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lee89
10-07-2010, 21:14
I have, at various times been asked by my players when leaving that they want me to pay some of their wages even though they will be at another club, thats fine with me but my question is. Why doesnt't it work the other way round?

Cougar2010
10-07-2010, 21:16
I have, at various times been asked by my players when leaving that they want me to pay some of their wages even though they will be at another club, thats fine with me but my question is. Why doesnt't it work the other way round?

How do you know it doesn't happen the other way round?

Have you never signed a player where he has asked for a much lower wage?

Ernest166
10-07-2010, 21:17
You want the player to pay you ?

lee89
10-07-2010, 21:21
no what im saying is, i have never bought a player where i don't have the wage boundary to pay for them so they get some of their wages paid by the previous club.

NepentheZ
10-07-2010, 21:21
If the player signing for you comes, you may not know if he's asked the other club to pay some of his wages.

lee89
10-07-2010, 21:23
True, but you would have thought it would have appeared somewhere in the inbox. eg X player has signed for Y amount, Z amount of his wages will continue to be paid by previous club until contract expiry.

Robin_ellis_19
10-07-2010, 21:24
If the player signing for you comes, you may not know if he's asked the other club to pay some of his wages.

If your on the contract and you fall 5 or 10k short of what he is asking for, yet he still accepts the contract. This is when the previous club may be helping you :)

Neji
10-07-2010, 21:34
It does happen both ways. It's stuck at the bottom of the news item which tells you he's transferred to you.

NepentheZ
10-07-2010, 21:36
There we go. Case closed :D

dustygator
11-07-2010, 14:56
I've seen them ask for their wages to be payed by their former club but they never agree. The one time I remember it happening, the player's current club was Sevilla and I think I was Birmingham.

acmilano112000
12-07-2010, 05:26
OK, then a further question on the topic:

If you reject to pay a part of their new contract, will they ever accept the transfer anyhow?

I was paying Robbie Keane 60k a week and he wanted me to pay 40k a week of his new contract for 4 years! I told him to go to his room.

acmilano112000
12-07-2010, 05:26
OK, then a further question on the topic:

If you reject to pay a part of their new contract, will they ever accept the transfer anyhow?

I was paying Robbie Keane 60k a week and he wanted me to pay 40k a week of his new contract for 4 years! I told him to go to his room.

sebbie
12-07-2010, 10:14
No they normally don't accept the transfer. I never accept this request from a player, as refuse to pay a players wages i can't pick for me my team. Only players i pay wages for are ones i loan out and then always make sure i have recall clause in it.