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Gareth Bale moved to Madrid for a transfer fee of 86.000.000 pounds (which is not totally his, off course). Apart from that he earns 300.000 pounds a week.
So in that context I believe Carter is worth every penny he gets paid.
Despite all of this: do everybody a favour, especially your kids themselves, and pleeaasse don't introduce themto soccer ;-)
2 Days, 43 Minutes ago
That depends on how you look at it; a) he will put bums on seats, merchandise, etc. and b) if any soccer player is deemed to be worth 100 million euro's, DC must be worth at least double that figure.
2 Days, 1 Hour ago
You make it sound harsh but I do agree with you.
5 Days, 19 Hours ago
Your categorization ultimately convinced me (and made me chuckle), although the retaliating violence should preferably be executed by hand or any part of the upper body. Using your feet makes it a bit soccerish.
6 Days, 34 Minutes ago
I didn't even watch the clip, can't stand to watch this kind of footage. Nevertheless I do appreciate RD posting this because it gives our kind of people the opportunity to exchange experiences and wish JdV well.
So to me these kind of videos do serve a good purpose. Although I am never going to watch it myself and I do understand your point of view.
2 Weeks, 2 Days ago
Agree with you there. I also had a feeling that QC lost conciousness for a brief moment.
2 Weeks, 5 Days ago
Don't start that kind of discussion here; this is a site for afficionados of the best game in the universe.
Besides: your point is moot. Every country in the world either has some deep, dark black pages in their history book (as you should know, judging by your screenname) or is writing them at this very moment. No reason at all not to be very proud of your home country when you are Portugese.
3 Weeks, 2 Days ago
Interesting article, thanks. actually, I am not someone to believe anything that can be found on wikipedia. My point is that more than a 100 years ago the entire team seemed to play like backs. And they still do, maybe more so than ever. So in that respect nothing much changed over the last 11 decades, and especially not the inability of the rest of the world to consistently catch up with them.
3 Weeks, 5 Days ago
Wikipedia: 'A representative New Zealand team, since referred to as the Originals, first toured the British Isles in 1905. The emergence of the name All Blacks occurred during this tour when, according to team member Billy Wallace, a London newspaper reported that the New Zealanders played as if they were "all backs". Wallace claimed that because of a typographical error, subsequent references were to "All Blacks".'
So you might say that in more than a century, nothing has changed really. And the funny thing is: the rest of the world still just can't seem to catch up with them.
3 Weeks, 5 Days ago
Nice one for 'What happens next?'
2 Months, 5 Days ago