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Can you get rich playing association football?

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2015-07-16 18:58:36
2015-07-16 18:58:36

VERY... EPL the salaries are going through the roof, Multi Billionaire owners. Ronaldo has new contract for $250,000 per week salary.. so that's $13 million per year just from Manchester United. Then add on the many endorsements he is on from Nike and various other deals.

Formula 1 is the wealthiest sport in the world, EPL Football is fast catching up as is La Liga in Spain, Serie A in Italy. ALSO.. a Football players career average is 10 years in top division...AND they can transfer from one countries league to another, for example from the EPL to the Bundesliga in Germany. Contrast this with Gridiron as in NFL the average career length is 3 years, plus they have nowhere else to play as all Gridiron leagues folded (NFL Europe for example)

It depends on how good you are. Most likely you get rich by endorsments such as Nike or Gatorade.

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