I am Going!
No, not leaving Hubpages. I think I’ll be writing here until Jesus comes back…
It’s October 2010 and this week, I have been fed up of hearing all the news about Wayne Rooney wanting to leave Manchester United, Football Club UK. Infact, I tweeted a comment on Twitter to say, he is a good player but not England’s best player, so Sir Alex Ferguson (The Manager) should let him go. If that offends anyone then forgive me.
Rooney earns approximately £100,000 a week and just turned 25 years old this October 2010. Good on him, great accomplishment but he refused to sign a new contract which was giving us all the impression he was scouting round, looking for better pay.
- Fans were very angry
- There were death threats
- People thought he was being greedy
- and Lady E was far from impressed….
Anyway, Mr Rooney has now done a U-turn and has decided, he wants to stay! Ask me how much his new contract will be...? It’s reported to be about £250,000 aweek, more than double his initial salary. Not bad. Full Details
The “I’m Going” Experiment
So, after calming down, I thought it was actually a great idea. Tell your Manager “I’m Going”. Let there be a fuss and chances are, they will double or increase your pay.
So, my dear Readers, maybe we should all try this experiment. Being the gracious person thay I am, I would prefer you take the experiment first, to see how things work out for you. I will go last. Let me know if you get the Pay Rise.
Who’s willing to give the "I'm Going" experiment a try? ٩(•̮̮̃•̃)۶
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