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£100 Million Bid For Kaka: Does This Make Football And Business Sense?

I doubt it does, together with the astronomical weekly pay packet of around £500,000 reportedly on offer!

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e no make any gooooooooooooooooooooood sense

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It doesn't make any sense at all. Man city needs to go and sit down jare. They are trying to reach beyond their means. they need to focus on buying good players for now and then worry about world class players later.

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Kaka has earned the respect of nearly everyone. He has gone up 2-3 notches up the respect ladder and  some statements that you cannot help but respect. You can very well conclude that he has faith in God.

http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/20012009/58/serie-kaka-explains-city-snub.html

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bellamy, £14

bridge, $10

robinho, £32

Jo, £19

Kaka, priceless

there are some things money cant buy

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Football is and has always been a team sport.

For a team like Man City to offer over 100milion for 1 player show they are doing something other than football business.

They want attention and Kaka is big enough to provide it.

There is nothing wrong with just bidding say a billion of any currency for anything including a used pair of boots

but there is a lot wrong with bidding that amount for just one football player who is a human being.

This is not good for football. It wont be good for the team. It would put that player on a difficult path, perform and deserve the tag.

Football is being challenged, football is a team game, coaches, medical people, ball boys, players and administrators all play a role

Deciding to sign just one player for the amount in quote here suggests, it has become Golf or boxing, in other words, the coach,

other members of the squad are all not going to have to do anything else cause this superhuman Kaka is coming.

Rebuild City of Manchester Stadium to say 80,000 and they'll make the money back in 3 seasons but what about the risks. Kaka could

flop in the EPL, get a life threatening injury, be hated by team mates, etc.

Hughes should realise that football is a team game where coaches choose players from a pool, choose a style and approach, practice it

and perfect it. They become a team with time and win titles. With additional boosts from other teams they are strengthened but what Hughes

and City are about to do is assemble a squad and expect immediate results. It works sometimes but flops most of the time.

My verdict: It is profitable from a business point of view despite the risks. It is bad from a football point of view, it emphasizes 1 player above

a football team of 11 players and a renowned football coach said "no player is bigger than any team"

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For 107 milla i call it a proper case of Money Miss road! can Kaka run on top of water or walk on thin air? what has he played since winning FIFA Player of the Year? If i where Galliani or Berlusconi i would fly him on a private jet to Manchester to complete his medicals and join them.Kaka has done his bit for Milan i don't think he can do much else

Milan can buy another UCL winning squad with this money

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Are you serious brash, This guy has won everything there is to win in Euro football why cant he go and make the money cool cash.

Let a club from Fiji offer 80million for CR7 and see how the deal would be done sharp sharp.

Have u forgotten Beckham to LA Galaxy for 500,000 a week? Or Am I mistaken?

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Brash are you normal? we are talking about money here. For that Amount Ronaldinho, CR7 would play in Fiji.

The guy Kaka has won all there is to be won in football so why cant he make some cool cash.

Did I hear someone say 500,000 per week? come on!!!

Grab the dough boy

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I think this just sums up Mark hughes. A poor coach who thinks he can just spend his way to football eldorado. If Man City doesnt get a good coach ASAP they will end up with a hopeless team of primadonas. If Wenger had Robinho, Elano, Ireland, Kompany in his team we'd be second place by now.

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If he ends up at Manchester City, then i think he needs to have his brain checked properly!

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Despite Kaka's insistence he want to stay in Milan, and i read negotiations are still taking place so the amount is likely to increase. Na dem sabi o!

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