I think times have changed though Cutey with the money they earn now. Its only natural, the more you earn, the more is expected in terms of performance and loyalty. Believe me none of the current generation will be needing to sell off their medals to make a few quid unless they have a serious gambling addiction or some other addiction burning a hole. They're set by 21. The problem with modern players is the they want the money from the clubs and expect their market value, but the contract they sign is not worth the paper its written on. If they want out 6 months later because they can get more money again, they can't see the problem. Its generally accepted now you can't keep an unhappy player. It was better when the clubs and managers had the power and just turned round and said you're not going anywhere. And if they kicked upa fuss, they were told to **** off and train with the kids until they agreed the amanger was right afterall. My question would be what is the club getting for its outlay? A promise to play until a better offer comes along it seems.