Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Jonas Manuel Gutierrez has undergone chemotherapy

Jonas Manuel Gutierrez is an Argentine footballer who plays for English club Newcastle United and the Argentina national team as a winger. As per news posted my Mirror he is suffering from testicular cancer and was undergoing chemotherapy. The 31-year-old had gone for an operation in Argentina to remove his left testicle after the discovery of a tumor.

Jonas Manuel Gutierrez
Gutierrez was on loan at Norwich last season, has scored 10 goals in 177 league appearances for the Magpies. The 31-year-old winger revealed his illness during an television interview in Argentina on Tuesday. He told TyC sports ,”I detected a tumour in a testicle. When I confirmed the cancer, I went home crying. I came here and I assumed the costs despite having a contract with Newcastle. Money is not important. What is important is health. I had to start chemotherapy."

His fans all around the world supported him with their love on twitter. His Team mate Adam Campbell and Former team-mate Joey Barton also wooed him on twitter.


 

Nicolas Anelka has joined Indian Super League club Mumbai City FC


The former France international striker Nicolas Anelka has declared that he has joined Indian Super League club Mumbai City FC.

According to the Guardian, 35-year-old was without a club since leaving West Brom following his ban for using the quenelle gesture (which is deemed to have anti-Semitic sentiments) against West Ham in a Premier League clash.

Nicolas Anelka has played for Europe's top clubs during his entire career, such as Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Juventus, Liverpool and Real Madrid among others.

Nicolas Anelka

Anelka posted on his twitter account, "I'm pleased to join Mumbai City FC & very exciting in joining Indian Super League. Talented international players and top Indian talent will make matches thrilling affairs. I look forward to using my ability to do well for my team in the matches we play.”

Team owner Ranbir Kapoor said on the signing of Anelka that, “We are delighted to announce the signing of Nicolas Anelka and thrilled that a player with a stunning pedigree such as his is part of our team. His abilities and experience are known the world over and I am certain his presence will give us the firepower required upfront. We welcome him to the Mumbai City FC squad.”

The inaugural season of the Indian Super League(ISL) kick-starts in October 2014.


Monday, September 15, 2014

2014-15 the story of the Premiership season - so far!

Over £835 million was spent on transfers this summer, making every Guinness world record book obsolete. (Don't even bother trying to get a refund. It's a waste of time) The most eye-catching transfer was Angel Di Maria's move to Manchester United for what some economists have described as "quite a lot of money", or in layman's terms "£59.7 million." The Argentine is rumoured to be on around £200,000 per week, which raises the age old question:


Do footballers earn too much money?

Wages: £200,000 per week.

Tax: £89,733.21 per week

National Insurance: £4,062.14 per week

Rent: With house prices continually rising, it is very difficult for young people to get on the property ladder. Most footballers are young men in their 20s, and so, they are forced to rent. - £171 per week (Even more in London)

Utilities: Gas, electric, water etc. - £50 per week

Food: Breakfast, dinner, snacks. (Lunch will usually be provided for free at the training ground) - £40 per week

Video Streaming Services: Bling culture is an integral part of football. Many players will subscribe to both Netflix AND Amazon Prime as a way to brag about their status as wealthy young men. - £2.76 per week

Dating: Socialising romantically is an important part of life. All footballers have Orange (EE) phones, which means they are able to utilise their Orange Wednesday code. As it is currently the 21st century, one person should pay for the cinema and the other will pay for the pizza. As a gesture of goodwill, the footballer will usually offer to pay for the most expensive one. - £10
10,000 barrels of crude oil: Oil is a valuable resource. - £620,000

Total:  £-512071.11

Conclusion: Footballers are not paid enough. Even the highest earners are losing over £500,000 a week. Read the full article at 888Sport here.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Manchester united Ready to pay Cristiano Ronaldo over £300,000-a-week

Manchester is making repeated effort to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to old Trafford. Cristiano Ronaldo in the recent past said that he want to play for Manchester united again before his career ends. After that post Manchester brought all its effort to sign the Portugal international and want its knack back on Old Trafford ground.

In recent news posted by Metro confirms that Manchester United is ready to pay Cristiano Ronaldo over £300,000-a-week if he agrees to return to the club from Real Madrid in January.

Ronaldo currently earns £290,000-a-week at Madrid but United have made it clear they’ll beat that easily by going beyond the £300,000 mark to bring him back.
Cristiano Ronaldo

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