I read with interest this article on the BBC News Website about Middlesbrough’s England Under-21 safeguard Andrew Taylor who has chosen to wander away from the grass and into new media with an imaginative new site which plans to help his kindred experts discover dependable administrations.
There is a running joke that proficient footballers are brainless individuals, paid liberally to kick a ball around, however Taylor has shown he has a business mind and an eye for new media specialties.
The site he has arrangement, out of his own wages – Platinum Players – plans to stop proficient footballers being ripped off each time they choose to sprinkle out on extravagance vehicles, inns and jewelery.
In spite of the fact that there’s very little to see on the site’s landing page, the arrangement is to get his friends to sign in safely to the site and afterward peruse around for administrations.
Taylor will create his money through promotion, and that is the place where he could be in line for a major bonus. Which enormous brand wouldn’t need guide admittance to an expert footballer and his great many pounds in week by week compensation? Taylor could charge a premium generally advantageous and greatest brands who, properly, ought to be falling over themselves to join.
How about we see which footballers Mercedes-Benz or Ferrari could be a focusing on the site:
Robinho, Manchester City, week by week wage assessed at £160,000 each week
Straightforward Lampard, Chelsea, week after week wage assessed at £140,000 each week ข่าวฟุตบอลสากล
Steven Gerrard, Liverpool, week by week wage assessed at £120,000 each week
What’s more, that is only a couple of the huge workers. Indeed, even experts in the lower alliances of English football will be paid around £1,000 each week, so the site is an intriguing idea. It shows that footballers are sharp clients of the web (is there any good reason why they wouldn’t with such a lot of extra time to burn?) and, maybe, we need to give them more credit than simply being drones who kick a ball around a field.