The Income Divide in Football

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It highlights the wide income gap in football when you read that a guy called Cuvallier, who has just signed for Morecambe, has been delivering pizza since Walsall gave him a free last summer. A bit different in the Premier League and it’s ridiculous wages.
 
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when sky 1st came out I watched every game possible now I can't remember the last time I watched a full game on tv when you see players on £500,000 (half a million) per week it,s crazy then sky show Watford v Fulham and brag about it being the best league in the world Tranmere with the grandkids does me now
 
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It highlights the wide income gap in football when you read that a guy called Cuvallier, who has just signed for Morecambe, has been delivering pizza since Walsall gave him a free last summer. A bit different in the Premier League and it’s ridiculous wages.
Good on him. Riding his bike has kept him fit and he obviously hasn't been eating a lot of pizza. ;)
 
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Ha Ha! True BBTC. I imagine we get some TV money but not remotely as much as the PL obviously. This clearly fuels the nonsense.
 
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If the match had been away, I think it might have been live, but the TV people won't touch it as they will reckon it's as near a home banker as you could get. Hope they are right.
 
29 Jul 2009
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We had no chance of being on TV with it at home, there would've been a chance if we were away
 

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I’d settle for relatively easy games without tv money if we make the third round and the chance of a televised tie. Probably still get Peterborough though...
 

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Yeah Oxford City dumped Colchester out of the cup so cant be complacent!