the flying pig wrote:strikes me as odd, that. I suppose if I were him looking at clubs I'd be thinking about the best combination of contract length and, er, girth, standard of football, guarantee of first team spot, culture and language, etc, would a move like that really tick all that many boxes, seems a bit random to me?
the flying pig wrote:and with all due respect, if you're Al-Ahli, is Alioski really the marquee signing you'd want to push the boat out financially for?
Mustafaster wrote:Many, many moons ago I was head of languages at a Spanish military college, got contacted by a recruitment company to go work for the Saudi Air Force.
The number of high-end English teachers with international military experience is pretty small.
They offered an eye-watering sum in exchange for3 years of hell.
It was very hard to say no and at times I wonder what my life would have been like ...
Did enable me to squeeze a few more pesetas out of the colonel, though.
Can't blame Alioski for taking that. Sets him up for life.
Also I think he's from a Muslim background (could be wrong) so might not be such a culture shock for him.
Defending champions Brazil were held to a goalless draw by Ivory Coast in Group D, after Aston Villa midfielder Douglas Luiz was sent off for a trip on former Leeds winger Max Gradel on just 13 minutes.
striker Chris Wood was on target in New Zealand's 3-2 loss to Honduras
Eddies Boots wrote:Olympics football - for youngsters?Defending champions Brazil were held to a goalless draw by Ivory Coast in Group D, after Aston Villa midfielder Douglas Luiz was sent off for a trip on former Leeds winger Max Gradel on just 13 minutes.striker Chris Wood was on target in New Zealand's 3-2 loss to Honduras
Tommy wrote:Christ they're in trouble. Can't see a quick return for them.
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