Top 20 earners on the money list ......

Walks

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I knew I should've spent more time out on the training pitch .......

1. David Beckham (Man Utd) - £10.5m

2. Zinedine Zidane (Real Madrid) - £9.85m

3. Ronaldo (Real Madrid) - £8.24m

4. Rio Ferdinand (Man Utd) - £6.77m

5. Alessandro Del Piero (Juventus) - £6.72m

6. Hidetoshi Nakata (Parma) - £6.59m

7. Raul (Real Madrid) - £6.55m

8. Christian Vieri (Inter Milan) - £6.53m

9. Michael Owen (Liverpool) - £6.26m

10. Roy Keane (Manchester United) - £6.09m

11. Luis Figo (Real Madrid) - £6.05m

12. Gabriel Batistuta (Inter Milan) - £6.05m

13. Sol Campbell (Arsenal) - £5.7m

14. Oliver Kahn (Bayern Munich) - £5.38m

15. Alvaro Recoba (Inter Milan) - £5.35m

16. Francesco Totti (AS Roma) - £5.14m

17. Rivaldo (AC Milan) - £5.07m

18. Thierry Henry (Arsenal) - £4.36m

19. Fabio Cannavaro (Inter Milan) - £4.28m

20. Paolo Maldini (AC Milan) - £4.22m
 

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Cnuts the both of you .......

If Dutchie could somehow pry his eyes away from the Umbro logo on the ball, he'd have some sort of a clue that there are 10 other teammates around him. Greedy prat ......

Walks refuses to make 30 yard runs for the helluv' it.

Dutchie you cnut, it's your round ........ :D.
 

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He can now buy a 550 sq ft. apartment in Vancouver...

Report: Adu, Nike agree to $1M deal

Associated Press

WASHINGTON -- Thirteen-year-old soccer prodigy Freddy Adu agreed to a $1 million contract with Nike, The Washington Post reported Monday.

Adu, already an offensive star on the U.S. under-17 national team, also has agreed to be represented by SportsNet, LLC.

Arnold Tarzay, a lawyer and family adviser, did not confirm the amount of the deal to the Post, which cited sources for the worth of the multiyear contract. The paper said Adu is not likely to sign a pro contract for at least a year.

Celeste Alleyne, a spokeswoman for Beaverton-based Nike, did not comment to The Associated Press. A call to a representative of the U.S. under-17 team was not immediately returned.

The agreement comes less than a week after Nike signed high school phenom LeBron James, the expected No. 1 pick in the NBA draft, to an endorsement contract worth more than $90 million.

Adu would become ineligible for NCAA soccer with this deal, but he does not plan to play in college.

A native of Ghana, Adu came to the United States when he was 8 and has been training with the national team in Bradenton, Fla. He became a citizen in February.

Adu played for the under-17 team that lost to Mexico 2-1 in Lancaster, Calif., on Sunday.


Where was Nike when you were considered a prodigy, Captain?

Buckfast
 

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