Football Salary

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Ahmed AL Muqla.
Footballers Salary
Many people think that footballers are paid too much money for doing too little effort. However, this can be argues because they are people who have dedicated their entire life to this sport and therefore they should be rewarded. But in the end there is lots of people need that money to survive and get some food and clean water. The money which is given to players should be reduced because what they do isn't worth all the money they get. Because the average salary of a professional football player of February 2010 was listed at about $1.8 million year (Mandi R Hall, There are also other people that have worked harder throughout their lives by working and studying. Players perform a sport where they do not save anyone's life unlike doctors who study for 6 consecutive years, work for several hours, and literally save people's lives. But the problem is even doctors they don’t gut that high salary like the average in 2009 for doctors in the US was $226,000/ year ( There are also other careers like police officers who devote their lives to provide a safe community. A single football player receives high amounts of money where half of this amount could be spent on medical supplies, help have a better education, and also help many needy people. Because billing school for example “The Williamstown Public School in Williamstown, Massachusetts is an old school, so they are currently building a new one.  It costs $14.5 million and it will house 650 students maximum. The Williamstown Public School is about three times bigger than Mark's Meadow.  Since our school is about 1/3 smaller, it would cost about 1/3 less money to build. $14.5 million divided by three equals about $4.8 million” ( player's effort is insignificant and worthless compare to the amount of they get. The reasons why they should not be paid as much as they do, are: Children should be in...
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