Submitted by Sandmano 819d ago | news

Costa Rican clubs trade player for 50 balls

Roger Fallas' contract was close to expiring, so Puma's technical director only demanded training ground equipment for him to join the newly-promoted first division side (Other Leagues)

Sandmano  +   821d ago
Lol I cant help but laugh!
FRAKISTAN  +   819d ago
Beats the money hungry clubs of the world
360ICE  +   819d ago
Yeah, but people who are hungry for balls usually go to San Fra... No, Ice. Don't.
Koyes  +   819d ago
Man City would have paid £13 Million for him
--Onilink--  +   819d ago
lol, im from Costa Rica and yeah... this totally happened. It was a 2nd Division club.

What happens here is that most clubs sign contracts for a year or 2. So they usually just wait until contracts expire and not pay anything.

Its practically unheard of one club paying another one for a player, they usually just do trades
Tzuno  +   819d ago
cell989  +   819d ago
is this slavery?
Grap  +   819d ago
50$ and i would make a team in Costa Rica

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