£30k I think. Never blamed him for taking it. Blamed the club for thinking loaning him out was a good idea. Only just about made our money back after he had a decent season and was in form for Ghana. Criminal we didn’t at least make a profit.Didn't his salary escalate from £50k a week before UK tax to £250k a week untaxed. No-brainer move
People forget, he donated a large amount of it to a local charity. What a greedy fool.Class player. Proper twat for not turning down such huge amounts to stay at a club who were happy to shift him and of which he had no affiliation.
They wanted rid. He was being a bad influence and came back that season looking like he didn't give 2 fucks and unfit. Quinny asked about to gauge reaction if he let him go and they said they wouldn't give 2 fucks with the state he was in at the time and playing like shite. So he let him go.No affiliation? How many players have an affiliation when signing for a new club? We offered him the best terms available at the time(3 year contract ) which is why he signed for us, the minute someone offered more he was gone (after 1 year of the 3 years) which makes him a greedy twat in my eyes. I'm sure the club would have been happy for him to stay
Didnt he promise the Foundation a shit load of cash and then never donate?People forget, he donated a large amount of it to a local charity. What a greedy fool.
That might be your way of thinking but I’d rather have a career in the premier league earning 100k a week than tossing it off in Dubai for 200k.Probably, but it’s a no brainer doubling ya money for a fraction of the effort. Some people can’t see anything without red and white glasses on.