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Scholes is only on £60k a week and he doesnt have an agent, if only more footballers were like him
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I hear Clarke Carlisle's campaigning for a salary cap. The top clubs will never allow it but it should happen.
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Scholes is only on £60k a week and he doesnt have an agent, if only more footballers were like him
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I hear Clarke Carlisle's campaigning for a salary cap. The top clubs will never allow it but it should happen.
United are all for it apparently.

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post #3759 of 8216 (permalink) Old 09-17-2012, 01:42 PM
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United are all for it apparently.
Should happen so most players and pretty much all agents won't hold clubs to ransom.

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i remember reading an article describing why a salary cap would make the divide between the big and small clubs even bigger than it is now. can't find it right now but it was quite well written. ugh can't find it.

personally i think salary caps in sports are a good idea, but only if they're executed properly and early. it's too far gone for the premier league.

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