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Are All Chelsea Players Stingy? Or The Bridge Is A Stingy Place?

Not one player at Chelsea, one of the richest football clubs in the world, agreed to contribute any of their wages to the May Day For Nurses campaign, where footballers are asked to give a day's wages to hard-up Nurses. Of all the 556 Premiership players asked to help with the scheme, only 225 contributed. (News of the World)

UPON ALL THE HUGE WAGES, THEY CANT PART WITH A DAY'S WAGES? I DONT BLAME THE AFRICANS THERE COS THEY PROBABLY WERE THINKING ABOUT HOW MUCH IT WILL COST IF CONVERTED TO THIER HOME COUNTRY'S CURRENCY. MIKEL WAS THINKING OF HOW MUCH IT WILL BE IN NAIRA.

IS LAMPARD STINGY TOO? NA WAH OH

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I HOPE U AINT REFERING  TO ME WITH THAT STATEMENT, OR ESLE,

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@Author

I see you live in a well to do but you don't live in UK.

By UK standard, £19k is not a poor pay a year.

That amount is just for Grade E nurses (if i am not wrong).

1) How much do Reo-Coker contribute being one of the main backers?

At the time the contribution was made, season was at the peak at least for United and Chelsea.

Nobody has that time.

Henry and Neville could rememember because they are at home via Injury.

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WHERE I LIVE? i live in a cool place full of the well to do.

how much is 19k a year; please calculate or consult the news of the world and ask them wher they got the story from

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@LondonCool

Wait, let me sort him out

@Author

1) Where do you live?

2) With that £19,000 a year,Whats the net payment(take-home) of that amount a month?

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@topeorekoy, Since You were born, have you given a beggar on the street one naira? And you want to tell footballers how to spend their hard earn money.

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The campaign IS to help poorly paid nurses if they get into financial trouble.

A basic grade nurse earns just £19k a year. They respect nurses there a lot and still dont know why the nurses get that small amount of money.

fine only 3 gunners contribute, 2 united, 12 liverpool players, all watford squad, all reading and fulham squad and westham.

Chelski, despite earning a whopping £114 million in wages last season, not a SINGLE player parted with just a day's mega pay. it is so sad.

anyway like i av said, it is thier cash and they can do anything with it

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You've not answered my question.

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FOR HENRY to contribute. does it mean he doesnt have a charity or NGO he contributes to? i feel ehrn ur service to humanity is needed, u shld answer the call.

henry, thank u jare. u didnt let us down.

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What is the essence of this particular Nurses stuff before i respond to you?

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KaKa gives 10% of his wages as tithes to a certain roman-catholic church somewhere in Brazil ! he was involved an auto accident & it was thot that he'd never play football again but according to him, he said if God ever allowed him to play football again he'd do the above & also give his life to Christ & that's why he always spots the "I belong to Christ" on his tee-shirt under his jerseys !

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lol

Of course dey r stingy.

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i wanted to ignore this thread but viewing it, it didn't surpass ma expectations. what d c is ur biz with how they spend their money? no be their job? fyi drogba as well as zidane r un ambassadors

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I think its better to call the thread Stingy Premiership stars. Not necessarily Chelsea bl bla bla.

If i am not wrong, Reo-coker is one of the initiator of the program.

Why is it difficult for you to paste the link here?

The summary goes thus:

##In United, only Neville and Giggs contributed. Whereas £30m Ferdinand and £27m Rooney contributes nothing.

## In Arsenal, Henry and 2 other Gunners contributed.

To me, i think its just oversight rather than stingyness, neraly all footballers are involved in one Charity or the other.

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If this is true then they re a bunch of Stingy assholes

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