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Does Independant aleague means more investment like China Korea & Japan

By soccerfoo - 12 Sep 2019 3:43 PM

It would be good if this means the aleague can compete with these Asian countries and use the lifestyle in Australia as an advantage over the others, to tip the scales in our favour more often, for star players in their later years, to opt to come here.
David Vila could not wait to get outta here, after a couple of matches, few years back and left to the USA to start with New York City team. He didn't even play his 10 game quota, but Melbourne City still treated him like a Royal.  Former players like Torres might of finished up here too.
I hear the government take a huge chunk of contract money as tax so this might be too difficult to achieve based on that alone.
Its not enough our income tax is through the roof and many private highways have tolls right through them. Greedy mongrels!

By soccerfoo - 12 Sep 2019 8:10 PM

libel - 12 Sep 2019 6:41 PM
soccerfoo - 12 Sep 2019 6:34 PM

Well, let me know when Neymar is signed.

Neymar as a 32 year old yes, if it all goes well here. He will opt for the real top dollar atm where he is, as he is at his peak ofcourse.