I can just see Bill on the phone right now to the Pyongyang Supreme Leader Insurance Company making sure his premiums are up to date.
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Shame it's the mail, but that is one hell of a read.MARTIN SAMUEL - CHIEF SPORTS WRITER: Time over again, Cardiff would no doubt have acted differently in their handling of the transfer and affairs of Sala. The fact is, they didn’t.www.dailymail.co.uk
Martin Samuel is one of the best sports journalists around, I couldn't care less who he writes for, it doesn't make his articles any less worth reading.Shame it's the mail, but that is one hell of a read.
I wonder how many other father / son relationships generate an agent / club dynamic that may ( just may) lead to conflicts of interest or down right money syphoning.
Cardiff should act by the law. They have legitimate grievances that need to be tested by the governing bodies, if it's found they shouldn't pay then they definitely should not.They should be forced to pay or handed a transfer ban. The deal was done, the terms need honouring.