The precedent it sets is pro footballers have to be responsible, which considering the amounts of money they make, is fair enough.They just as well might have fined him the whole 22million euros Abramovich paid for him, what the hell ... ???
This is a Horrible precedent ... let's say you get drunk with your friends and break your [email protected] foot and can't play anymore, are you liable for the whole unrealistic amount a billionaire with too much money paid for you?
9.6million euros, are you ****ing kidding? And THEY fired him? Was he unable to play after the 7 months? WTF? He played like a champion for the NT and like a soldier for Juve after that. Couldn't they just sell him?
You are idiot or what?Well we'll see how his challenge goes. Have to say I find anyone defending him pretty funny though.
Maybe.You are idiot or what?
He's a pro footballer, who's supposed to be an asset who took coke while under contract. Proved them wrong about what? I'm sure they thought he could become decent again, but he broke the terms of his contract. It's his own stupid fault. Are you sure you're not defending him out of nationalistic bias? I don't think Ferdinand is anything other than a moron for missing that drug test and I wouldn't defend Rooney for shagging prostitues old enough to be his grandma.Of course we defend him here because there is no way he´ll pay all that money ok? He was kicked out of Chelsea like if he was useless for football or a drogadict and he proved them wrong. They could keep him in the squad during his suspension without paying him his salary and use him again after that like a normal player, or not? They maybe thought his career was over and he proved them wrong. There was no reason to think that really.
English top level footballers aren't alcoholics, though. Ones that were would be punished. Depends on the player and their place in the club. Merson and Adams got looked after by Arsenal and got support for their problems. Gazza got fired when he turned up to work pissed.Now you come here with your "I´m always right" attitude saying that it´s funny to find people defending him (which it´s even funnier cause many many people defend him). What should the English teams do with all the alcoholic players of their league? Because if English players are famous for something is for that.
I'm not saying he's an irresponsible player, I'm saying he did an irresponsible thing, which he himself has admitted. When you do that, you have to face the consequences. If I do something and get caught, I expect to face them too. Thems the risks.But instead of that you keep treating Mutu like a criminal...Since the suspension the only thing this guy did was playing football and try to clean his name; during these 3 years his attitude was exemplar, he served his 7 months ban without complaining, he admitted his mistake...and you come here saying he´s an irresponsible player when you know nothing about him.
Not even the players that get positive to improve performances get a fine of 12 M euros. Mutu won´t pay that money.
You typed out a longish reply because you don't give a shit?Now you can start to say that Mutu bla bla bla bla bla...I don´t give a shit.
It was obviously the date the hearing was set for, probably set a long time ago.On the other hand, I don´t know what FIFA people are thinking to announce this at this moment, just before the euros and when Romania is preparing for 3 very difficult games.
A pity England is not quality enough to be there just to kick their asses as we usually do...