to almost every prem away ground in the country, and am shortly going to Barcelona, which will be my 9th foreign away trip to see my team. I therefore think I know a bit about football, and how supporters think. Yes, we would all love to have purely British players, in fact, how nice would it be if they all came from the town in question. What's more. it would be great if they all earned sensible wages, and in turn ticket prices became reasonable. I have the choice to go and watch non league football, at a far lesser price. Unfortunately, when you are used to champagne and caviar, you don't want stale crisps and lemonade. When you are used to attending stadiums of 30/40/50/60000, attending a stadium with a capacity of 500 feel s a little flat to say the least. If you enjoy what you are doing, I take my hat off to, but it's not for me, even if the top players are earning totally unreasonable wages.
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