Wednesday, 14 January 2009

Open up the cheque-ka-ka book


Must be nice to have no worries about the credit crunch.

£500,000 A WEEK just to kick a football? That's £2 MILLION every month. Minus tax, of course.

And he's not even the best player in the world any more. At least he appears like a nice bloke.

Crazy money. Actually, just crazy.

But here's a thought. Why doesn't Gordon Brown just ask Manchester City to go and spend some of the money in the nearest shopping centre? That way, he might not have to end up bailing out every industry in the country.

ps - not to lower the tone or anything, saying Kaka in Spain might lead to some embarrassment: "caca" is the Spanish word for "poo." True story.

2 comments:

berenike 14 January 2009 at 10:27  

I've wondered ever since learning that "kakos" is (ancient) Greek for bad, whether "kack" is related to it in any way.

Holyrood Patter 14 January 2009 at 14:00  

cant see it happening.
As healthy as his wages with Milan are, he isnt your typical money grabger.

His always going on about his christian faith. And have his wages go to charity, with a fair chunk of the other half going to his family in brazil.

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