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Daniel Storey
According to UEFA report, Tottenham wage bill is €148m. So you could double the wages of every single Tottenham player, they could sign seven new players on £100,000 a week, and they would *still* have a lower wage bill than Manchester City. That's why Pochettino gets praised.
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James Lewis 30 Jan 19
Replying to @danielstorey85
Out of curiosity, why use as a comparator when have a higher wage bill?
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Daniel Storey 30 Jan 19
Replying to @JamesLewis1988
According to latest UEFA report, City's is higher
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MCFC McKenna 30 Jan 19
Replying to @danielstorey85
Why Use City as an example when he have a lower wage bill than 6th place United?
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L-I-AM 31 Jan 19
Because it sells papers. Like spurs and arsenal having half empty stadiums this week but because it’s not nothing is said about it.
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Carl 30 Jan 19
Replying to @danielstorey85
The low wage bill award 👏
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Daniel Storey 30 Jan 19
Replying to @CarlWarbs_MUFC
God that's funny
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Daniel Storey 30 Jan 19
Every team in the league has a significant bonus system. Even if your explanation was valid, it hardly covers the €180m.
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Danny C 30 Jan 19
Replying to @danielstorey85
Wenger at his worst won 3 FA Cups in 4 years. Pochettino with the best striker in the league, two of the best midfielders, Belgium's two starting CBs, France's world cup winning GK, England's starting RB still get lauded for winning nothing and has an army of excuse makers.
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