Date: 30th November 2010 at 10:47am
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Should players take a wage cut? The Football Supporters` Federation (FSF) Survey

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The UK is clawing its way out of a recession, our cousins across the Irish Sea are doing all they can to avoid bankruptcy and millions of us are fearful of redundancy. Things are tight. However, in the world of Premier League football, the party has carried on as normal. Fans pay fortunes to fund the wages of players earning as much as £200,000 per week. This can`t be right, can it?

Or do you think, so what? It`s a free market and players are perfectly entitled to earn as much as they possibly can. After all, it`s a short career which could be over tomorrow and players contribute multi-millions to the Exchequer. In the past players missed out on the profits their talents generated – better they get the money than some fat cat in the boardroom, surely?

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The FSF will let you know the results once they come in.

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5 Replies to “FSF – Should Players Take Pay Cut?”

  • SHOULD BE ON PAY RELATED MONEY DEPENDING ON LEAGUE POSISTION THEN YOU WOULD NOT GET 50 OR 1OO GRAND A WEEK PLAYER AT CLUBS LIKE WESTHAM OR EVEN FULHAM WHERE AS THE PLAYERS AT MANU U AND CHELSEA ARE MORE CONSISTENT

  • SHOULD BE ON PAY RELATED MONEY DEPENDING ON LEAGUE POSISTION THEN YOU WOULD NOT GET 50 OR 1OO GRAND A WEEK PLAYER AT CLUBS LIKE WESTHAM OR EVEN FULHAM WHERE AS THE PLAYERS AT MANU U AND CHELSEA ARE MORE CONSISTENT

  • If you brought in a scheme like that, the big clubs would forever dominate the leagues with their ability to offer players more money.

  • Thank god for jimmy hill because players were slaves, but now its gone mad…in the current economic and financial climate it makes no sense to pay this amount to players. Have a cap system and profits go back to supporting grass roots football

  • i’m not sure… it seems like the smart managers should only offer players what they’re actually worth instead of overpaying, and jeopordizing the stability of the club… but that hasn’t really happened yet, so who knows…

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