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Wednesday, 9 July 2008

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No Credit Crunch In "Thirty Piece Of Silver" Market

A new case of Judasism has appeared in the world of football, much to the delight of the supporters of Turkish side Galatasary. Mr Harry Kewell a former player of Leeds United during their glory days, which now seem so long,long ago, has joined Istanbul based Galatasary from Liverpool football club.

Less pleased are said to be supporters of Leeds United football club. This is mainly due to the fact that two of their supporters were attacked and killed for no reason at all, during disturbances prior to the their last champions league fixture in Istanbul. Actually not so long ago.

Many may feel that this move is disrespectful to those men and I am one of them.

Some experts feel this was not a wise choice,but who is it to tell Harry his business. Who is to decide when an offer is to good to refuse. Alan Smith a lifelong Leeds United fan Joined Rivals Manchester United. Lifelong Real Madrid fan Chritiano Ronaldo plays for Manchester United as does well known Evertonian Wayne Rooney.

To further their careers, for small amounts of money, sportsmen with short careers will grab what they can while they can. Loyalty is as long as the next owner or contract.

Supporters may feel differently, but they are not in it for the money.

Monetary value's have changed and thirty pieces of siver are worth a lot more than they used to be.

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