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  1. #4326
    Nigel Clough
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    Default Re: Britt Curtis Assombalonga

    Or they just won’t pay their players like most Turkish teams do


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    Wally Ardron
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    Default Re: Britt Curtis Assombalonga

    Serious question-where do Turkish teams get their money from?. I would have thought the metrics are worse than the championship, or am I wrong?


  4. #4328
    Nigel Clough
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    Default Britt Curtis Assombalonga

    Quote Originally Posted by cheapseats View Post
    Serious question-where do Turkish teams get their money from?. I would have thought the metrics are worse than the championship, or am I wrong?
    Sponsors I think. Britt’s new team are about to sign Balotelli, with the sponsor picking up half his salary.


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  5. #4329
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    Default Re: Britt Curtis Assombalonga

    Quote Originally Posted by cheapseats View Post
    Serious question-where do Turkish teams get their money from?. I would have thought the metrics are worse than the championship, or am I wrong?
    Mega-rich companies and businessmen, many of them with high-end political connections.

    But Turkish football is not what it used to be, given the collapse of the Turkish lira and economy. Most of the big clubs have enormous debts. The club that signed Assombalonga is a newcomer, therefore hasn't had the time to make debts.


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    Viv Anderson
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    Default Re: Britt Curtis Assombalonga

    Don't forget also Turkey is a massive country, it has a bigger population than any European country and the clubs are well supported there.


  7. #4331
    Ian Storey-Moore
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    Default Re: Britt Curtis Assombalonga

    Quote Originally Posted by GreeksBearingGifts View Post
    Mega-rich companies and businessmen, many of them with high-end political connections.

    But Turkish football is not what it used to be, given the collapse of the Turkish lira and economy. Most of the big clubs have enormous debts. The club that signed Assombalonga is a newcomer, therefore hasn't had the time to make debts.
    They just signed Balotelli as well.


 

 

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