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What is the gross monthly income of a pro soccer player?

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2009-05-05 15:17:13
2009-05-05 15:17:13

the payment monthly for a pro soccer player is 12,550 monthly (average pay) 4500000000000000000000000000000000000000000000006.76 a day

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