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dlan4327 said:
Adebayor and his agent are reportedly trying to exploit the current state of crisis at

the club by demanding a wage increase. The Togolese international, currently taking

home £35,000 a week, is said to have demanded a raise to £80,000 a week, which I

believe would give him wage parity with a certain Francesc Fabregas.

For those unfamiliar Fabregas is a young Spanish entrepreneur who is currently

starting a brand new web site,

When he's not online he usually busy filming TV spots either for his sponsors Nike or

for his brand new TV Show, THE CESC FÀBREGAS SHOW, A live 1 hour take on

football news and events premiering on Sky Sports 1, May 19th.

In his spare time between filming commitments for Nike & Sky Cesc like to pretend

to play football for his small local club. Based in London Cesc found the lack of

Spanish companionship daunting but knew he was onto something when he

found this cute little pretend club known locally as Le Arse Nail. Consisting almost

entirely of French Ex Patriots. Fabregas confessed his delight at finding such a closely

knit contingent of fereign players packed into one club. "It was quite

amazing, like they didn't even realise they were in England, everything was French".

He later found a similar setup in Liverpool which was all Spanish however he declined

a move as this rival sunday club was sponsored by Adidas which would have

put his television and movie ambitions in jeopardy.

P.S. Just to be clear for those who are having trouble separating the

sarcasm from the facts here they are. Adebayor is threatening to walk if he doesn't

get £80,000. Cesc really does have a TV Show and a new Website and earns

£80,000 a week. What happened to football? Why can't footballer just play ball like

they used to? Welcome to the weird and wacky world of modern football

Where's the link to all of this regarding adebayor :)
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