Of course we should all welcome articles like this, given our current circumstances, and I'm sure it'll prove true in a lot of cases. But i wonder what Kyle Walker will think in 20 years time. Will he look at his bank balance and possibly trophy cabinet and be happy that he moved or will he regret leaving the unity of the dressing room at WHL for financial gain???
I don't know the answer to that question but i do imagine that if he looked through the list of ex players that he stayed in touch with it will have more THFC players than man city players. And that is just another shame of modern football.
It depends upon how you see 'better things'.
More money? ... Pfft
I chance to become part legend in a legendary team IF we get to the top/win trophies on a regular basis.
I think that joining a big throw your money around team, kind of gets you lost in their player history. Whereas being a key cog in making a team amazing by being the underdog and beating the money clubs, you won't be forgotten.
A bit like LeTissier for Southampton.