Discussion in 'General Board' started by websaway, Jan 24, 2013.
Even the ball boy now feigns injury.
lol Looking at the footage I think the whole incident is being blown out of all proportion. Having said that I think footballers are MASSIVELY overpaid.
17 is hardly a boy.
Some spoilt brat whos director dad probably instilled in him that he'd be playing his part by wasting time if he could.
That excited he even tweeted about it before hand.
Looked bad but the footballer looked to me as if he just kicked the ball out from under the person.
The director should be charged with cheating getting his son to work in that game with those intentions.
It seems like they way society is set up, the ability to distract the masses is more important than anything else.
That is the only logical conclusion when looking at how much musicians, footballers, entertainers etc are paid compared to say doctors, nurses, fireman, policeman.
It's a shame.
Exactly. People perfectly happy spending £x,xxx a year standing at football stadium with 70,000 others to watch a football match, but grumbles a plenty when the time of tax comes to pay for emergency services.
Saying these are overpaid is silly. They are all paid what they are worth - who determines what footballers are worth? The people spending £x,xxx a year to watch them whilst complaining about how much footballers are paid.
'Saying these are overpaid is silly.'
Having an opinion is never silly - it's natural.
The most interesting thing about this story for me is this is the son of a millionaire apparently due to inherit £40million upon his parents passing.
From there I'd assume he had the most expensive education and upbringing money could buy.
All that effort has led to a young lad who's powers of reasoning have led him to tweet his intention to time waste then actually do it whilst simultaneously feigning injury to bring more attention to himself and thus guaranteeing the entire situation would be analysed by press and public to CIA levels.
I wouldn't have kicked him, I would have stamped on his head, what an awkward little t##t
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